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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.
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When you start at university you start to question your identity, your future, and even your own intelligence. The University Post’s student reporter, who is about to finish her bachelor's degree, shares a few tips: This is what she wished she knew when she started at uni.
What do you do if you want to study, do your student job, do volunteer work, see your family, and then still have time to party with your friends? And what about getting involved in politics on the side?
An underground list of surprising localities at a centuries-old university.
Ever wanted to be a chemist? Chemists can create substances that are wonderful, horrible, or anything in between. They examine compound structures and break or create new bonds
With this new set of do-it-yourself biology experiments we have you making your own blue cheese, ripening your green tomatoes, and more
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.
Local students share their favourite spots in Copenhagen with the University Post, neighbourhood-by-neighbourhood