University College Copenhagen
University College Copenhagen offers 21 bachelor’s degree programmes, academy profession degree programmes, postgraduate studies and conducts applied research and development activities in welfare-sector subjects such as pedagogy, health, rehabilitation, welfare technology, management, teaching and social work. The University also educates nurses, physiotherapists, psychomotor therapists, sign language interpreters and textile and handicraft designers. University College has approximately 20.000 students and 2000 staff. University College Copenhagen has campuses in Copenhagen, North Zealand, Aarhus and Bornholm. University College Copenhagen organises an extensive number of students, staff and teacher exchange programmes, both for study periods and work placements. International, professional and academic networking is at the heart of their endeavours to enhance the quality of our study programmes, professional development activities and research. Besides student and staff mobility, University College Copenhagen is engaged in research and development with a wide range of partnered international educational institutions.
The department of social education includes the education centres on gender, sexuality and plurality. Furthermore, inclusive education is a large part of the teacher education curriculum, and in that sense, several of the departments at the University College Copenhagen work towards equality among school children and work towards professionalizing teachers and social educators in regard to social, ethnic and gender equality.