University of Copenhagen Exchange- One or Two Semesters
Copenhagen has a rich cultural life. It is home to a wide range of interesting museums and attracts international performers and artists to festivals, concerts and other events throughout the year. Copenhagen's cafés, bars and restaurants, many of them half submerged in cellars or located in picturesque historical buildings, range from traditional to trendy and serve everything from hot Thai curries to traditional Danish frikadeller (meat balls). Founded in 1479, the University of Copenhagen is the oldest university in Denmark. Today, the University has over 37,000 students and offers over 200 programs for study, teaching and research activities in eight faculties: Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Science, Social Sciences and Theology. The University administration, teaching and research facilities are located in four campus areas in Copenhagen. The University of Copenhagen has a long tradition of welcoming international students from all over the world.