Danish MP criticises associate professor for writing on Danish immigration policy in the New York Times. But do we need censorship?
Plans for a major overhaul of the Danish SU student grant system postponed indefinitely
Article about the situation at the Faculty of Law is an incoherent smear campaign, writes professor
Opinion: Former student believes that law at the University of Copenhagen is uncritical, unreflective and too career oriented.
Quinoa is originally a tropical plant, but it can now be grown in Denmark after a long journey through plant science at the University of Copenhagen
The 12-hour requirement for degrees is being undermined by things like embassy parties. This is according to a columnist from the Student Council
University of Copenhagen will no longer make money on fossil fuel energy investments following a board decision Tuesday
Peter Blume argues that there is no mess at the Faculty of Law. But that is because he is sweeping the dirt under the carpet, writes a law student
The human part of human resources is likely to be lost if UCPH gathers all its HR employees into large centers, writes Mie Abildgaard Kristensen
Bent Jensen teaches tree climbing. Students learn how to climb trees safely to harvest seeds or to fell difficult trees