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About University College South Denmark

A modern higher education institution.  
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Who are we?

Geographically, UC SYD, University College South Denmark covers Southern Jutland and has more than 6,500 students and 700 members of staff.

Campus cities

UC SYD, University College South Denmark offers a wide range of higher education study programmes and courses at all levels, with an emphasis on first-cycle bachelor degrees in the field of Educational Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences and Communication Sciences. We have more than 6.000 students, including many international students.

Being a university college means that we aim to provide students with an education that mixes theory with the practical application of what is being taught. Students studying full degrees will often have periods of internships as part of their education, where they are tutored and get first hand experience with applying what they learned in class.

UC SYD also produces research on a wide range of topics, and participate in several national and international projects. Apart from doing "traditional" research, our staff also provide services in the form of consultancy within their fields.

To learn more about what it is like to study at UC SYD in Denmark, follow the link, to our page for Incoming students.

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Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct summaries ethical guidelines about recruitment, admission and education at University College South Denmark and is an ethical and legal binding document for the Danish Universities of Applied Sciences. Furthermore the Code of Conduct contains information about the Danish Universities of Applied Science’s joint approach to agents and international partners. 

This Code of Conduct is aimed at international students who are considering studying in Denmark, at agents employed by Danish educational institutions, at potential partner institutions and at other interested parties.

Danish public higher education institutions strive to ensure that talented and professionally competent international students choose to study in Denmark on the basis of the high academic quality and the international reputation of Danish higher education programmes.

Danish higher education institutions wish to improve and strengthen international cooperation and promote Denmark as an attractive high-quality place of education for international students.

Danish higher education institutions are obligated to ensure that national and international students are treated similarly and in accordance with relevant and existing legislation. However, in a number of areas international students may need particularly targeted information and special precautions and guidelines.

You can read the Code of Conduct as a whole here.

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Our programmes in Danish

At University College South Denmark we offer the following professional bachelor's degree programmes in Danish:

  • Biomedical Laboratory Science
  • Business Language and IT-based Marketing Communication (International class)
  • Chemical and Biotechnical Science
  • Graphic Communication
  • Media Sonic Communication
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Public Administration
  • Social Education
  • Social Work
  • Teacher Education (International class)

You can find descriptions of each study programme here.

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Facts and documents

Are you looking for facts and documents? Find all you need here.

Facts

Erasmus Charter Number: 260377-LA-1-2014-1-DK-E4AKA1-ECHE
Erasmus ID code: DK ESBJERG19
PIC: 994181810
EAN-number: 5798000554634
CVR-number: 30840402

Documents

Accreditation

Erasmus Charter

Acknowledgement by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Agreement for agents in Hungary and Romania

Partner Information Fact Sheet

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International Affairs

The International Office at University College South Denmark is situated at Campus Esbjerg and has satellite offices at Campus Haderslev and Campus Aabenraa. The International Office can help with al aspect within the field of international mobility – outgoing as well as incoming.

International office

Head of Internationalisation

Mette Ernlund
+45 7266 2042
meer@ucsyd.dk

Erasmus Coordinator

Kirstine Då
+45 7266 3035
kida@ucsyd.dk

International Mobility Officer

Jane K. Lyck
Campus Esbjerg, Kolding, Aabenraa
+45 7266 3022
jkly@ucsyd.dk
international@ucsyd.dk

International Mobility Officer

Anne Jeppesen
Campus Haderslev
+45 7266 5011
acje@ucsyd.dk

International Coordinators

Each study programme is represented in the International Group at University College South Denmark by 12 International Coordinators.

Institute for Health Sciences

Biomedical Laboratory Science and Chemical and Biotechnical Science 
Francisco Mansilla Castaño
+45 7266 2733
fmca@ucsyd.dk

Midwifery
Lisbeth Weller Laursen
 +45 72662822
lwla@ucsyd.dk

Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Nutrition & Health
Helene Maria Fuglsang Damgaard
+45 7266 2765
hmfd@ucsyd.dk

Nursing
Birthe Thorø
+45 7266 2854
birt@ucsyd.dk

Institute for Social Education / Pre-school education

Lisbeth Nørregaard Hansen
+45 7266 5446
lnha@ucsyd.dk

Simon Bødker Andersen
+45 7266 5667
siba@ucsyd.dk

Annette Mortensen
+45 7266 3114
amor@ucsyd.dk

Institute for Social Sciences and Communication

Graphic Design, IT based Marketing Communication, Media Sonic Communication
Tina Have Lauesen-Day
+45 7266 5100
thld@ucsyd.dk

Public Administration and Taxation
Jan Timmermann Pedersen
+45 7266 2960
jtpe@ucsyd.dk

Social Work
Carsten Timmerby
+45 7266 2965
cmti@ucsyd.dk

Institute for Teacher Education

Campus Esbjerg
Birgitte Lund
+45 7266 3100
blun@ucsyd.dk 

Campus Haderslev
Jette Laursen
+45 7266 5021
jlau@ucsyd.dk