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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 2019)
The chairman of the UCPH board will be replaced at the end of the year. Potential candidates can apply now
The University Post asked Danish and international students to give their tips for unforgettable Copenhagen experiences. Check out this bucket list of their best recommendations
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.
Success is sweet, failure is bitter. Two University of Copenhagen student entrepreneurs open up about their startup journeys, and offer advice to students who are ready to begin theirs.
Cancel your weekend trip to Berlin. Here is the lineup for the Spring Festival on 10th May...
You can look forward to an annual salary of DKK 368,965. In class, a woman is sitting next to you. You get the Danish grade of 10 for your master's thesis. And you drink less than your parents - but much more than your friend the mechanic.
While the number of staff at secretary level has been almost halved at the University of Copenhagen, the number of senior consultants has tripled. But this has not made work easier for researchers. According to critics, they spend too much time on administrative tasks.
Students at the Faculty of Humanities are surprised they cannot sort their rubbish on campus. Both the citizens and local authorities in this city sort their trash. But this does not apply to all faculties at the University of Copenhagen.
Traffic jams and accidents with hot coffee. They just keep on happening when people use a newer entrance to get into classes at KUA2. The students find the doors annoying, and ineffective. The managers justify it.