Frederiksberg Science City is one of four cities of knowledge in Greater Copenhagen, which has a heavy concentration of research and educational institutions that play a significant role in the Øresund Region’s growth and development strengths.
Greater Copenhagen is a joint policy partnership between local authorities and regions in Eastern Denmark and Southern Sweden for promoting growth in the area.
Copenhagen Science City is a partnership designed to exploit Copenhagen’s unique resources within medicine, health and the natural sciences to create a strong knowledge and innovation society.
Lyngby-Taarbæk City of Knowledge is a private membership association comprising more than 70 private businesses, research and educational institutions, local authorities and housing organisations. Its vision is to turn Lyngby-Taarbæk into one of Europe’s leading knowledge and university cities with the best conditions for education, research, business and entrepreneurship.
Ørestad Innovation City Copenhagen (ØICC) is a private membership organisation that wishes to attract and stimulate the development of business and knowledge in Ørestad. Its vision is for Ørestad to be the pinnacle of innovation, knowledge and creativity in Greater Copenhagen.
Frederiksberg Science City is a partnership established by the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), the Royal Danish Academy of Music and Frederiksberg Municipality. Frederiksberg Science City’s focal points are the large University of Copenhagen and CBS campuses in Frederiksberg and the area surrounding the Royal Danish Academy of Music.