List of universities and colleges in Denmark
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This is a list of universities, colleges and other institutions of higher education in Denmark, regulated by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and, in the case of some of the higher education institutions within the arts, the Ministry of Culture. It also contains a list of former universities and colleges and a table of international rankings.
The following is a list of universities in Denmark:
- University of Copenhagen, headquartered in Copenhagen, but also has facilities in Frederiksberg, Taastrup, Helsingør, Hørsholm, and Nødebo (1479-)
- Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby (1829-)
- Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg (1917-)
- Aarhus University, headquartered in Aarhus, but also has facilities in Copenhagen and Herning (1928-)
- Roskilde University, Roskilde (1972-)
- Aalborg University, headquartered in Aalborg, but also has facilities in Copenhagen and Esbjerg (1974-)
- University of Southern Denmark, headquartered in Odense, but also has facilities in Kolding, Sønderborg, Esbjerg, Slagelse and Copenhagen (1998-)
- IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen (1999-)
Higher education institutions within the arts
The following is a list of higher education institutions in Denmark teaching arts:
- Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen (1754-)
- Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus (1965-)
- Design School Kolding, Kolding (1967-)
- Royal Danish Academy of Music, Frederiksberg (1825-)
- Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus and Aalborg (1927-)
- Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Copenhagen (1986-)
- Danish National Academy of Music, Odense and Esbjerg (2015-)
- The National Film School of Denmark, Copenhagen (1966-)
- The Danish National School of Performing Arts, Copenhagen (2015-)
- Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus (1971–)
- University College Zealand, Sorø (2007–)
- Metropolitan University College, Copenhagen (2008–)
- University College Capital, Copenhagen (2008–)
- University College Lillebaelt, Vejle (2008–)
- VIA University College, Aarhus (2008–)
- University College of Northern Denmark, Aalborg (2008–)
- University College South Denmark, Esbjerg (2011–)
- International Business Academy, Kolding (1991–)
- Copenhagen Business Academy, Copenhagen (2009–)
- KEA – Copenhagen School of Design and Technology, Copenhagen (2009–)
- Business Academy Aarhus, Aarhus (2009–)
- Dania Academy, University of Applied Sciences (2009-)
- Zealand Institute of Business and Technology (2009-)
- Lillebaelt Academy (2009-)
- Business Academy SouthWest (2009-)
- Business Academy MidWest (2009-)
Maritime educational institutions
The following is a list of maritime educational institutions in Denmark:
- Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management, Copenhagen (1906-)
- Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering, Aarhus
- Fredericia Maskinmesterskole
Former universities and colleges
The following is a list of former universities and colleges in Denmark:
- Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (1856–2007)[note 1]
- Pharmaceutical College, Copenhagen (1892–1942)[note 2]
- Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus (1939–2007)[note 3]
- Danish Pharmaceutical College, Copenhagen (1942–2003)[note 4]
- Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen and Aalborg (1956–2013)[note 5]
- Odense University, Odense (1966–1998)[note 6]
- Danish University of Pharmaceutical Science, Copenhagen (2003–2007)[note 7]
- University College South; it had facilities in Kolding, Haderslev, Aabenraa, and Sønderborg (2008–2011)[note 8]
- West Jutland University College, Esbjerg (2008–2011)[note 9]
- Lists of universities and colleges by country
- Lists of universities and colleges
- List of schools in Denmark
- In 2007, the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University was merged into the University of Copenhagen.
- The Pharmaceutical College was founded in 1892 by the chemist Christian D.A. Hansen. The school was originally located on Stockholmsgade but outgrew its premises in the late 1930s. In 1942, the Pharmaceutical College moved into a new building at University Park and changed its name to the Danish Pharmaceutical College.
- In 2007, Aarhus School of Business was merged into Aarhus University.
- In 2003, the Danish Pharmaceutical College was renamed as the Danish University of Pharmaceutical Science.
- In 2013, the Royal School of Library and Information Science was merged into the University of Copenhagen.
- In 1998, Odense University was merged with the Southern Denmark School of Business and Engineering and the South Jutland University Centre to form the University of Southern Denmark.
- In 2007, the Danish University of Pharmaceutical Science was merged into the University of Copenhagen.
- In 2011, University College South merged with West Jutland University College to form University College South Denmark.
- In 2011, West Jutland University College merged with University College South to form University College South Denmark.
- "Farmaceutuddannelsen – Historisk Udvikling" (in Danish). University of Copenhagen. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- Danish universities listed at the official government site Study in Denmark Comprehensive list of universities and higher education institutions in Denmark