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Welcome Students!

We are the Humanities International Student Society (HIntSS), the international mentor programme at the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of Humanities. Based out of Karen Blixens Plads (UCPH South Campus), we provide guidance, society and a calander of events for humanities exchange students, as well as full-degree and post-graduate international students.

Please feel free to explore this site, at your leisure.

Featured Event

The logo of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022

Watch: Eurovision Semi-Final

Date: Thursday 12th May, 20:00

Place: HIntSS Lounge (QA Lounge), Room 22.0.54 on South Campus

Join us in the HIntSS Lounge as we watch Europe’s most beloved song-contest. What better way to celebrate our international student community?

More information available in the May Events update.

Recent News

  • May Events!

    May Events!

    Hi everyone, We hope that those of you who attended the museum tour on Tuesday had a great time; we’ve got another selection of exciting events planned for this month, and we can’t wait to see you all again. In addition – in case you hadn’t heard – the QA Programme is rebranding!  From the…

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  • April Events!

    April Events!

    Whilst the rebrand will not fully come into effect until next semester, our new site is now largely functional, so we are taking the opportunity to test it by advertising some of our exciting upcoming events. Details of these events were shared in the email newsletter sent to current mentees and mentors, but, if you…

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  • Launching our new website!

    Launching our new website!

    HIntSS is pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Whilst it is currently under construction, we hope to implement full functionality in the coming days and look forward to growing the international community at the Faculty of Humanities.

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