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We will be back 8 August in time for the start of the autumn semester 2022.
All UCPH staff and students are welcome in the new University Post newsrooms 23 March 16-17 on Købmagergade street.
Lara Osorio is a student of Eastern European Studies and was an intern at the Danish embassy in Kiev. Until two weeks ago. Then she was moved to Bucharest. For her safety.
Ukrainian Olha Lapan lives in Denmark and is doing her second semester of Eastern European studies at the University of Copenhagen. But she would prefer to be somewhere else.
Are you a skilled writer? Are you enterprising and creative? Are you up to giving journalism a shot? You might be our new student assistant.
»In terms of your studies, people start expecting less of you. That’s very generous and considerate, but it also made me expect less of myself,« says 24-year-old Alice Bier Zandén. She is a student of art history at the University of Copenhagen, mother of a three-year-old girl, and currently expecting her second child.
An estimated 25,000 people suffer a concussion each year in Denmark. The effects can extend far beyond the immediate symptoms, and no-one can say for sure how long it will take to get better. At uni, our brain is our most important asset. What do we do, then, when we can’t rely on it?
The boards in Denmark’s research foundations are predominantly men, and male researchers are more likely to get funding than their female colleagues. With the Promote Me campaign, associate professor Vanessa Jane Hall wants to correct this gender imbalance.
Karoline Schnorr has her own business, cultivating organic flowers, alongside her studies in natural resources at UCPH.
The sea is awash with forgotten plastic bags and old car tyres. Students armed with nets and diving masks are removing some of the trash that otherwise would never see land again.