Ida Stahl's intro course was cool. But it was also filled with worries and speculation: would she get any new friends? Starting at university is a tough time for many people
There are many types of accommodation in Copenhagen. Private rooms, dormitories for students, shared housing, and there is even the option of buying your own place. Here is an overview with links to the most important sites and facebook groups. (Updated 2020)
It's easy to feel discouraged when faced with dense scientific tomes loaded with complicated information that few people understand. We asked two professors and authors for study tips. Here are 10.
Start brewing your own coffee, quit buying kebabs on your way home from a night out, and get creative with your gifts for friends and family. Here is the ultimate guide to living on a student budget in expensive Copenhagen.
Danish students can look forward to an annual salary of DKK 368,965. If you sit next to one of them in class, they are most likely to be a woman. They drink less than their parents did - but much more than their non-Danish, or non-university, friends.
Copenhagen has gone through centuries of modernisation and has had its share of disasters such as fires and wars. But subtle historical details remain. Two historians met up with us in places that reveal the city’s past.
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.
It is a proud tradition to celebrate the week’s academic achievements by burning off brain cells. Read all about the UCPH campuses’ best bars and clubs here (updated September 2016)
Ever since the University of Copenhagen was founded, higher learning and heavy drinking have gone hand in hand. Take a trip down memory lane to a time when drunken, knife-wielding students wreaked havoc in the streets of Copenhagen and find out how today’s Friday bar crowd compares to the rowdy revelers of yore.