Students at the University of Copenhagen work jobs an average of five hours a week, but what do they do when they clock in at a student job?
Two UCPH researchers have been tasked by the Danish parliament to find out what we can learn from Denmark’s violent recent history
You can only be a good student if you also feel well, writes Mathilde Winsløv, after getting through a period of depression.
Private sector organisations have started negotiating wages and benefits. The results will show what staff at universities can expect
News station TV2 reckoned that two beautiful old linden trees had been urinated into oblivion. But does the story hold water?
The University of Copenhagen let the press in to the Maersk Tower one week before the official inauguration. We were blown away. What do you think?
He is the best in Denmark at working with a spreadsheet and he is heading for the World Cup. Political science student explains why he has so much fun on Excel
It affects global warming 93 per cent less than the gas presently used in the electricity grid's substations
Group of political science students waited in vain to be examined. The examiner had mistaken the date
Things have changed quite a bit since we looked at Oresundskollegiet back in 2014. The University Post dropped by to see what life is like now at the dorm.