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Editorial: University Post in your inbox

Newsletters from the University Post, and the Danish-language site Uniavisen, will now automatically be sent to all students and staff

Why is a PhD student starving himself every second day? Are YOU eligible for a student grant? How is the bad economy affecting students? What is going on at the University of Copenhagen?

Once a week, you will now find the answers to these and other questions in your e-mail inbox. Rector Ralf Hemmingsen of the University of Copenhagen has decided that our newsletters can be sent directly to all students and staff.

While the English-language is of interest to both Danish and international readers, the Danish-language will focus on topics of interest to Danish readers.

You always have the option of unsubscribing, if our service is not of interest to you.

Inform, entertain, involve

The ambition of the University Post is to foster a common community of readers, Danish and international, and a common University of Copenhagen identity to all our students, scientists and staff. It is part of our mission to build a bridge between our Danish and non-Danish University of Copenhagen citizens.

For many of you, it will be the first time you receive a newsletter from the University Post.

We hope that you, Danish and international students, scientists, staff, will be satisfied with our service. We will strive to inform you, to entertain you, and hopefully even involve you in our project.

Happy reading!

Mike Young
Editor, University Post

Richard Bisgaard
Chief Editor, Universitetsavisen

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