Connect with the community

The QA Programme is always active on Facebook, so make sure to connect with us to receive tips and tricks on studying and living in Denmark, reminders on all our events and pictures from past events. Like the official page here.

We also have a special group, where you can get in contact with current members and past member, buy/sell your bike or get answers to all your questions from the QA Community. Find it here

QA Programme is also on Tumblr, where we get alot of interesting Danes and Internationals to write about their experience in Denmark and abroad! Find it right here

If you have any questions about the international community at the Faculty of Humanities or the QA Programme, feel free to stop by our office in room: 23.2.04 (Up the stairs between the canteen; building 23, and the Nordisk Kaffebar; building 22, 2nd floor.)

Remember our QA Lounge!   

The QA Board has happily reinvented and reopened their small conference room as a brand new QA Lounge with sofas, table tennis, TV, micro oven and much more. So come up for a cup of coffee during your break, use it as a place to study or simply hang out with other QA Members in your own Lounge for QA Members! You can find it next to the QA Office in room 23.2.06 (building 23, 2 floor, room 6)

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Great sources for living and studying in Copenhagen:

  • StudyCPH offers and ebook on studying in Denmark for international students. Get information on housing, volunteer programs, Danish culture and much more. Find it here: International students’ survival guide for Life in Denmark
  • The International Office at University of Copenhagen has made a thorough guide to studying at the University of Copenhagen, that can be very helpful for both Mentees and Mentors to read and use as a go-to guide. Read the Guide here: Study Abroad Guide 2015-2017
  • The University of Copenhagen has made a great webpage for welcoming International Students, where you can find information on everything from how to get a CPR-number to rules about working in Denmark. You can find it right here.
  • The University of Copenhagen has a wide range of guidance options available for prospective and current students. Take a look at their page, if your have any questions about studying at the University of Copenhagen. Contact the Student Guidance Counsellors here.