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Universities

UHOH airial photo Skogshuset, Umeå
UCPH, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark UHOH, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany SLU, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden BOKU, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

The University of Copen-hagen founded in 1479 is the oldest and largest university and research institution in Denmark. Six faculties located in the middle of biking capital Copenhagen offer over 200 study programmes

Although founded in 1818, this university combines natural, agricultural and economic sciences into a range of modern combination subjects at its unique campus area around the historic Hohenheim Palace and Gardens south of Stuttgart

Established in 1977 with a clearly defined societal responsibility for interdisciplinary research in biological resources and production, the faculties of this university is spread throughout the Swedish landscape from the birch-forests at Umeå to downtown Uppsala

Combining research on natural resources and life sciences with focus on renewable resources, this university was originally founded in 1872, although its primary campus area Türkenschanzpark wasn't established before 1896 in the 18th district of Vienna

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Water resources Water resources
Environmental impacts Environmental impacts
Soil resources and land use Soil resources and land use Soil resources and land use Soil resources and land use

Ecosystems and Biodiversity

Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Ecosystems and biodiversity
Environmental management Environmental management Environmental management
Climate change Climate change (ASP-2 only) Climate change


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