At University of Copenhagen more than a third of all researchers and faculty members come from abroad. University Post spoke to a handful of them to find out what they see as their Danish co-workers’ defining features.
Eline Palm Meldgaard from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences won the PhD Cup 2019 for her project on parasites. To inspire other researchers and students, she explains here what it was that worked for her in the communication competition.
Manish Kumar Tiwari loves the flat hierarchical structure, the emphasis on a healthy lifestyle, and the informal tone in Denmark. He was born and raised in India but has taught at the University of Copenhagen for four years.
Professor of sociology Claire Maxwell and her family moved from England to Denmark. The workplace culture at the University of Copenhagen is very different from anything she is used to. Among other things, the sanctity of the Danish lunchbreak came as a surprise her.
Living in Copenhagen has its perks, but there is much more to Denmark than its capital. Here are 7 suggestions for places to visit outside the Danish metropolis.
How to understand the mysterious words, phrases and expressions in Danish everyday conversation.
Learning Danish can be fun, but let's be honest, also very frustrating. But no need to worry. With the help of two expats, the University Post has gathered some great tips and tricks on how to learn Danish.
The University of Copenhagen intranet can be tougher to get your head around than even the most complicated scientific theory. Here is a guide for new students who may want some shortcut tips.