Every semester, the State Administration and The International House have special opening hours for students.
For more information about the hours and the documents you need, please check this link. You can also find there the application forms you will need for applying for your residence permit and the CPR number.
A relocation process can be overwhelming, but as a help the International House has made a "To-Do List".
Everything you need to do and know, before and after you move to Copenhagen, is available here.
The objective of the International House is to provide international citizens with the best possible start to life in Copenhagen by giving them the comfort of a one-point entry.
When relocating there are a number of things to see to; establishing a new network, finding out what the city has to offer and getting your family settled in. International House Copenhagen is ready to assist you with everything from paperwork to practicalities, ensuring things run smoothly from your very first day.
The International House also organises events. For more information, read more here.
The main task of KEA Housing is to accommodate incoming international exchange students. If we have available rooms after that, we offer these to international full degree students on our waiting list. KEA Housing gives priority to incoming students, offering new students a platform from which they can find housing for the rest of their stay.
Incoming international exchange students automatically get an accommodation offer from KEA Housing 1-2 months before the beginning of the semester.
International full degree students can sign up for the waiting list.
Learning Danish is not all about having your head stuck in the books. Connect with other international students and gain insight into Danish life and culture with a free Danish course at KEA.
Adding Danish classes to your studies makes daily life in Denmark easier and improves career prospects.
Every semester, a new class is made and you'll be able to sign-up for Danish classes by using this application form.
You can read more here about the Danish classes offered by Copenhagen Language Center at KEA.