Studying abroad always comes with its challenges, but on this page we’ve collated some resources that might be of use to you when preparing for and adjusting to life in Denmark.
Please note that we are not responsible for and do not routinely monitor the content of third-party sites. Whilst these sites may provide useful information, we always recommend that you do your own research.
Connect with the Community
Knowing how to keep in touch and up to date with the mentor programme is an invaluable skill. Our primary method of communication with our mentees is email and our main contact address is email@example.com. Events and news relating to HIntSS are typically advertised on our website.
In addition to this, we also have a social media presence. Links to our social media pages can be found in the top left, when viewing this website on a desktop computer, tablet or laptop. They are also listed below:
Different mentor groups tend to adopt different methods of internal communication, according to the preferences of their members. Some, for example, prefer to use Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp. If you are unable to use a particular mode of communication, please let your mentors know.
We also encourage all members (mentees and mentors) to make use of the HIntSS Lounge, which is a great relaxed space to meet people, grab coffee and study. The Lounge is located on South Campus; it is room 22.0.54.
Below are some useful reasources that may prove helpful to new international students in Denmark. Please note that this list is not comprehensive.
Study in Denmark – a website administered by the Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science.
An International Student’s Survival Guide to Life in Denmark – produced by the Cooperative of Danish Students Unions.
Information for Visiting Students – The University of Copenhagen’s official website.
Student Guidance – The University of Copenhagen’s official website.
Life in Denmark – The English-language version of the Danish public information portal borger.dk, designed for visitors and international residents of Denmark.