Find information about the different kinds of student support offered by the University of Copenhagen.
If you have questions related to academic matters, eg. regarding a specific course or study programme, please consult the student guidance counsellor at the applicable faculty or department. Below you can find the contact information for the student advisors at each faculty.
The University Chaplains are part of the Danish National Church. The chaplains offer free personal counselling to students at University of Copenhagen.
Students at all faculties at the University have the opportunity to speak to a student chaplain. They are available to perform religious rituals and for personal conversations. Conversations are confidential and students of all religious beliefs or no belief are welcome to see the chaplains.
Find the contact information of the University Chaplains here.
Accessibility – Assistance for physically handicapped students
If your mobility is limited by a disability and you have questions concerning the University of Copenhagen’s physical accessibility, please contact Special Educational Support unit at email@example.com
If you suffer from a documented disability that prevents you, for example, from taking exams on equal terms with other students or completing your studies within the prescribed time period, you are able to apply for dispensation for:
- Special conditions during your exams
- Exemption from student activity requirements
- Exemption from maximum study period requirements
Applications for dispensation must be submittet to the board of studies in the your department or faculty at UCPH. Before submitting your application, we suggest that you get in touch with the contact person at your faculty in order to receive advice on your options as well as the application process – for example, not all study programmes require that you apply for dispensation in order to receive extra time for your exam.
Note! Please be aware that extension of your study period is not guarenteed.
Advice and assistance outside the university
At The University of Copenhagen we will do all we can to help and assist you, but there are some issues for which we cannot provide solutions at this time. If you are in need of a helper/assistant the university can help connect you with a relevant entity. However, the university cannot cover the costs of the support. As a general rule prepayment is required.
Housing Foundation Copenhagen offers special attention to people with disabilities. Students with special needs applying for housing through Housing Foundation Copenhagen will be asked to provide details in regards to disability in the online booking system and to provide documentation. For further information please contact Housing Foundation Copenhagen at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Counselling Service provides advice for students who need help in relation to social, psychological and psychiatric issues. Staff includes psychologists, medical consultants and social workers. The main office is placed in the centre of Copenhagen.
For further information and contact deails, please refer to the Student Counselling Service website.