Student and Staff Exchange
University College South Denmark values a close and fruitful collaboration with its partners from Europe and overseas. Foreign teachers are always very welcome as guest teachers and for study visits.
University College South Denmark is involved in many international projects within the fields of Educational Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Communication and Management. We are always interested in new collaborations in order to continuously develop new knowledge to the benefit for our students, teachers and local partners.
Our aim is to establish an international learning environment. Erasmus bilateral agreements have been signed with more than 150 foreign universities and other institutions. Students and teachers are exchanged for longer or shorter periods.
University College South Denmark are involved in many international projects (Comenius, Erasmus+, Nordplus, Interreg, etc.) and also offers a number of courses in English.
You can read our Erasmus + Policy Statement here.
As a well-established international university college with a strong international profile, we provide our international students with extensive opportunities to explore their interests and challenge and develop their professional knowledge and skills, thereby helping them to achieve their goals.
All of our programmes have been developed in close cooperation with relevant interested parties. As a result, our graduates enjoy unique career opportunities.
We welcome requests for partnership or collaborative opportunities. Please feel free to contact us. We also encourage you to visit us and learn more.
Birthe Friis Mortensen
Vice Chancellor, UC SYD, University College South Denmark
Double degree programmes
University College South Denmark is very interested in working together with partnering institutions around double degree programmes.
The Department of One Foreign Language and IT Based Marketing Communication has recently signed an agreement with Kiel University of Applied Sciences for the development of a BA double degree. It is the first in the history of University College South Denmark.
University College South Denmark and Kiel University of Applied Sciences have for several years collaborated on exchanging students in the field of Teaching and Social Education. This collaboration has now been further enhanced through an agreement on a double degree.
The new collaboration is part of the talent development strategy of the department, where up to five talented students per academic year can be admitted and exchanged with a matching German programme in a 12-month course.
UC SYD is the largest knowledge institute in the region. We conduct research within the welfare sector in order to develop qualified solutions to current challenges that can be used in practice. We use this research-based knowledge to qualify our professional programmes.
Practical research makes professio-nals more adept at completing their tasks, and allows UC SYD to educate students to make them more capable.
UC SYD is involved in consultancy assignments for Danish and foreign education institutes, municipalities, and private companies to name just a few. We work on assignments in the fields of social education, health, and social affairs, in such areas as communication and management.
UC SYD’s further education pro-grammes are for those who want to take their career to the next level. Based on your needs, we tailor our further education programmes to make your dream career a reality.
We give you the opportunity to progress in your working life and to evolve, develop, and grow both as an individual and as a colleague.
Our further education programmes offer diplomas, academic qualifica-tions, and courses in close collabora-tion with companies and organisa-tions. Their needs, both current and future, are our starting point.
UC SYD is a leader in research and development. This means that you’ll get the latest knowledge as part of our further education programmes.