1165 København K
Tlf: 35 32 28 98 (mon-thurs)
A comprehensive guide to student kollegiums in Copenhagen. Here is a summary of the complete Dorms Disclosed series, reviews written by students.
Things have changed quite a bit since we looked at Oresundskollegiet back in 2014. The University Post dropped by to see what life is like now at the dorm. Here is our updated review for 2017.
Situated between Amagerbro metro station and the Faculty of Humanities KUA, Rasmus Nielsens Kollegium is a 'cosy', social place to live
Danes sure know how to party and Tietgenkollegiet is the best place for it, writes our student reviewer
Situated near a picturesque lake, Rebæk Søpark kollegium is a colourful and vibrant place to live
Apartments at South House are more expensive than average, however if you treasure your privacy and want a 'real apartment' of your own, the brand new facilities it offers may be for you
Yes, things suck. Life is hard. You live in CPH Studio Hotel. But our reviewer reckons that it is not all bad
The perfect mix of privacy and proximity to others. Student reviewer likes living in the converted parking garage
Although it's not in the heart of the city, you'll still have a great time here, writes our student reviewer
Signalhuset is outside the city-centre but it makes up for it with a vibrant social atmosphere and great facilities, writes our student reviewer