MACA offers a transnational study environment situated at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and Lund University, Sweden. MACA is the first master programme to take full advantage of the emerging transnational Øresund Region.
MACA students will benefit from course work at both universities and experience two very attractive environments; Cosmopolitan Copenhagen and the historical university town of Lund.
Join the network of international students and their mentors at the Faculty of Humanities at Facebook. Join the group "Faculty of Humanities International".
The Mentor Programme
A group of Danish students, the so-called mentors, are here to help you get a good and easy start at the Faculty of Humanities. Each international student is encouraged to join the student-run Mentor programme QA-programme. The programme offers a variety of different social, cultural and academic activities and provides international students with personal mentor groups which will assist you in getting settled both socially and practically.
We strongly encourage all our international students to sign up for the QA-programme.
Your mentor will contact you by e-mail prior to your arrival in Denmark. Make sure that the e-mail address used in your application is valid and that you check it regularly prior to leaving your home country.
If you are interested, your mentor will pick you up at the airport or at the bus/train station when you arrive and make arrangements for you to meet with your landlord.
Student Life on Campus
South Campus at University of Copenhagen offers several cosy meeting points for students. Students at the faculty use the cafés during their breaks to meet up with fellow students or even lecturers. In the evenings the Faculty is often used for cultural events and café nights.
The Meeting Point ("Café Mødestedet") This café offers coffee, hot chocolate, cold beer, light lunches and a variety of confectionery. The café stocks various games and has its own pool table.
Departmental cafés Each department at the Faculty of Humanities has a student café, run by student volunteers from the department. The cafés offer a cosy environment where you can meet fellow students, read newspapers, play board games and buy cheap coffee and snacks. Student groups arrange study circles with representations from authors, artists and intellectuals and mutual discussions of relevant academic subjects. Furthermore the student cafés arrange Friday café nights often with different themes. There are often international student cafés during the semester where you'll get the opportunity to meet other international students and their mentors. We definitely recommend you to experience the atmosphere of the student cafés as the social life of many Danish student revolves around these cafés.
Student parties Most of the departments at the faculty have a party committee which arrange parties and other social events. Your student identity card gives you access to all student parties at the faculty - also at other departments than the one you are enrolled at. Usually it is possible to bring a guest under the condition that you have obtained a guest ticket from the organizers of the party. Faculty parties are announced through posters on campus.
The students sports association is called USG (Gymnastics for the students in Copenhagen). Signing up normally takes place in August, although it is possible to join at later dates if slots are free on the teams. USG offers a wide range of different disciplines both on the southern campus and on other locations around Copenhagen. To find information about programme, prices and contact please see the USG website.
Read more about student associations and clubs.
If you are looking for a place to live you can visit University of Copenhagen general information about finding housing.
University Post is the independent English-language media of UCPH.