- Language, Communication & Media Studies
- International Cultural Studies
- International and Intercultural Communication
- Psychology Studies
- International Management
- Product, Process & Production Development
- Danish Welfare State in a Comparative Perspective
In addition, all international students are offered free basic Danish language courses and an introduction to Scandinavia course-available to those interested in learning more about Denmark in the context of Scandinavian history, culture and politics.
To learn more about Aalborg University, and the community, check out their website at: www.aau.dk/english
Why Study in Denmark?
Excellence and creativity: Danish higher education has a long academic tradition that combines excellence with a dynamic and innovative culture in research as well as in teaching methods and learning environments. High academic standards, active study environments, interdisciplinary studies and project-based activities are some of the characteristics of studying in Denmark.
A safe and modern society: Denmark is the oldest monarchy in the world, yet it is today a modern welfare society and has virtually abolished social classes and the differences between rich and poor are small. The principle behind the Danish welfare society, known as "the Scandinavian welfare model," is that all citizens have access to social benefits.
Finally, as most Danes speak English, you will find it easy to live in Denmark even though you do not speak any Danish. Approximately 80% of the population speaks English and many speak French, German or Spanish.
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