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During World War II, bunkers were constructed in Frue Plads to provide shelter from air attack
The Niels Bohr Institute began as this single building but has grown to include ten buildings and more than 1,000 international students and staff
It is nice to see pictures of the so-called Romantic Garden in old pictures. Also the Landbohøjskolen main building, one of many changes to the Frederiksberg campus
The church and the main building we see at Frue Plads today were reconstructed after they were destroyed during the British bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807
Political agreement moves to reopen the universities, so that all students may have in-person teaching from 21 May. For most students, however the exam period has already begun.
As new self-swab test centres have more students and staff returning to the University of Copenhagen, canteen staff are now also back at work. Not to serve coffee and food, but to supervise self-swab nasal tests.
The prospect of a huge increase in rent after a faulty construction process will lead to the University of Copenhagen having to reduce more floor space than what the new Niels Bohr Building would have added.
Six University of Copenhagen students explain why they did not comply with corona regulations in building 2 at the CSS campus.
Organisers of petition against sexism at Danish universities say that many people did not wish to sign for fear of losing their jobs.
An underground list of surprising localities at a centuries-old university.