Meet Mindaugas who tells about the study environment
Sport and wellness
As a student you spend a lot of time at classes and in front of the computer. Luckily, you have many ways of being active as well on campus, and balance mind and body.
Get a good study start
AAU CPH TUTORS
During your first time as a new student at AAU CPH, a Tutor network will make sure you get the best possible start here on campus.
The Tutors will show you around, tell you about your degree programme, and arrange social events.
If you have any questions in relation to your study programme, to your new life as a student at AAU CPH or perhaps to your new life in Copenhagen, your tutor will be able to help you either by providing answers to your questions or by helping you find someone who can.
You will meet them at the Study Start Day, September 1st where they will welcome you!
STUDENT BAR ‘SLUSEN’
Slusen is a bar run by students. Slusen arranges both Friday bars and parties. Find more information on Slusen's Facebook page.
THE COFFEE SPOT
The Coffee Spot is a cosy café where students meet to enjoy a cup of coffee or play board games. Open Wednesdays in the small canteen in building B. Find the Coffee Spot on Facebook
Find information for new and future international students on for example:
- The tutor team
- Financial support
- Danish language courses
- Social life on campus
- Career perspectives
What’s on the menu in the canteen? What events take place on campus? When is the student counsellor in? Find all the answers and more on the student intranet in English. Go to the intranet
Look out for Navigator, the campus magazine for students, by students, in English. Read Navigator
Use the harbour
AAU CPH is located right on the waterfront of Sydhavnen in Copenhagen, so a kayaking trip is the obvious choice for you to unwind after a long day of studying. Find the kayak club on Facebook.
Don't miss Harbour Day in September, a campus regatta with homebuilt vessels.