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IT University of Copenhagen

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Overview

The IT University of Copenhagen was established in 1999 as a free faculty at Copenhagen Business School. The free faculty was called IT-højskolen and the main goal was to increase the number of research-based IT study programmes in Denmark.

In connection with the University Act of July 2003 IT-højskolen became an independent university and changed name to the IT University of Copenhagen.

Mission

The mission of the IT University of Copenhagen is to deliver internationally leading teaching and research which enable Denmark to become exceptionally good at creating value with IT. Teaching and research in information technology include all academic activities which involve computers. 

Vision

The IT University of Copenhagen is an outstanding example of how a small university by being innovative and globally interactive can achieve a ranking among the best in the world, both in terms of academic standards and in terms of creation of value.

Values

The IT University has 3 core values that serve as a guideline for the daily work at the university:

Direction-finding

Forthcoming

Accountable

The IT University of Copenhagen was established in 1999 as a free faculty at Copenhagen Business School. The free faculty was called IT-højskolen and the main goal was to increase the number of research-based IT study programmes in Denmark.

In connection with the University Act of July 2003 IT-højskolen became an independent university and changed name to the IT University of Copenhagen.

Mission

The mission of the IT University of Copenhagen is to deliver internationally leading teaching and research which enable Denmark to become exceptionally good at creating value with IT. Teaching and research in information technology include all academic activities which involve computers. 
 

Vision

The IT University of Copenhagen is an outstanding example of how a small university by being innovative and globally interactive can achieve a ranking among the best in the world, both in terms of academic standards and in terms of creation of value.

Values

The IT University has 3 core values that serve as a guideline for the daily work at the university:

Direction-finding

Forthcoming

Accountable


Faculties

BSc Programmes

BSc in Global Business Informatics

BSc in Digital Media and Design

BSc in Software Development

MSc Programmes

MSc in Digital Innovation & Management

MSc in Digital Design and Communication

MSc in Software Development

MSc in Games


English Requirements

Non-native speakers of English must pass the TOEFL with a score of 550 (on a paper-based test) / 213 (computer-based test) / 80 (Internet-based test) or the University of Cambridge IELTS with a score of 6.0, or provide equivalent documentation, or a CAE/CPE score of C. This requirement does not apply to students from the Nordic countries. 


Scholarships


Tution Fee

Annual tuition fees for full-degree students

USD 8,000-21,000 / Euro 6,000-16,000 (DKK 45,000-120,000). 
Note: for exact fees you should contact the institution in question.