The degree programme in midwifery covers subjects of midwifery skills, foetal development, obstetrics aid and newborn babies

Please note: We accept exchange students for clinical placement in English. The full degree programme is taught in Danish

We introduce students to the concept of family formation, both in theory and clinical practice, and students end out demonstrating an independent overview and writing of a bachelor project.

The degree programme is rooted in evidence-based knowledge. The theoretical part of the education introduces the following subjects: midwifery proficiency, obstetrics, pedagogic including communication, psychology, social and health legislation, interdisciplinary collaboration, pharmacology, microbiology, neonatology, sexology, gynaecology, health anthropology, sociology, theory of science and research methodology, embryology, ethics, etc.

Half of the programme is clinical meaning that it takes place in practice in so-called midwifery centres, maternity wards, antenatal wards and postnatal wards either in Northern or Central Jutland.

UCN campus location
Aalborg: Selma Lagerløfs Vej 2


Karin Lindholm
Student Advisor
+45 72 69 09 89

For information about the full degree programme

Helle Tvorup Andersen
International Coordinator
+45 72 69 09 79

For information about mobility possibilities under the Erasmus+ and Nordplus programmes

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

International office

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