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Student admission numbers edge up at the University of Copenhagen

The University of Copenhagen has seen a slight increase in the number of applicants, and pretty much the same number of admitted new bachelor students as last year. The number of women continues to increase.

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Education

Professor: »Hurry up and start getting interested in this. Because this is one of the most fascinating things!«

Students invited to a debate on how we shape an unpredictable future and get to grips with the new technology.

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Education

It responds quickly. It responds always. A chatbot might soon become your new personal mentor

On a course on the Sociology programme at the University of Copenhagen, students have been using ChatGPT to understand and interact with theory in new ways. It has lifted the students' academic level, according to the instructor.

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Education

Five tips: How to avoid plagiarism

Many students are baffled by guidelines on avoiding plagiarism. Here are a few tips from an expert.

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Education

New research: European students »surprisingly« unfamiliar with plagiarism rules

Researcher says the numbers are »concerning« and criticises universities for »leaving students in the lurch« by not preparing them sufficiently.

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Education

Three rectors look back: 20 years with 30 Danish university reforms

How has a 20-year storm of Danish university reform affected the University of Copenhagen? The rectors of the period, Linda Nielsen, Ralf Hemmingsen and Henrik C. Wegener, give us the inside story.

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Education

We are not good at keeping international students in Denmark after graduation

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Education

Two young men offer cheap therapy to their troubled generation

In a luxury flat in the hip Vesterbro district of Copenhagen, two young entrepreneurs are offering the kind of therapy that they needed themselves: Where psychology students help other young people, and where it is cool to take care of yourself.

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Education

On weekdays she studies at university. On Saturdays she studies at the mosque. And she is not the only one

Muslim women want to know more about their religion. This is why they seek out Islamic teaching at the mosques, according to a new PhD dissertation from the University of Copenhagen.

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Education

Overview: Proposed cuts to Danish master's degrees — here are the key points

The government wants to shorten up to one half of all Danish two-year master's degree programmes and set up vocational, part-time, industry master’s degrees.

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