Copenhagen Business School (CBS) has approximately 15,000 students and hosts approximately 1,000 exchange students annually. With the student body, approximately 400 full-time researchers and around 500 administrative employees, CBS is the third-largest business school in Northern Europe.
Royal School of Library and Information Science
Denmark’s School of Library Sciences has campuses in Copenhagen and Aalborg and is a comprehensive organisation with three institutes: the Institute for Information Studies, the Institute for Library Development and the Institute for Culture and Media. The school has approximately 1,000 students, of which 200 study in Aalborg and 800 in Copenhagen.
Denmark’s School of Library Sciences has no entrepreneurship activities or offers.
Technical University of Denmark
DTU is an independent university that covers most professional engineering disciplines and educates engineers at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. levels.The university has approximately 900 researchers, 6,000 students, 700 Ph.D. students, and hosts 400 foreign students a year in English language lines of study. In addition, there is an extensive further education programme.
The University College of Kristianstad is eastern Skane’s knowledge centre with 11,000 students enrolled. University studies are a time honoured tradition in the area. The university college has a wide selection of programmes, independent courses and assigned courses.
IT University of Copenhagen
With the Danish Parliament’s approval of the new University Law, the IT Institute in Copenhagen (founded in 1999) changed its name and status on 1 July 2003 and officially became the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU).
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts also includes the Academy Council, The Art Academy’s School of Visual Arts, the School of Curator Studies, the Library and the School of Architecture. The Academy of Art was founded in 1754 and recently celebrated its 250th anniversary.
University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen has been the university in Denmark for 450 years. Others have been established over the years, but the University of Copenhagen has maintained its position as the country’s largest research and learning institution with a wide array of degree programmes – Denmark’s national and international university all in one.
The University of Copenhagen offers several courses, degrees and advising in entrepreneurship; among them is the Tech Trans Unit.
Lund University naturally has its position among Europe’s leading seats of learning. As Scandinavia’s largest institution for higher education and research, the university today operates within a broad spectrum of subjects. About 5,500 people work at Lund University – teachers, researchers, administrative and technical staff – and there are about 40,600 students.
Lund University has many good enterprise initiatives such as Venture Lab, Ideon Science Park and The Institute for Innovation and Enterprise.
Malmö University started in 1998 and is Sweden’s eighth biggest university college to date. Today, over 20,000 students study one of our six domains of education – some on longer programmes, others on shorter courses. Malmö University aims to be an open university college – open to a constantly shifting labour market, new pedagogical forms and interdisciplinary subject competencies. Malmö University College also stands for critical thinking and the formulation of alternative and long-ranged solutions to the problems of today.
The university college is focused more on enterprise and its aim is for every student to be able to teach within the working categories of their subjects.
Roskilde University (RUC) was founded in 1972 with the objective of implementing the highest levels of research and instruction.
These activities are organised throughout six institutions that offer numerous degree programmes at Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. levels. 9,186 students (as of autumn semester 2005) are enrolled at the university.
RUC is strong in the field of innovation and offers many courses and lines of study in entrepreneurship.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp
SLU in Alnarp has a unique work and study enviornment. The Alnarp park with its verdant woods, together with the university’s beautiful buildings with their architecture so full of character, offers a glorious environment for both students, researchers, employees and visitors. The University is offering a course on enterprise in its 2007 programme.