University of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen is Denmark's largest university and one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe.
It will take about 40,000 students and 9,000 employees work. There are 6 faculties and 39 departments and an innovation center under the University of Copenhagen.
The six faculties are:
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Law
- Nature and Life Sciences Soluble
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Health Sciences
- theological Faculty
In almost all training associated with the University of Copenhagen, is a Bachelor's degree, a master's degree and a PhD degree. Moreover, one can also choose Master Degree if after a few years of work experience feel the need to get back to school and improve their skills.
No matter what kind of education you seek, then you are almost guaranteed to be found on the University of Copenhagen.
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Since it is such a large university, it is also spread over several locations across most of central Copenhagen.
Both Zoological Museum, Botanical Garden and the library is part of the University of Copenhagen, so you can basically say that the institution has taken his story with them and thus have plenty of soul that makes you feel set back to the old days on the positive manner.
When the Copenhagen university dates from 1479, it has of course also a dungeon, a priest villa and a professor villa.
There are several previous Nobel laureates in both medicine and physics that has been associated with the University of Copenhagen. Including the Niels Bohr.
There are many foreign students as it is a very popular university in Northern Europe.
You may want. admitted to the Quota 2, if not your characters goes to a quota 2 admission.
Frue Plads 4
1168 København K
Tel. 3532 2929
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