University College South Denmark

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University College South Denmark
University College Sydddanmark
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Type university college
Established 2011
Administrative staff
400
Students 7,500
Location Esbjerg, Kolding, Haderslev, Aabenraa and Sønderborg, Denmark Denmark
Campus Kolding
Haderslev
Aabenraa
Sønderborg
Esbjerg
Website ucsyd.dk

University College South Denmark[1] (Danish: University College Syddanmark) is a university college in the southern part of Denmark. It offers bachelor courses in various disciplines and has approximately 5900 students and 700 employees.

History[edit]

University College South Denmark was founded in 2011, when University College South and West Jutland University College were merged. University College South was formed on 1 January 2008, replacing the former CDE Sønderjylland and had offices in Esbjerg, Kolding, Haderslev, Aabenraa and Sønderborg.

Courses[edit]

The following courses can be taken at University College South Denmark:

Knowledge Center[edit]

  • Knowledge of teaching profession
  • Knowledge of learning resources and evaluation
  • Knowledge management, organization and competence
  • Knowledge Center for Health Promotion
  • Knowledge of pedagogy and welfare innovation
  • Knowledge of special social pedagogy and social work
  • Knowledge of sound design and sound marketing

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