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Housing

On this program you may stay in either a dorm or apartment throughout the city. After you are accepted into the program, you’ll receive housing information and instructions on how to apply for housing through an online booking system.

Apartment

The apartments consist of rooms in a residential building where local Danish citizens may also live. There are two providers for shared apartments: one is in Amagar and the other is in eastern Copenhagen. The location of each building gives you the opportunity to live in a relatively quiet area while still being close to the campus and the rest of Copenhagen.

Accommodations

  • Private bedroom
  • Shared bathroom
  • Off campus
  • No meal plan

Live with

  • International students

Commute

The studio apartments are located a 10-minute bike ride to the campus in Amagar. The shared apartments are located a 5-minute bike ride or a 10- to 15-minute walk to the Norre campus. To reach the other campuses, you can expect to spend between 15 and 30 minutes commuting by public transportation.

Dorm

Each floor in the dorms is shared by 10-15 students and offers a communal kitchen. Students living in the dorms often organize dinner clubs, taking turns buying ingredients and preparing meals. It’s a great way to meet other students in your hall and share cultures through food.

Accommodations

  • Private or shared bedroom
  • Private or shared bathroom
  • Off campus
  • No meal plan

Live with

  • International students

Commute

In Copenhagen, nearly everyone—even top politicians—rides a bike. Bike lanes are everywhere and traffic lights are coordinated in favor of cyclists. Motorists and public buses will idle while cyclists breeze through the city. Since the university is spread across the city, it’s easy to access by bike. Rental bikes are also widely available if you don’t want to purchase your own.