Student support, student counselling and student well-being of students is of the utmost importance to UCPH. On this page, you can read about and find links to the various services available to you during your time at UCPH.

The services include:

  • The Student Counselling Service
  • The Student Ambassador
  • The University Chaplains
  • Special Education Support schemeMental-health and health services outside UCPH
  • UCPH emergency response team.

All specialist services at UCPH are confidential and free of charge.

Student Counselling at UCPH

The Student Counselling Service (Studenterrådgivningen) advices students who need help in relation to social, psychological and psychiatric matters. The staff includes psychologists, medical consultants and social workers. You will find the main office in the city centre of Copenhagen.

For further information and contact details, please visit the Student Counselling Service’s website.

Student Counselling Service

The Student Counselling Service (Studenterrådgivningen) advices students who need help in relation to social, psychological and psychiatric matters. The staff includes psychologists, medical consultants and social workers. You will find the main office in the city centre of Copenhagen.

For further information and contact details, please visit the Student Counselling Service’s website.

Student Ambasador

The Student Ambassador gives advice about issues related to your studies at UCPH. The ambassador clarifies your rights and obligations concerning specific procedures at UCPH. 

Student ambassadors at UCPH working at computer

Student well-being

As a student, you have once a year the option to answer questions about your well-being via the study environment survey. Your response may lead to both local and common initiatives at UCPH. 

UCPH has set up a think tank on stress and student well-being consisting of students, researchers and student counsellors, who work to provide a more nuanced picture of student well-being.

Think tank on stress and student well-being has:

Illustration on how to engange students in wellbeing