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Start brewing your own coffee, quit buying kebabs on your way home from a night out, and get creative with your gifts for friends and family. Here is the ultimate guide to living on a student budget in expensive Copenhagen.
A comprehensive guide to student kollegiums in Copenhagen. Here is a summary of the complete Dorms Disclosed series, reviews written by students.
It is not impossible to get a daily fix of culture at affordable prices in Copenhagen. On the contrary, with your student ID card you can get good discounts.
The University Post asked Danish and international students for their tips on unforgettable Copenhagen experiences. Check out this bucket list of their best recommendations.
From bog water to the elixir of life. At the University of Copenhagen, your favourite brew comes in all varieties. The University Post has checked out the cafés, the coffee machines, and the coffee powder stockpiles, and found the best (and worst) coffee spots.
Learning Danish can be fun, but let's be honest, also very frustrating. But no need to worry. With the help of two expats, the University Post has gathered some great tips and tricks on how to learn Danish.
Danes are not introverted, sullen vikings, obsessed with healthy food and black clothes. Or are they? An Indonesian student takes on the clichés about Denmark
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, no matter how talented you are, you are unable to find work