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A monkfish has spawned a million eggs in the the University of Copenhagen’s Øresund Aquarium. This has only happened a few times in Scandinavia.
You’d better get your creative (gastric) juices flowing. At least if you want to be one of the chefs at a freshers' trip for new students at the Department of Political Science. Applications for the job have to present a ‘narrative’ for a 'culinary journey' for the tutors, new students and cooks.
Postdoc Ana Filipa Correia da Silva decided to leave Portugal a year ago to focus on a future with her family in Denmark. The working culture is different, and it has taken some time to learn how to interpret Danish colleagues' body language.
Bookseller Morten Kjersgaard Nielsen is intent on turning Academic Books into an experience – perhaps a little bit outside the syllabus.
Here are five important dates to remember to ensure that your new life as a university student is off to a good start.
South Campus has three cafés run by Hav a Java: Mødestedet at KUA 2, Hav a Java at KUA 1, and Hav a Java at KUA 3. We had lunch twice in one day and tested out meat, vegetarian, and vegan options at the cafés.
The new square on South Campus is best described as a perfect, trash and graffiti free love child between Teletubbie Land and a computer-generated architect’s model.
At University of Copenhagen more than a third of all researchers and faculty members come from abroad. University Post spoke to a handful of them to find out what they see as their Danish co-workers’ defining features.
We met up with six tutors from across the university’s faculties for a chat about how tutors prepare for the incoming class of students.
Professor of sociology Claire Maxwell and her family moved from England to Denmark. The workplace culture at the University of Copenhagen is very different from anything she is used to. Among other things, the sanctity of the Danish lunchbreak came as a surprise her.