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Starting at a Danish university can be a big change in your life. So we want to prepare you with five things that might surprise you.
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.
Be fun, drop the clichés, and just apply! Here are the University Post's six tips on how to get a place in one of Copenhagen's elite residence halls.
You took to your dissertation work like a duck takes to water. Maybe you had just started the perfect bachelor project. Then came the corona lockdown. But all this community-spirited social distance should not stop you. Here are ten tips on how to get something done.
It's easy to feel discouraged when faced with dense scientific tomes loaded with complicated information that few people understand. We asked two professors and authors for study tips. Here are 10.
What is a PhD school, and what should you include in your PhD application? Our guide for you, a potential PhD student in Denmark, that does not know where to begin.
It can be hard to pull yourself together when your sofa is your bed, and there is a Magnum ice lolly in the freezer. Lucky for you, the University Post has set up this extensive (but not exhaustive) guide to Copenhagen's many reading rooms. So now you are at least one step closer to getting the curriculum over with.
On 25 May, 15,000 UCPH students, faculty and staff get together for the annual Spring Festival. Here are 17 things you can do to make sure your festival is a good one
Do you chew celery, eat herrings, or bang on the keyboard in the reading room? Then please stop. An exam-stricken student guides you through some reading room etiquette.
Go to re-examination, forget about your grades, and make demands. At the university, there are many new things to deal with, and one is easily overwhelmed. Here, an experienced student tells what she wishes she had known, when she was on the threshold of student life.