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University College Capital

University College Capital
Professionshøjskolen UCC
Established 2008
Type University College, (Danish: professionshøjskoler)
Rector Laust Joen Jakobsen
Location Copenhagen, Bornholm, North Zealand, Denmark
Campus Copenhagen
Bornholm
North Zealand
Website http://www.ucc.dk

University College Capital(Denmark (Danish: professionshøjskoler) offering bachelor courses of all kinds in Copenhagen and North Zealand.

Profession School UCC was formed by the merger of Greater Copenhagen CVU and CVU Copenhagen & North Zealand.

From 1 January 2008, these organizations have joined in a multi-professional education organization whose primary mission is to provide professionsbachelor education and training to public and private sectors. Originally named Profession Copenhagen School - University College Copenhagen.

Professionsbachelor Courses

Profession School UCC offers seven different professions bachelor courses:

Training

Profession School UCC offers courses, diploma courses and completion of further training courses in the educational and health professional field and in the leadership and guidance.

External links

  • Professionshøjskolen UCC's hjemmeside

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