Known officially as the kingdom of Denmark, the country has a population of 5 million. Situated south of Norway and the southwest of Sweden, Denmark is the smallest and southernmost of Nordic countries. It is fascinating that Denmark comprises a Jutland peninsula and archipelago made of 443 named islands. The country also hosts some great features such as the world’s oldest monarchy and some globally highest-ranking universities. Student life in Denmark is relatively easy. For example, if you want to purchase an item, you can use a national Denmark review site such as Danskeanmeldelser. dk to know how reputable a company is. Here you can find a reliable business to shop from, such as banggood.
University of Copenhagen
This is a renowned, reputable research centre, one of Denmark’s top universities and a premier university in Europe owned by the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU). IARU comprises a network of research-intensive institutions made up of the University of Oxford, Yale University, the University of Cambridge and University of California. The University of Copenhagen offers 49 programs from undergraduate, to master and doctorate programs, in a wide variety of areas. A majority of courses are offered in Danish, with a few English courses. The student-faculty ratio is 9%, has a 44% acceptance rate and is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
Aarhus is a city that is situated on the Jutland Peninsula West coast. This university is located in the centre of this city.Aarhus University is popular in the arts and is also a top research institution. It has over 229 courses offered in English, from undergraduate, master, to postgraduate. Annually 33,900 students are enrolled in this university. The Student-faculty ratio is 4%. It is accredited.
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