Social life at the department
The student café at the ground floor of KUA building 21 is run by volunteers who agree to take shifts behind the counter. They also arrange events of both formal and informal nature. International students are most welcome at all of these events as well as to join the planning and preparations of them. As this is a good way to meet other students, it comes highly recommended.
Read more about student life on Campus at the Faculty website.
Student Sports Organisation
The Student Sport Organisation (USG) offers everything from aerobics and dancing to football and martial arts. More information is available at The Organisation's webpage.
All exchange students are offered a mentor prior to their arrival. A mentor is a Danish student who can assist you with practical issues and answer questions. It is not an academic tutor, but we do try to match exchange students with mentors that study the same subject or at least attend the same faculty. Depending on your particular needs, the mentor can help with administration problems, social activities, doubts that you might have about your study, and other things. However, being a mentor is voluntary, so the extent of the mentor's devotion varies from person to person. Still, it is a very good way to meet Danish students, so do not miss signing up for a mentor when asked.
Read more about the mentor programme at the Faculty website.
The Department hosts one magazines for the students and teachers: Afart, magazine for the Art History and Theatre and Dance sections. The editors are students themselves, as well as are several of the participants. Contributions will be warmly welcomed also by international students writing in English. If you want to share your thoughts with the rest of the Department, do not hesitate to contact the editors at Afart - email@example.com