Department of Computer Science DIKU > Study Programmes
At DIKU we offer Bachelor and Master's programmes in Computer Science as well as interdisciplinary IT programmes. Furthermore we offer a PhD programme, courses for credit students and guest students, continuing education and summer schools and courses. You can also study Computer Science at DIKU as an exchange student.
All Bachelor's programmes are taught in Danish whereas the Master's and PhD programmes are offered in English.
(All information on the Bachelor's Programmes are provided in Danish)
- Bachelor's programme in Computer Science (Datalogi)
- Bachelor's programme in IT and Health (It og Sundhed)
- Bachelor's programme in Communication and IT (Kommunikation og it)
- Master's programme in Computer Science
- Master's programme in IT and Cognition
- Master's programme in Communication and IT (Kommunikation og it) - only in Danish
DIKU offers a PhD programme in Computer Science.
Become an exchange student at DIKU and experience a way of teaching which challenges students' critical abilities in an informal and international learning environment.
SUMMER SCHOOLS AND COURSES
Each Summer, DIKU organises summer schools in specialised computer science areas for both DIKU students and students from other universities. Previous summer schools has focused on areas such as Online Learning and Advanced Java.
More information on summer schools in 2017 TBA
The Faculty of Science offers a range of summer courses, which students from anywhere in the world can attend.
TAKE COURSES AS CREDIT STUDENT
A credit student is a full degree student or PhD student at one of the other faculties at UCPH or at another Danish education institution. Attending a course as a credit student is free of charge.
You can update or upgrade your qualifications in computer science by taking BSc or MSc courses as single courses.
Furthermore it's possible to take part-time master programmes, PhD courses and short term courses and seminars in various areas at the SCIENCE faculty.
A guest student is a full degree student at a non-partner university abroad or an exchange student at another Danish university. As a guest student, you apply for admission to the Faculty of Science on an individual basis. This means that you do not apply through an exchange agreement or as a full degree seeking MSc student. As a guest student, you normally enroll for one or two semesters.
FOR ENROLLED STUDENTS AT DIKU (KUnet)
Are you currently studying Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen? Find more information on KUnet.