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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.
University of Copenhagen staff and students were treated to a taste of summer festival atmosphere Friday when they partied in the sun on North Campus. They heard both newer Danish star acts and oldies.
The KU Book Club meets up every other Sunday in the old library on Fiolstræde street in central Copenhagen to exchange views on the 100 pages of literature they have read since their last meeting. Staff, international, and Danish students are welcome.
The Niels Bohr Building ordeal is finally slated to end in March. This is according to the Danish Road Directorate, which says that it will hand over the operation of the building to the University of Copenhagen at the end of next month.
Here are five important dates to remember, Just to make sure your new life as a university student is off to a good start.
The University Post had set up a makeshift photo booth for when the entire University of Copenhagen partied at the KU festival. See the pictures and let yourself be infected by the atmosphere.
She inherited the Faculty of Humanities when her predecessor quit. With her one hand she has to restore trust within the faculty. With the other she has to cut 300 student places. What on earth does the dean Kirsten Busch Nielsen actually intend to do?
At the student orchestra SymfUni, Danish and international students from several universities in Copenhagen meet up to share their passion for classical music. The orchestra is more than just notes and melody however. The social part of it is the most important.
The student choir Concentus is a music club that offers the time for immersion into music, and the space for both students and former students. The focus is on the music, the community, and cake
It is free, and it is climate-friendly. The student association’s Rodebutikken, or ‘shambles shop’ is a swap centre that wants to shake up how students consume clothing.