Our programmes of study

Our programmes of study

Copenhagen Science City is home to a wide range of educational programmes in the fields of medicine, health and all natural sciences. The programmes are provided by our academic partner institutions University of Copenhagen, university hospital Rigshospitalet and University College Copenhagen-KP.

Faculty of Science

The University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science, offers programmes from Bachelor to PhD-level in all the natural sciences. The 12 institutes at SCIENCE have a total of about 9,500 full-time bachelor and graduate students and 4,500 employees.

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Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

The University of Copenhagen Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (SUND) programmes from Bachelor to PhD-level in the fields of cure and care. The 13 institutes at SUND have a total of about 8,500 students, 5,000 employees and 1,600 doctoral students.

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University College Copenhagen

University College Copenhagen offers programmes in health, science, technology and disaster management for its approximately 20,000 full- and part-time students. You can study for occupations such as midwife, physiotherapist, laboratory technician, radiographer and disaster & risk manager.

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Rigshospitalet (University Hospital of Copenhagen) participates in the training of health professionals for the health service, including medical students, nursing students, medical laboratory technicians, midwives, occupational therapists and physiotherapists.

Find out more at Rigshospitalet

Study in Denmark

If you do not live in Denmark, but are considering studies in Copenhagen Science City, visit the official Danish homepage for foreign students. 

Find out more at Study in Denmark