Universities In Denmark This year, The University of Copenhagen remains as Denmark’s top college.
Below we have listed the five best colleges in Denmark as per the QS World University Rankings 2021 to assist with selecting where you should study in Denmark.
The QS World University Rankings consider six criteria when ranking universities: academic standing, employer standing, faculty-student ratios, citations per faculty member, international faculty-student ratio and international student-faculty ratio.
|Danish Ranking||World Ranking||Institution||Location|
|1||76||University of Copenhagen||Copenhagen|
|2||103||Technical University of Denmark||Lyngby|
|5||353||University of Southern Denmark||Odense|
1. University Of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen Rising once more to 76th position and emerging victorious in Denmark is the University of Copenhagen. Boasting an ideal faculty-student ratio pointer score and nine Nobel Prize-winning analysts on campus, Copenhagen earned this spot on our ranking this year.
Established by King Christian I in 1479, the University of Copenhagen utilizes research-based teaching to prepare its 39,000 students for life after university. Boasting one of the world’s greenest campuses and an aim of leaving as little impactful environmental footprint possible on its environment and natural surroundings.
2. Technical University Of Denmark
At number two is Denmark’s Technical University of Denmark, rising nine positions to take 103rd in this year’s reality ranking. This college excels in most categories including student-faculty ratio (25th globally) and international faculty membership (62nd) – reflecting their ability to attract and retain top faculty.
The Technical University of Denmark strives to develop and advance inherent and applied sciences, earning its Environmental Science course the number 45 ranking globally in 2020.
3. Aarhus University
Although Aarhus University may have fallen two places this year in terms of global university rankings, they still managed to secure an impressive positioning of 147th globally. Their international faculty pointer score also saw them achieve high marks; approximately 12 of their 40,000 student body hail from over 120 nationalities worldwide!
Aarhus University prides itself on research-based learning, with an international reputation for research output. Aarhus’ school excels across multiple subjects within QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 – particularly Archeology which placed 27th globally.
4. Aalborg University
Aalborg University occupies fourth spot, having seen significant improvement this year to move up 19 spots from last year and come joint 305th on the global college rankings. Of note among Aalborg’s achievements is their outstanding international staff mark of 15 percent of global students attending.
Though its main campus is in Aalborg, Aalborg University also boasts facilities across various Danish urban communities – Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen are just three examples. Aalborg University provides its students with an authentic learning experience supported by rigorous examination.
5. College Of Southern Denmark
Denmark ranks fifth for University of Southern Denmark. Rising four spots this year to joint 353rd on the global rankings, its highest scoring category was students from outside Denmark; one out of every five of their students are considered foreign nationals.
The University of Southern Denmark encourages its students to think analytically while developing transferrable skills that can be utilized across industries. With campuses located across Denmark in Odense, Slagelse, Kolding Esbjerg Sonderborg and Copenhagen.