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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 it can also be very frustrating. With the help of two expats, Copenhagen's University Post has put together some tips 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
Copenhagen has a thriving scene for live music just waiting to be discovered
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, no matter how talented you are, you are unable to find work
Volunteering does not only imply working for free and staying poor. A voluntary job can actually have a positive effect on your social life, career and even wallet. Want to know how? Here is an updated list of the University Post’s top 10 (actually 11!) volunteer jobs in Copenhagen
These Copenhagen activities are cheap, and you won't find them in any tourist guide. This list will keep you occupied for the next couple of months
Marte is a Norwegian who knows how to do a solid workout. Check out her Top 10 Free Workout spots and tips in Copenhagen and get ready to look your very best
Confused about how to recycle in Copenhagen? You're not alone! Here's an easy how-to guide on what goes where
We asked three students of Danish and literary history to select the best of Danish literature and explain why