Online Certificates and Other Degree Programs in Denmark

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The focus of the Bacterial Biofilms and Their Role in Chronic Diseases online course at the University of Copenhagen is to provide the participants with a basic understanding of bacterial biofilms and of the health care problems related to infections involving bacterial biofilms. The participants will learn to describe and explain the basis for biofilms in chronic infections and to recognize relevant biofilm model system and interpret results thereof.
The focus of the Bacterial Biofilms and Their Role in Chronic Diseases online course at the University of Copenhagen is to provide the participants with a basic understanding of bacterial biofilms and of the health care problems related to infections involving bacterial biofilms. The participants will learn to describe and explain the basis for biofilms in chronic infections and to recognize relevant biofilm model system and interpret results thereof.
Environmental Management in Europe is an interdisciplinary 15 ECTS online MSc course offered by the University of Copenhagen, with contributions from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, the University of Hohenheim and the European Environment Agency.
The Copenhagen School of Global Health offers this two-week, full-time summer school in Global Health Challenges, taught in English. The course is an introduction to the greatest global health challenges of our time, and is open to all students or professionals with a relevant academic background and an interest in global health.
This Global Transactions and Intercultural Competence course from Aarhus University will introduce you to a variety of factors contributing to the increase in intercultural exchanges. The course will particularly focus on how global companies face different intercultural challenges. Representatives from global companies will be invited to present their intercultural challenges and discuss solutions with you.
This Global Transactions and Intercultural Competence course from Aarhus University will introduce you to a variety of factors contributing to the increase in intercultural exchanges. The course will particularly focus on how global companies face different intercultural challenges. Representatives from global companies will be invited to present their intercultural challenges and discuss solutions with you.
The humanitarian landscape is changing, challenging past decades of humanitarian action. Closing the gap between population needs and humanitarian response requires new approaches, new paradigms. This Humanitarian Action in the 21st Century course is offered by University of Copenhagen.
The course is part of the University of Copenhagen (UCPH)/Technical University of Denmark (DTU) strategic collaboration ”Food Science Copenhagen” (FoSCo), which promotes cross- disciplinary scientific excellence in the fields of health, food- and veterinary science, and associated technical and life sciences.
The number and complexity of disasters is growing significantly. Governments and international organizations, therefore, make great effort to increase their technical, financial and organizational preparedness for addressing disasters in a predictable, timely and efficiently manner. Reducing risk and vulnerabilities as well as adapting to climate change is part of these efforts. The Shelter and Settlements in Disasters is offered at the University of Copenhagen.
The Text, Memory, Monument course at Aarhus University has been developed together with the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies and is organised as a collaboration between the four Nordic institutes and the American University in Rome, and Aarhus University. The teachers are internationally established specialists in their fields. The course is open to qualified students from all countries.
The Text, Memory, Monument course at Aarhus University has been developed together with the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies and is organised as a collaboration between the four Nordic institutes and the American University in Rome, and Aarhus University. The teachers are internationally established specialists in their fields. The course is open to qualified students from all countries.