Our bachelor degree programs cover:
Research at University College Absalon addresses the challenges and opportunities that are shaping the future of our professions and their professional work. We work with applied science enabling strong connections between research, development and innovation. Our research is carried out in co-production with the public and private sectors at a regional, national and international level.
Before arriving in Denmark, you should arrange accommodation. Be aware that renting a room in any of our campus cities will often cost between 3000 - 4500 DKK per month. Find your campus to know what types of accommodation are available to you.
Please note that University College Absalon cannot guarantee accommodation - in the cities where we do offer housing, the rooms are available on a first-come first-serve basis and might have a waiting list.
There are libraries at all University College Absalon campuses. Our libraries contain specialist literature on subjects such as social science, health and nutrition, gastronomy, ergonomics, nursing, sciences, medicine and education.
The University College Absalon IT department is based in Sorø, but IT staff is present at all campuses every week. The IT department is responsible for University College Absalon’s digital infrastructure and is involved in the technological development of University College Absalon in terms of both administration and teaching.
Roskilde is one of the oldest cities in Denmark.
More than 1000 years ago the Vikings established a trading post that developed into a major town. In the medieval period, Roskilde was one of the most important cities of northern Europe, the seat of the Danish crown and an episcopal residence.
Nykøbing Falster is the largest city on the islands of Lolland and Falster, and is often called "Nykøbing F." to distinguish it from at least two other cities in Denmark with the name of Nykøbing.
Næstved is one of the oldest towns of the country and was once one of the largest Danish towns in the Middle Ages. Today the city of Næstved has approximately 42,000 inhabitants making it one of the larger Danish provincial towns.
We are the first University College in Denmark to achieve an institutional accreditation, a much-coveted istinction and the highest official recognition for quality assurance of higher education institutions in Denmark.