Five Danish researchers have each received one of the coveted giant grants from the European Research Council of 1.5 million Euros. Four of them are from the Uni
Is it fair to have to attend an exam on a Saturday or Sunday? The president of the Student Council believes that it shows a lack of respect.
Cuts will be made to the SU grant because it has come under pressure from foreign students, says the Minister for Higher Education and Science.
Female students at the UCPH campus in Frederiksberg report harassed by groups of young men of Middle-Eastern appearance
The University of Copenhagen drops from number 82 to number 120 in the world on Times Higher Education’s new ranking. Reputation hit by cuts
Exams are being set to weekends and late in the evening. But students should not have to cancel wedding parties and birthdays, writes Morten Jørgensen
New report for the Ministry for Education and Research slammed by critics
International students gather in front of the International House, creating a unique and chaotic atmosphere. We stopped by and talked to some to some of them.
Faculty of Humanities to find a further DKK 60m in savings. Consequences for both employees and students
The person sitting next to you is a woman. You will often say ‘hello’, but rarely say ‘habari’. And you will end up getting a ‘10’ grade for your dissertation