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While most of the academic staff at UCPH are men, there are more female students. Is this a problem at all, and is one imbalance worse than the other?
There is an urgent need for 22,000 student homes for in Denmark, according to the Danish Construction Association. And 8,400 homes are needed in Copenhagen alone. The Social Liberal Party proposes setting up a general fund to build 20,000 new student homes.
It will drain your bank account when the bill for your textbooks runs up to several thousand kroner. However if you want to get the books on the cheap, help is at hand. The University Post offers you seven tips to balance your budget.
This year’s Pride is just around the corner. Up to 30,000 people are expected to participate in the rainbow parade on Saturday 18th August, and there is still space for you on the UCPH float.
Flower of youth or prime of life? There are large age differences among the batches of students starting in September at UCPH.
The Royal Library has stopped lending out master’s theses in the wake of new regulations on data protection and privacy. They are awaiting a response from the Danish Data Protection Agency – and then probably a huge practical task – before all the theses are available again.
Four new partnerships between the University of Copenhagen and the Capital Region are to bring the latest research in pediatric asthma, cancer, osteoarthritis and child infections out to doctors and patients.
Are you a talented writer or photographer? The University Post is looking for reporters to capture campus life in words and pictures
The completion of the scandalised Niels Bohr complex on Jagtvej is a high priority for the project’s owner. Project Manager Jørn-Orla Bornhardt says that he - just like UCPH - wants researchers to bring home Nobel prizes in the laboratories that he is building.
This year it is not only Humanities, but also the subjects of Science at the University of Copenhagen that have been hit by falling applicant numbers. Associate Dean points to the new grade requirements as an explanation. But she believes that the new students are better qualified for UCPH life.