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Uncertainty surrounds the Erasmus programme as stalling Brexit talks continue and many prospective British applicants are increasingly nervous of the outcome. Here, four British students currently studying in Copenhagen share their hopes and fears for the future of Erasmus.
Our musical correspondent had a blast at this year's MiGP music contest.
Lars von Trier feels like he’s ready to give up filmmaking. It’s a feeling he’s never had, but in spite of his anxiety, his bouts of depression and the pain that sometimes comes with just breathing there are still things that make him happy: elegant passages from Tolstoy, a sophisticated way of terrorising people, the corner of a room in Sweden that reminds him of something
With this new set of do-it-yourself biology experiments we have you making your own blue cheese, ripening your green tomatoes, and more
Wild species such as European birds can teach us a lesson that we can apply to food production and medicine. One of them is that any human practice can lead to a biological counter response. Our latest Lab & Library feature is from biologist Peter Søgaard Jørgensen
The University Post asked Danish and international students to give their tips for unforgettable Copenhagen experiences. Check out this bucket list, a long list of their best recommendations