TAG: University of Copenhagen
Not really any tricks but some advice from experience. I have been living and studying in Copenhagen Denmark for a year and have briefly summarised some points of advice I hope you find helpful. How will I make friends when I don’t know anyone? Everyone is in the same boat looking to meet […]
I cannot believe I am writing this blog post — it means that my 6 months abroad is almost over. Time has gone by so fast. I remember talking to the man next to me on the flight to Denmark. He seemed a bit miffed at my plans – Have you been to Denmark before? […]
The middle of my exchange is probably the point at which my housemates and I entered into what can only be called, a complete state of panic. We miserably realised we only had 3 months left in both each other’s company and in Copenhagen, a beautiful city filled with even more beautiful people (honestly, […]
Where do I begin… I’ve nearly been living in Copenhagen for an entire year now, and I don’t think any words can give this year justice. I have been able to experience the most incredible things from living in the heart of a major European capital city, from travelling to Morocco in my summer holidays, […]
Exchange isn’t always as wonderful as people make it out to be. Most exchange students begin exchange with serious FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) including myself. During my exchange I met an American that went home after a month and a girl in Barcelona who was going to stay for a year but decided to […]
“I didn’t realize that almost everyone would speak English just as fluently as the average Australian. A language barrier was almost never an issue and when it was the Danes were more than happy to help. ” To read Natasha’s whole post, check out her blog 6 Months of Copenhagen.