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The University of Copenhagen has four campuses. Our guide has everything you need to know to feel (and look) like you belong on them. We give you the inside line on fredagsbar, where the hide-outs are, the best places to see bunnies (for real) and a whole lot more.
As a full degree EU student in Denmark you can get SU, the famed Danish study grant. But the rules are complicated, and you need to have a paying part-time job before you can apply
A comprehensive guide to student kollegiums in Copenhagen. Here is a summary of the complete Dorms Disclosed series, reviews written by students.
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.
Living in Copenhagen has its perks, but one downside to enjoying life in the city is forgetting that there is much more to Denmark than its capital. The University Post presents 7 suggestions for places to visit outside of Copenhagen
Here are our top five cafés in Copenhagen. The criteria: Inexpensive coffee, a nice atmosphere and free Wi-Fi
Always wanted to volunteer but never figured out where and how? This will get you going!
The University Post's Top 10 things to do, eat and drink in the big city after nightfall (updated August 2016)
Wherever you live - a new lamp, desk or picture can make it feel like home. And you need a bike in Copenhagen. Here is the University Post (updated) guide
Setting up an account in Denmark can be a hassle. Here is a primer that will help you make the right banking choices