Metropolitan University College – Description
Metropolitan University College can be compared to an university of applied sciences with campuses in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and the Greater Copenhagen Area. Metropolitan University College offers Bachelor’s Degree programmes, Academy Profession Degree programmes, postgraduate studies, and conducts applied research and development activities in welfare-sector subjects such as health, rehabilitation, welfare technology, management, education and social work.
Metropolitan University College has two Faculties; the Faculty of Health and Tecnology and the Faculty of Social Science and Pedagogy.
As partner and holder of a ERASMUS University Charter, under the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme, Metropolitan University College is committed to improve access to and transparency of education and training systems in Europe, in particular in promoting coherence between educations and training and by improving flexible learning pathways between the different systems.
Metropolitan University College organizes an extensive number of student, staff and teacher exchanges, both for study periods and work placements; some organised and supported by Lifelong Learning Programme.