The collaborating universities and university colleges in the Øresund Region have some 165,000 students, 10,000 researchers, and 6,000 PhD-students, making the Øresund Region a stronghold for research and education. Each institution has a different background and history, and they vary in size, the number of students, and areas of specialisation - some specialise in one or two areas of study, while others are multi-faculty institutions and offer study programmes in a range of subjects.
You can get a quick area overview by consulting the table below or find out more about each institution by following the links below or in the menus.
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|Medicine and Health Care||X||X||X||X|
|Natural Resources and Environmental Management||X||X||X||X||X||X|
The figure shows the areas of study within which the universities offer specialised study programmes and courses. Please note that the universities do not offer study programmes and courses in English within all subject areas, and that in some cases the choice of courses offered in English may vary from semester to semester. It is therefore important that you go to each university's homepage to see which study programmes and courses are offered by the institution which interests you: