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As a part of the Danish reform of master’s degrees, the government wants more international students at Danish universities. But what is it like to be an international student in Copenhagen? We turned up at the Studenterhuset café and met up with students from India, Jerusalem and Brussels. They all want to get more Danish friends.
Only a few students in Denmark even consider the option of negotiating their salary when they start a student job. This is according to a new study from the Danish trade union Djøf. They offer you a few tips here on how to get started with your pay conversation.
Sofie Bloch Nielsen has a functional impairment and is frustrated by complicated assistance regulations. She thinks that the University of Copenhagen should level up and be better at catering to challenged students.
You hold yourself to a high standard. You sometimes feel lonely. And you do not complete your studies within the prescribed time. If this is you, then you are like many other students in Denmark. We have looked at the numbers.
In the dawn of time, Danish university students were men studying to become priests. Then they turned into exalted, rebellious youths reading poetry and wanting to overthrow society. But who are the students today? Some say they are self-absorbed and coddled. Others say they are critical and reflective.
No need to waste more time wondering about whether your study programme is a good choice. Well at least astrologically speaking, that is. Here is the guide.
It can be hard to afford a frappé or a new pair of jeans on a student income in Copenhagen — never mind a root canal treatment at the dentist or a tasty menu. But it is not impossible. Here is a guide to good student discounts.
This is what it looked like when this year's new cohort of students turned up at their own University of Copenhagen for the first time.
The University Post has spoken to a handful of Copenhagen student residence halls about sustainability and their green initiatives. Be inspired!
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