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Metropolitan University College offers a variety of English modules for exchange students and a full degree programme in Global Nutrition and Health.
Many of our programmes have a variety of different electives - monoprofessional as well as a wide range of interprofessional modules. The modules may be mutually combined or combined with an internship in a practice or clinical placement.
Metropolitan University College offers Bachelor’s Degree programmes, Academy Profession Degree programmes, postgraduate studies, and conducts applied research and development activities in welfare-sector subjects such as health, rehabilitation, welfare technology, management, education and social work.
The purpose of the Research and Development work of Metropolitan University College is to improve the knowledge base underpinning the study programmes. The projects run by the R&D units are designed to improve the flow of knowledge between research, education and practice.
Our ambition is to make the knowledge base for our programmes even stronger. Our R&D projects face the challenges confronting society in areas where the professionals that we train play an important role. They are usually joint projects involving practitioners and research institutions.
Specific research projects:
As an international student and resident in Denmark, you will benefit from our free, high quality healthcare system. It is run on principles of equality and universal accessibility.
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Metropolitan University College has agreements with four student residences located in the greater Copenhagen area and a number of private accommodations.
Metropolitan University College is a university of applied sciences with campuses in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and the Greater Copenhagen Area.
Metropolitan University College is located in central Copenhagen - the capital of Denmark. Campus is situated on the central pedestrian street and surrounded by cafes, parks and the buzz of the Copenhagen experience.
A high quality of life is a key issue here and among other things, Copenhagen is the bicycle capital of the world and we aim to become the world's eco-metropolis by 2015. This goal includes that 90% of Copenhageners will be able to walk to a park, a beach, an area of natural beauty or a harbour swimming facility in less than 15 minutes.