Situated in the recently developed Carlsberg area, Campus Carlsberg is the newest of the seven campuses that make up University College Copenhagen. With its great buildings and high number of students, it is also our largest campus.
At Campus Carlsberg we offer following programmes:
Outside teaching hours students have access to Campus Carlsberg brand-new facilities, such as:
At Campus Carlsberg students have access to brand-new facilities, such as:
Canteen and cafés
Base camps for individual programmes
Students at Campus Carlsberg have plenty of social activities to choose from and are also able to influence the social lives with their own ideas. Here are the social activities, clubs and associations currently available:
Humlen is Campus Carlsberg’s study café, which transforms to the infamous Friday Bar once a week. Run by student volunteers, the café is also used for a wide range of social activities.
CC Drama is an association that puts on musicals, choir shows, ten-hour plays, jam sessions and a whole lot more.
Move is a committee dedicated to sports and movement such as badminton, yoga, boxing and outdoor activities.
LGBTQ is a committee that focuses on minority groups and their rights. They hold debates and talks, run the Fairy Bingo and also has their own carriage at the Copenhagen Pride parade.
Geek is a club that embraces the students’ inner geek! If you’re into Cosplay, Dungeons and Dragons or Monsters Night in Tivoli, this is the place to be.
Krea is Campus Carlsberg’s creative club for anyone who loves using their hands, whether that is making origami, Christmas decorations or gifts for your Aunt Wilda.
The Carlsberg Campus choir is made up of students, lecturers and staff and meets weekly. At times, the choir performs in shows and events on campus.
... And many more
There are many more committees and social initiatives within the individual programmes. As most of them are initiated by students, there is no guarantee that the different committee and initiatives will exist forever. We encourage new students to propose ideas for new clubs, associations or activities. To find out more, check out the Facebook page Carlsvognen which is used by all the committees. You can also see some of the students’ Instagram pictures from Campus Carlsberg here.
The local area
Campus Carlsberg is located in the new Carlsberg City District in between the Vesterbro and Valby in Copenhagen. Despite its central location, it is only a few minutes away from parks and green areas like J. C. Jacobsen’s Garden and Søndermarken. The campus is located across several buildings and share address with supermarkets, cafes, a pharmacy and a cobbler. Read more about the area at Carlsberg Byen.
Parking: The Carlsberg City District has several underground car parks with paid parking.
Public transport: Carlsberg Station is located at the foot of Campus Carlsberg, while the Metro station Enghave Plads is 700 metres away. Several bus routes also run in the area.