The University's focus is teaching and research. And after last year's job cuts, we just can't deliver more housing service, says International Office in response to angry reader comments
Would you think of your body in the same way if you lived in the 19th century? According to the Medical Museion, the answer is No.
Nine out of 37 cleaning staff have lost their jobs at the Faculty of Health Sciences. This is after management outsourced them to a private cleaning company. The original staff had offered to do a better job for less, but to no avail
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The Faculty of Life Science paid its respects to the late Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maathai, in a tree planting ceremony
Winning teams got their medals at a ceremony where the rhetoric was as sharp as the running
With the University Post you now have a unique opportunity to win free tickets to the staging of Edward Albee’s 'The Zoo Story'
Italian girls are renowned for not having kids. But Paola came to Denmark just before she had her first baby, and she is now going to have another
At the Department of Computer Sciences, the newly established COLA group will work on one of the Millennium Problems selected by the Clay Mathematical Institute. Its solution will be awarded with one million dollars
University of Copenhagen's move from 177th to 135th on the Times rankings was partly due to big grants from the world of business in 2010
Diplomats from Israel and Palestine tried to put an end to one of the world’s longest standing conflicts in history
Clawing its way back up after last year’s slide, Copenhagen gains from new international diversity measure. But still lags behind Aarhus
Newly appointed Minister of Science will have real power. Something new for a minister representing the universities
The planned Niels Bohr Science Park will now cost more than DKK 1.5 billion, as costs spiral. New projections point to a nine per cent space increase and more expensive facilities
After her Erasmus stay in Copenhagen, Maya takes a year off. No more studying for her. She wants to sing, play, write,...and even do yoga: Because it keeps her feet on the ground, she says