1165 København K
Tlf: 35 32 28 98 (mon-thurs)
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.
Hørhuskollegiet on Amager might look unassuming, but you get a tennis court, sauna, and your own private bathroom included in the price
Sofiegården has a history as a home to a group of 1960s' squatters’ rights activists. This has been continued, at least in the sense of affordable housing to several hundred students, who run the place themselves.
Time-honoured traditions, a rich history, and a dining room with marble columns meet pasta salad, pop music, and an apple throwing contest. At Nordisk Kollegium, the old and new intertwine. And the residents don’t even have to cook their own meals.
The history of Kvinderegensen is palpable in the old building on Amager, where previously only women were allowed to live. Nowadays the college is open to everyone, and being male might even give you a head start on the waiting list.
20 minutes with public transport from Copenhagen Central Station is the Hvidovre Hospitals Kollegium dorm with parties, excitement, and cheap rent.
The luxurious G.A. Hagemanns Kollegium, which boasts its own private chef, a grand piano and two of J.F. Willumsen's most famous paintings, has something to offer for both geeks and partygoers.
If you are looking for a milder version of dorm life without ancient traditions and house meetings, CPH Village offers a container village out in the Refshaleøen quarter or in Vesterbro.