University of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen is an exchange destination for bachelor and master students of Utrecht University School of Law.
Semester I (Autumn Semester): September - January
Orientation: The Faculty of Law arranges an international study start programme for all new exchange and LLM students each semester. The programme will contain social events and more study-related sessions
Language of instruction: English and Danish
Language level needed to be able to follow classes B2
The University of Copenhagen would like to stress that a full study load at UCPH is 30 ECTS for a semester and 60 ECTS for an academic year, and students are required to take on this work load.
|Areas of study open for exchange students|
International exchange students who have previously followed a full law program for a minimum of 1½ years or preferably 2 years or more will be qualified to obtain admission. Only master level courses are open to exchange students. This means that Danish students have studied law for 3 years before they enter these courses, so the academic level offered to exchange students will correspond to master level studies.
Please note: no undergraduate / bachelor level courses are available to exchange students.
|Courses at Master level|
|Estimated living costs per month|
More information (scroll down to 'Housing and Money')
1) Price for dorm or room in shared apartment 2) To save money, we recommend that you consider renting or buying a used bicycle, which you can get for around DKK 800-1,500
More information about credits at Copenhagen University here
Normal study load: 30 ECTS per semester
The UCPH Housing Foundation is an independent entity which assistsinternational students coming to the University of Copenhagen infinding accommodation while in Copenhagen.Students who complete their online application for the University ofCopenhagen (UCPH) and select housing in the online application willreceive an invitation to apply online for housing from the UCPH Housing Foundation:www.housingfoundation.ku.dk
As an EU/EEA or a Swiss citizen, you will need a residence permit (registration certificate), if
|Number of places available|
2 semester places per year for bachelor or master students.
Health information, scroll down to "Health and safety"
Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?
Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.
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