1165 København K
Tlf: 35 32 28 98 (mon-thurs)
The long history of Regensen is an important part of the residents' narrative about themselves; about love, traditions, clubs, and the exclusive Regensen community.
At Lægeforeningens Kollegium, there is never a dull moment, but that doesn’t mean you will be partying every night
You can party your way through your studies at Rigshospitalets Kollegium, as long as you also do your fair share of the cleaning
The Industrikollegiet in the Copenhagen district of Nørrebro is home to 95 students. They share kitchens and gardens, and have built a hen coop, which also functions as a bar.
The Egmont residence hall has a reputation for being the city's big party dorm, but the place has a lot more to offer than that. The food clubs, a close community, and lots of facilities, all help to bond the 469 residents together.
The Frankrigsgade residence hall is out in the Amager district, and as a resident it is you that decides whether you want to really get involved, or just have a place to live.
Kollegiegården is a peaceful dorm with low rent,and living there gives you access to a cheap two-bedroom apartment shortly after moving in. And the residents repaint the corridors every year
It is not pretty, but the Grønjordskollegiet is cheap, and it's huge. And with 1,000 roommates, you will always find someone you like hanging out with, no matter whether you are into parties, or Dungeons and Dragons.
Borchs Kollegium is an immaculately maintained building, which has retained its original style. And with a 330-year history, there are plenty of traditions to keep alive.
The old, traditional, Studentergården in the Nørrebro district has a grassroots resident democracy, a tavern, and will soon have its be own pottery room.