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7 tips for cheaper textbooks

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.

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97 new youth apartments to Copenhagen

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Campus

The black holes of eduroam

The roll-out of wireless networks over a million square meters is complicated. At UCPH, most eduroam problems are resolved, and now IT departments are asking for help to cover the last black holes.

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Education

Briefing: The Danish Study Progress Reform from cradle to grave

The hotly contested Danish education reform may be in its final death throes. Was the Study Progress Reform a flop and what will take its place? The University Post summarises four years of Study Progress Reform struggle.

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Campus

Old theology and law buildings now up for sale

Here is a possible solution to all of those who miss the old university buildings in the inner city: Buy them. Price still unknown.

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Culture

Get your glitter on! UCPH to Copenhagen Pride

Come and help us party with UCPH at the Copenhagen Pride Parade on Saturday, 19th August.

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Campus

Sober students more likely to drop out

Your alcohol consumption during the start of your study affects your well-being on your study programme. A survey from the Danish Evaluation Institute shows that students who either drink a lot, or who don’t drink at all during the start of their study programme have a greater risk of dropping out.

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Housing Foundation faces new criticism: Misled Harvard summer school

Hidden fees, incomprehensible contracts, lack of linnens, deceit, and a total lack of service. Those are the charges levelled against the UCPH Housing Foundation by the leadership of an international literary institute from Harvard. The foundation acknowledges certain mistakes.

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Science

UCPH scientists confirm the oldest life on earth

Two UCPH researchers confirm in an article in Nature that there are traces of life in the world's oldest rocks. The rocks are in Greenland and are 3.7 billion years old. The two have used a completely new method.

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Politics

Mayors in rural areas want pieces of the University of Copenhagen

Rural interest group LF wants to move all study programmes that are relevant to agriculture away from the city of Copenhagen. This will lead to a fragmentation of the UCPH research environments. And it will destroy research, according to Dean of the Faculty of Science.

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