Top Universities in Denmark | Denmark University Ranking 2018
Ranking of the Universities in Denmark 2018
Denmark is a Scandinavian country and Copenhagen, its capital. Higher education in Denmark is offered by a range of universities, university colleges, business academies and specialised institutions. The national higher education system is in accordance with the Bologna process, with bachelor’s degrees (first cycle, three years), master’s degrees (second cycle, two years) and doctoral degrees (third cycle, three years).
There are no tuition fees for attending public higher education in Denmark, as all costs are covered by the Danish state. Citizens of EU and EEA countries have equal rights and do not pay tuition fee to study at public institutions of higher education in Denmark.
There are eight universities in Denmark awarding bachelor degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees:
Following are the Top Universities in Denmark
- University of Copenhagen
- Aarhus University
- Technical University of Denmark
- Aalborg University
- University of Southern Denmark
- Copenhagen Business School
- Roskilde University
- IT University of Copenhagen