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Events at the University

There are several events for international students each semester. The events are arranged at different levels, so you need to watch out for news about events from the Faculty of Theology and the International Office.

The University Orientation Programme

The International Office at the University of Copenhagen organizes an Orientation Programme at the beginning of each semester. This programme consists of both practical and social events. At the beginning of the autumn semester, international students are invited to the University Matriculation Ceremony at which all new students at the University are personally welcomed by the rector.

International Night on Wednesdays

Venue: Studenterhuset, Købmagergade 52 (next to the Round Tower)
Time: Every Wednesday evening 300-400 international and Danish students meet to socialize, and it is the only central meeting place for international students af the University of Copenhagen. The International Café is run by students for students, so the bartenders, DJ's and other staff are students volunteering their time. If you want to join a volunteer group at Studenterhuset, please contact volunteer@studenterhuset.com.   

Chaplain (Danish Lutheran Church) and the Student Congregation

Rev. Stefan Lamhauge Hansen, Store Kannikestræde 8, 3., 1169 København K, phone: 33 14 01 83. Contact hours: Tuesday to Friday 10-11. As well as conducting regular services in Trinitatis Church in Købmagergade the Chaplain is also available for private consultation. If you are interested in the Student Congregation and its work you are also welcome to contact him personally. Every Friday there is a service (held in Danish) in Trinitatis Church at 12.15 where students preach. Lunch is served after the service at the prize of approx. 20 DKK in Store Kannikestræde 8, 1st floor. The Student Congregation organizes 4-5 lectures every semester.