The University of Copenhagen has a wide range of guidance options available for prospective and current students. This page will tell you where to go to get the information and guidance you need. All guidance units at the University of Copenhagen give independent guidance and all talks are confidential.
If you have any questions concerning admission, application procedures as well as practical questions before or during your Master's studies at the Faculty of Humanities we are here to help.
No question is too big or too small. If we are unable to answer your questions personally we will make sure that you will be directed to someone who can.
At the departments the international guidance counsellor can help you with your studies, choices in your course of studies, doubts about your course of studies and thoughts about career. You can also talk to us about personal problems which affect your studies. We counsel in rules relating to exams, complaints, applications to the faculty and questions about MA admissions. We also offer counselling specifically aimed at international students.
Find the homepages and contact information of the department guidance centres.
If you feel you may be suffering from fear, anxiety or depression, have problems with your family, suffer grief or experience problems working together with other students, financial difficulties or other matters which seriously affect your studies, the Student Counselling Service is staffed by psychologists and social workers who are ready to help.
Read more about the services offered at the Student Counselling Service website.
International Education and Grants offers guidance and handles admission for exchange and guest students. They will also be able to assist you with questions concerning housing, transcripts (Exchange students) and general questions about the University of Copenhagen.
For further information visit International Education and Grants website for exchange and guest students.