Hvert år offentliggøres internationale undersøgelser af universiteter verden over med det formål at vurdere universiteterne i forhold til hinanden
The University of Copenhagen is one of Europe's most renowned research institutions. The vision of UCPH is “to be among the world's best universities measured by the quality of research and education and to be recognised for excellence and intellectual creativity.”
The University of Copenhagen often ranks first among the Scandinavian universities in the international rankings, and the university's researchers attract large, prestigious grants. Nine of the university's researchers have received the Nobel Prize.
A wide-ranging evaluation conducted from 2016 to 2018 by international panels concluded that research at the university is at a very high to excellent level.
Nobel laureatesA number of researchers associated with the University have been awarded the Nobel Prize.
Elite Research PrizesElite Research Prizes are awarded to outstanding young researchers of an international league.
ERC grantsThe European Research Council (ERC) awards grants to European researchers of the highest quality at different stages of their career.
Centers of ExcellenceCentres of Excellence are funded by Danish National Research Foundation and conduct research at a high international level.
Honorary doctoratesEach year the University of Copenhagen confers a number of honorary doctorates - often on non-Danish researchers have played a significant role at the university.
Research evaluationThe University of Copenhagen's research environments are subject to ongoing evaluation. Read a summary here.