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Starting at a Danish university can be a big change in your life. So we want to prepare you with five things that might surprise you.
The University Post asked Danish and international students for their tips on unforgettable Copenhagen experiences. Check out this bucket list of their best recommendations.
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 2021)
The University of Copenhagen has four campuses. Our guide has everything you need to know to feel (and look) like you belong on them. We give you the inside line on fredagsbar, where the hide-outs are, the best places to see bunnies (for real) and a whole lot more.
Local students share their favourite spots in Copenhagen with the University Post, neighbourhood-by-neighbourhood
Learning Danish can be fun, but it can also be very frustrating. With the help of two expats, Copenhagen's University Post has put together some tips on how to learn Danish.
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.
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 July 2021)
If you are on a tight student budget, money can be saved by buying a used bike. But you should know what to look for. Here are five tips from one of the UCPH student-run bike repair shops.