Get an introduction to the welcome programme for international students at Faculty of Science in this short video.
In the Department of Computer Science you will be part of an active and international study environment. Our canteen is run by students, you can join our football team which plays against other SCIENCE teams or spend a weekend at our LAN-party, DIKULAN. You can also play board games with fellow students at our DICON days.
If you have a more creative side and enjoy painting or playing music, you can join other SCIENCE students in Cafe KAFKA. The University sports association, USG, offers all students more than 80 different sporting activities. There are plenty of opportunities to meet and socialise with fellow students.
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) has four campus areas in Copenhagen. The part-time MSc programme in Computer Science is primarily based at the North Campus.
The University’s North Campus, home to scientific, pharmaceutical and health science research and neighbour to the Copenhagen University Hospital (Rigshospitalet), Metropolitan University College and Fælledparken is centrally located.
Many exciting building activities are going on at the campus areas at the moment, including the construction of a new Natural History Museum and the Niels Bohr Building at North Campus. In general, North Campus, home to scientific, pharmaceutical and health science research and neighbour to the Copenhagen University Hospital (Rigshospitalet), Metropolitan University College and Fælledparken, is being developed into a coherent district, Copenhagen Science City, based on the concepts of science, health and interdisciplinarity.
International student environment
Roughly 9,500 students, including around 1,200 international students, are engaged in the Faculty's 25 BSc and 33 MSc programmes. An additional 1150 PhD students, many of whom are also from international backgrounds, round out the student population. The study and research environment at SCIENCE is, therefore, very international.
Housing Foundation Copenhagen is an independent entity which assists international students and researchers at University of Copenhagen in finding accommodation.
You can also choose to find housing on you own. In that case, you may wish to make use of some our tips on how to get started.