Campus Kujalleq is the centre for upper secondary and higher education in Southern Greenland. Based in Qaqortoq, Campus Kujalleq caters for the educational needs of more than 400 students.
75 staff members, mostly teachers, strive to achieve the highest level of pedagogical excellence.
Campus Kujalleq offers the following curriculums:
General education qualifying for access to higher education (3-year ‘GUX’-programme) with two options:
The aim of providing a qualification for academic studies is realised within the areas of business economics and socio-economics combined with foreign languages and other general subjects. The education programme is to develop the students’ capacity for in-depth studies and their understanding of theoretical knowledge as tools for analysing realistic issues.
Vocational or technical education qualifying primarily for access to the labour market (4-year ‘TNI’-programme). This curriculum combines practical training with a subject-relevant school-based part. Campus Kujalleq offers two specialisations:
Higher education, accessible after graduation from upper secondary education(‘KVU’-programme):
Professional training courses designed to meet the needs of the local labour market:
For more information please contact:
Henrik Ebbe Nielsen
Headmaster Campus Kujalleq