About Copenhagen Summer University
Copenhagen Summer University offers courses to managers and professionals from both public and private organisations. Common to all the courses is that they are developed and run by senior professors and researchers from the University of Copenhagen. In order to ensure the high quality, relevance and practical applicability of the courses, experts from the private sector and top international researchers are also invited to take part.
Participants from all over the world
Copenhagen Summer University was founded in 2010 to provide interdisciplinary courses for continuing professional development at the University of Copenhagen. Every year since then, the summer school has run courses for professionals from all over the world. In 2019, for example, there were participants from 28 countries, which contributed to creating a particularly positive and lively atmosphere, where everyone had the opportunity to expand their domestic and international professional networks.
Professional input - modern and beautiful setting
The summer school will be held in weeks 33 and 34 with all courses lasting 3-5 days. In addition to upgrading your professional skills and expanding your network, the courses also include all meals served with delicious, mouth-watering food. You will also be invited to an informal reception where water, wine, fresh fruit and delicate pastries will be served. For the past few years, the courses have been held at the University’s South Campus in Copenhagen. South Campus is a newly-built, modern campus, home to the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Theology and a small section of the Faculty of Science.
We look forward to welcoming you to the summer school in August.