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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 also need a bike in Copenhagen. Here is the University Post guide to finding nice and cheap stuff in Copenhagen.
Setting up an account in Denmark can be a hassle. Here is a primer that will help you make the right banking choices
Here is our guide to getting the most out of the controversial Danish travel card. This includes ways to avoid using it in the first place!
Getting around by bicycle shouldn't have to cost a fortune. Here is a list of the best ways to find a second-hand bike in Copenhagen.
In the City Centre, Nørrebro, and Nordvest, American graduate student Alex Berger tells us where to go for a good meal on a budget
100 kroner, or about 18 dollars or 13 euros. This was the limit for Alex Berger, an American graduate, when he tried to eat on the cheap in expensive Copenhagen
First impressions of the strange kind: We asked a large group of newly arrived international exchange students what they think about Denmark