University of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark
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Overview

The University of Copenhagen (KU) was founded in 1479, which makes it one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe. The university has multiple campuses across Copenhagen and is home to the Botanical Garden, which is one of the oldest and largest in Denmark.

The University of Copenhagen has many notable alumni, including Niels Bohr and his son Aage Bohr, who both won Nobel prizes in Physics. Some other famous alumni include Hans Christian Andersen (writer) and Inge Lehmann (seismologist).

The Department of Computer Science (DIKU) at KU was established in 1970, and in 2021, DIKU celebrated its 50th anniversary as the oldest Computer Science department in Denmark. DIKU offers endless opportunities to the students, including Business Club and Research Collaborations in areas such as artificial intelligence, digitized society and others.

Computer Science
IT and Cognition
Communication and IT
Quantum Information Science
Master degrees
PhD & Doctoral degrees

Quick Facts

#101 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems

#107 QS World University Rankings 2024

#103 THE (Times Higher Education) World University Rankings 2024

Are there any scholarships? Yes
To which regions are scholarships available? International
Full Tuition Fee Scholarship? Yes
Is there any accommodation? Yes
To which regions is accommodation available? All
What type of accommodation is it? Private