About the universities
There are eight universities in Denmark:
- University of Copenhagen
- Aarhus University
- University of Southern Denmark
- Roskilde University
- Aalborg University
- Technical University of Denmark
- Copenhagen Business School
- IT University of Copenhagen
Universities are state-funded, autonomous institutions governed by boards with external majority.
Read more about degree programmes at universities.
The universities offer research-based, higher education, which is to say undergraduate, graduate and doctorate programmes.
Universities are responsible for the majority of all public research. As key institutions in society, universities must also participate actively in the exchange of knowledge and skills with the wider community.