The IT University is the youngest university in Denmark established in 1999. Based on its mission of contributing to making Denmark exceptionally good at creating value with IT the IT University strives to deliver internationally recognized and highly relevant research and education.
Approximately 2,600 students are enrolled in the university. Since the establishment students with more than 100 different bachelor degrees have been admitted. The vast majority of the graduates are employed in the private sector.
The IT University has research groups that work with identifying and developing innovative communication, computer games, improving IT-design, IT-technologies, and software development. Much of this research is done in collaborative projects with participants from industry, public sector and leading international researchers.
Come by The Study and Career Guidance if you are experiencing doubt about your choice of study, are considering your future career, wishes to clarify your skills or the like.
We also offer consultation on individual issues, thesis- and project writing, exam problems, group matters and more.
You can contact The Study and Career Guidance if you have questions about which courses to choose or if you are considering applying for exemptions.
The IT University has access to dorm rooms, but they are outsourced and administered away from the university.
The IT University will try to offer accommodation to all inbound exchange students. Further, we may be able to give residence places to some full degree students during their first semester of studies on a 'first come - first served' basis. However, we call your attention that there is no guarantee for places in student residences.
You will automatically receive Danish Health Insurance when you are staying in Denmark for a period longer than three months, via the National Danish Security Number (CPR). This gives you the right to free medical treatment by doctors and in hospitals. Dental treatment and home transportation is not included.
The IT University has a tradition for a study environment where both the academic and social aspect is in focus. As a student at the ITU you will become part of Denmark's youngest university and part of a community of more than 2,000 students, of which 1/3 are women and approximately 15 % are foreign students.
Our university building is one of the most modern and inspiring educational buildings in Denmark and you will gain access to a wide range of facilities and events that will complement your professional life and make your time here unforgettable.
To make the most of the time you spend at ITU, it might be a good idea to take advantage of some of the student-run initiatives. They contribute to the great study environment at the ITU, and below you can get an idea of what they do.
All of the education programmes at ITU are approved by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education in Denmark.
As a tool of quality assurance, the programmes are continuously accredited and re-accredited by the Accreditation Institution in Denmark. This is based on the ESG (European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance) in the European higher education area.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.