|Location: Copenhagen, Denmark|
The academic programs offered at the Copenhagen University College of Engineering are designed specifically for international students studying at Copenhagen for a semester or summer. All classes are also taught in English.
Copenhagen has a classic European feel with a very cosmopolitan personality. The city offers various events, special exhibits, and concerts. There is great architecture all around the city; the classic mingles with modern design everywhere you look.
There are two relevant program options for exchange students at the Copenhagen University College of Engineering: International Business Semester and International Summer School. Each program is taught in English and requires at least 2 years of college-level coursework.
For detailed information on each academic program, please click on one of the following links:
The Engineering College of Copenhagen believes that students should study hard but also have time to have fun. The College arranges numerous social activities for its international students. In addition, you will have the opportunity to join clubs on campus such as the Cultural Forum or Drama Society, among others. Many students head over to Verners Baggård (a club near campus) to play darts, pool, take salsa lessons, or just hang out after classes. There is also a fitness center on campus and space available for band or music practice (with all necessary tech equipment, except the instrument).
Copenhagen, the capitol of Denmark, is a city of 1.7 million people with no shortage of things to see and do. From the Tivoli Gardens (pictured to the right) to the Amalienborg Palace to the National Gallery to a picturesque canal ride, Copenhagen is a beautiful and interesting city. It is also the home of "The Little Mermaid", the story by Hans Christian Anderson and made famous by Disney. You can see "The Little Mermaid" bronze statue which was presented to the city in 1913 by artist Carl Jacobsen.
Biking is the primary mode of transportation in Copenhagen, and you can rent bikes for free in the city center. Traveling from Copenhagen to other areas of the country or Europe is also quite easy as public transportation is plentiful. Flights and train rides are reasonably priced and get you from place to place quickly.
When studying on exchange at the Copenhagen University College of Engineering, students have two options for housing through the College. You may choose to live in a student residence hall or with a Danish family. Your application includes a request for accommodation.
If you would prefer to live off-campus in an apartment, you can do so. The College will not make the arrangements for you but can help provide you with some information about finding an apartment in Copenhagen.
**You are responsible for making all housing arrangements and payments directly to Copenhagen University College of Engineering.**
Travel Document Systems (TDS) can also provide you with helpful information on every country, including entry requirements, cultural information, travel conditions, economy, and more.
You are strongly encouraged to read the U.S. State Department's Consular Information Sheet. It will provide you with a great deal of information to help you prepare for your trip.
**Please be aware that you are responsible for obtaining the most up-to-date information on entry requirements. The Office of Study Abroad only provides general information, as visa regulations and procedures are constantly changing. Please consult the Consulate for more information. **