University of Copenhagen
- Robust offerings in: Anthropology, Biology, Economics, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology, and classes in Danish Language and Culture
- Students may study at the University of Copenhagen for the academic year or spring semester
- Explore the largest city in Denmark and the rest of Europe
The University of Copenhagen is Denmark's oldest university, and with 37,000 students it is Denmark's largest. It is located on four campuses in central Copenhagen. While many subjects taught in English are available to graduate students, robust offerings at the undergraduate level in English are limited to Anthropology, Biology, Economics, Mathematics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and classes in Danish Language and Culture. A handful of classes in other departments may be available in English. Students may study at the University of Copenhagen for the academic year or spring semester. Fall semester-only placements are not available due to Copenhagen's academic calendar.
The city of Copenhagen is home to 1.2 million people, representing more than 20% of the entire population of Denmark (5.6 million). Denmark topped the United Nation’s 2012 World Happiness Report, and Copenhagen has been declared the world’s most livable city by multiple publications.
Click here to see sample courses KU students can take at the University of Copenhagen: Copenhagen Course Equivalencies
Information on housing available through the University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation can be found at: http://housingfoundation.ku.dk/
An overview of some housing options is available here: http://universitypost.dk/article/top-10-student-housing-copenhagen
Due to severe student housing shortages in the Greater Copenhagen area, it is IMPERATIVE that students accepted onto the Kansas/Copenhagen exchange apply for student housing via the UCHF as soon as the UCHF sends out e-mailed invitations to apply for housing via the UCHF’s on-line system (usually in June for Academic Year applicants, and mid- to late November for Spring applicants).
The University of Copenhagen offers incoming exchange students a Mentor Program, which pairs incoming students with a Danish student, usually studying the same subject as the KU applicant. The mentor can help newly-arrived students get settled in with practical advice for registering with the Danish authorities, shopping locations and getting familiar with the University.
Students should have completed at least 60 Kansas credits prior to the start of their studies at the University of Copenhagen. Applicants must have a grade point average of at least 3.0. Graduate students are eligible to study at the University of Copenhagen.