Networks and partners
Global Development Network engages in a number of networks and works with partners external as well as internal to the University of Copenhagen.
Asian Dynamics Initiative (ADI) is a cross-faculty Asia focus at the University of Copenhagen. ADI aims at coordinating existing research and teaching on Asia as well as creating a common platform for new, interdisciplinary Asian studies and research.
School of Global Health defines Global Health as the research area which deals with all major health problems affecting low- and middle-income societies, including the health concerns that transcend national boundaries and are influenced by circumstances in other countries, such as trade policies, copyright laws, and global migration.
The centre brings together the strong disciplinary traditions of several faculties in order to address the key problems of sustainable development and globalisation in a highly integrative manner.
ThinkChina is a Danish think tank on China that coordinates and facilitates the latest research on China from University of Copenhagen to help raise the knowledge level of China in Denmark.
International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU)
International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) is an alliance of 11 of the world’s leading research universities. The main objective of IARU is to give researchers and students at the involved universities the opportunity to engage in international research and research-based teaching.
Together with the University of Copenhagen these universities are members of IARU:
- Australian National University
- ETH Zürich
- National University of Singapore
- Peking University
- The University of Tokyo
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of Cambridge
- University of Cape Town
- University of Oxford
- Yale University
For specific questions regarding the IARU courses at UCPH please contact email@example.com.
League of European Research Universities (LERU)
The League of European Research Universities (LERU) is an alliance of 23 research-intensive universities with common viewpoints on higher education and research policy. It acts as a powerful advocate for Europe's research-intensive universities, speaking up on many issues related to research, innovation and education policies such as ERA, Horizon 2020, Open Science, Erasmus+, etc.