Associations and clubs

Spending two years on a master’s degree programme is a great opportunity to meet fellow students, both international and Danish. Whether you look for activities related to your field of study or go for purely social activities, there is a lot to gain. You can get a nuanced understanding of the Danes and grow your network – which is helpful, in particular if you stay in Denmark and start your career upon graduating from UCPH. And, having fun is a great way to beat loneliness.

If you want to make a change in a political sense, you can contact the student councils at university level (Studenterrådet) as well as faculty or department levels.

On this page, you can get an idea of student associations and clubs at UCPH. Also, this list of organisations and mentor programmes is very helpful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-curricular activities is a great way of meeting fellow students
Co-curricular activities is a great way of meeting fellow students
Studenterhuset invites students across the University to join associations and parties
Studenterhuset invites students across the University to join associations and parties
Kayaking in fromt of the Little Mermaid with the Student Sports Association, KSI
Kayaking in front of the Little Mermaid with UCPH Student Sports
Two entrepreneurial students and one Innovation Hub manager
Two entrepreneurial students and one Innovation Hub manager
UCPH Student Sports hiking at one of the few hilly places in Denmark
UCPH Student Sports hiking at one of the few hilly places in Denmark