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Students living in these Frederiksberg dorms commemorate Denmark's liberation with a gala dinner and celebrate the founder's birthday with copious amounts of cake. The dorms share same building, one inside the other, like nesting dolls.
Copenhagen Base Camp is one of the slightly more expensive student residence halls in Copenhagen. But the location in an old barracks on Sølvgade is as central as it can possibly be.
What you pay in rent is a secret, as it is supposed to be more than just the dream of a cheap place to live that attracts new residents to Valkendorfs Kollegium. Garden days, mushroom-picking trips, and a strong sense of community is the spirit of this college.
You don't need to be a law student to get a room in the small Collegium Juris, where Danish and international students share their culture, and their daily lives, with each other.
The Bikuben [beehive] residence hall in the Amager-district of Copenhagen is known for its remarkable architecture and its trash collecting.
In the old building on Ryesgade 58, which used to be a squat by the Danish BZ or occupy movement, approximately 40 young students share their daily lives with each other in a residence hall that seems more like a hippie collective.
International students who rent rooms at the Rebslagervej dormitory through the University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation are strongly dissatisfied with the conditions and the rent. The rent is double the price per square metre compared to a newly built apartment with harbour views in the Teglholmen district
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