Study environment

International guest students at the department

The Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics is home to 1600 students and thus the largest Department at the Faculty of Humanities.
Each year the Department welcomes 350 guest students who attend Danish courses and 30 come to the department as full degree students to study Nordic Philology with Danish as their major subject. The majority of the guest students comes from Europe, Asia and the Nordic countries. The international student counsellors will do their very best to make sure you receive relevant information about all the cultural activities and events that are planned for exchange and guest students during the year.

The departmental café

The departmental café "Kaffebaren", which you find in room 22.0.61, is run by student volunteers and forms an important social meeting point in which you can meet fellow students, read newspapers, play board games and buy cheap food and drinks. Furthermore, the student café arranges Friday bar nights and international student cafés during the semester where you'll get the opportunity to meet other international students and their mentors.

Kaffebaren is open Monday to Friday from 10:00-16:00, but it is also possbile to book the café if you need a place to host a student meeting, throw a party etc.

Study rooms

The students are offered a number of study facilities at the Department of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics. There are study facilities in special study rooms, in the library and in the hall area on the ground floor of building 22. Find the different study facilities.