- 160 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
- 45 QS World University Rankings 2014
- 45 QS World University Rankings 2013
- 150 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
- 69 QS World University Rankings 2015
- 82 THE World University Rankings 2015-2016
- 73 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About University of Copenhagen
The four campus areas
In the future, the University will be concentrated at four campus areas in the capital:
- North Campus (the Panum Institute, Universitetsparken, etc.) will house the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, most of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
- City Campus (Centre for Health and Social Studies (CSS) at the old Municipal Hospital, Øster Voldgade etc.) will house the Faculty of Social Sciences, Central Administration and parts of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
- South Campus (KUA) will house the Faculty of Humanities and a small section of the Faculty of Science. In year 2015, the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty of Law will also move to South Campus.
- Frederiksberg Campus is home to the Faculty of Life Sciences - A campus committee has been set up for each of the University of Copenhagen’s “old” campus areas. The two new faculties, Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, are not required to save space in the same way as the other faculties. However, the Faculties of Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ participation in, and input to, the University of Copenhagen’s campus planning will be included in campus planning activities.
About 5-minutes walk from the Islands Brygge Station.
Housing for Exchange Students
The housing department at the central International Office consists of two employees and has limited resources. Therefore, students can apply for housing through the central International Office are limited to non-Nordic international students on exchange through an exchange programme, governmental scholars, and students in the COME programmes (first year). The Faculty of Life Sciences has a separate housing service.
Housing for Guest Students
If ones are admitted to the University of Copenhagen as a guest student, the International Office will give assistant in finding housing. Ones will not receive a specific housing offer via the International Office and you should not apply for housing in online application for admission.
Ones should expect a room in a private home to cost between DKK 2,600 and DKK 4,000 – most costing an average of DKK 3,000. The location, size and quality will reflect on the cost. The International Office provides housing for international students participating in the Copenhagen Master of Excellence (COME) programmes at the University of Copenhagen.
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