KP strives to find accommodation for as many incoming students as possible. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee to find housing for all students due to the shortage of housing in the greater Copenhagen area.
Be aware that if KP Housing send you a housing offer it will be the only one you receive. If you reject the housing offer or miss the deadline for completing the process, the room will be offered to the next student on the waiting list.
Incoming students will be housed in either private homes or student residences with other students. Please note that student residences are not separated by gender so you might share common facilities such as kitchen and bathroom with students of mixed gender. If you are offered a double room at a student residence you will always share room with a student of the same gender.
You should expect that the travel from your home to KP may be up to one hour each way, as this is not unusual in the greater Copenhagen area.
When to apply for housing
Housing application opens on 15 November for the spring semester and on 15 May for the autumn semester.
In order to apply for housing, you must have an acceptance letter from KP.
Rent is paid on a monthly or full semester basis depending on the type of accommodation. If the rent is charged for each semester, it will be independent from the actual study period of the semester.
Housing in the Copenhagen area is generally expensive, with prices varying between DKK 2500-6000 per month. Some places will charge rent for the entire semester up front.
Types of accommodation
The housing offered by KP will either be in a student residence, a room in a privately-owned apartment or a house through a private landlord. We are unable to accommodate any specific preferences.