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Home | Training | Denmark | Scandinavian School of Brewing

Scandinavian School of Brewing

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The school is a private and independent institution located in Copenhagen close to the Carlsberg Brewery


SSBGamle Carlsberg Vej 16
1799 Copenhagen V
T: +45 33 272400
F: +45 33 272401

E: ssb@brewingschool.dk
W:
www.brewingschool.dk




Director:
Axel G. Kristiansen
School established: 1925. It is owned by the four Nordic brewers’ associations: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. Some 40 lecturers from research centres, from the brewing industry, Copenhagen University, Microbreweries and consultants.

Programmes offered:

  • Diploma Master Brewer: A post-graduate course starting November 2014 and ending April 2015 jointly offered with Copenhagen University as part of the MSc in Brewing Science & Technology at Copenhagen University
  • A Certified Brewmaster course, modularly built, lasting 10 weeks, for students from industry, not necessarily having an academic background
  • A one-week Brewing Foundation course for commercial and administration managers in the beverage industry
  • A two-week Executive course in Beverage Industry Supply Chains
  • A two-day Pilotbrewing course
  • A one-and-a-half day cider making course for traditional cider
  • Bespoke courses in 30 different subjects, available in Europe, Asia, Africa, etc
  • A craft brewer qualification course lasting 5 + 5 + 2 days. Includes pilot brewing and training at microbreweries.


Registration deadlines:
Visit: www.brewingschool.dk for details
Number of students: Maximum 40 for the Diploma Master Brewer course

Where are the students/participants from: Worldwide
Accommodation: Assistance in finding accommodation is provided
Language of Instruction: English. Courses abroad offered in English with interpreter
Facilities:
The SSB and the University of Copenhagen offer modern and comfortable teaching rooms and syndicate rooms. Teaching is project based with frequent visits to breweries; practical team exercises for course participants

Details updated: 16th July 2014