About University College Absalon
With thirteen different professional bachelor degree programmes, University College Absalon is the cornerstone for education in our region of Zealand.
We are the first University College in Denmark to achieve an institutional accreditation, a much-coveted distinction and the highest official recognition for quality assurance of higher education institutions in Denmark.
Our programmes work in close collaboration with the professions that our students are training to become part of. This ensures high-quality traineeship opportunities as well as a constant development of our programmes to provide graduates with the skils needed to join and navigate in an ever-changing job market. It is a priority for us to educate students with professional qualifications and social competences that can ensure high standards in the public as well as the private sector.
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The professional bachelor degree programmes consist of theoretical as well as practical education and normally covers 3½ - 4 years (210-240 ECTS).
The practical education takes place as work-experience placements at a workplace and covers app. 3-6 months in total. A professional bachelor degree programme is often associated with certain industries in both the public and private sectors, and work-experience placements are a natural part of these programmes.
Research and Development
University College Absalon graduates are equipped to serve in the public and private sectors and hold jobs of great importance to the individual and to society as a whole.
Research at University College of Absalon must enhance the knowledge and skills of our newly qualified graduates and also develop practice within the professions and occupations we train them for.
Our research and development activities play a key role in realising University College Absalon’s strategy to contribute to welfare and growth in Region Zealand through strong and professional collaboration between educational programmes and researchers that puts students and users in the centre.