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Campus Carlsberg - Klatrevæg

Campus Carlsberg, Copenhagen

Campus Carlsberg is the newest of the seven campuses that make up University College Copenhagen. It’s also the biggest, thanks to the size of its buildings and number of students.

Many facilities

Campus Carlsberg features lots of new facilities available at all times to students:

  • Ball cage
  • Sports hall
  • Drama theatre
  • Creative workshops
  • Handicraft workshops
  • Music rooms
  • Canteen and cafés
  • Library
  • Base camps for individual programmes

Social activities

Students at Campus Carlsberg have lots of social activities to choose from, and of course new students can influence what goes on. Current social activities, clubs and associations:

Humlen is Carlsberg’s study café, transformed on Fridays to the infamous Friday Bar. Run by volunteer students, and also used for a wide range of social activities. Visit Humlen’s Facebook page

CC Drama puts on musicals, choir shows, ten-hour theatre, jam sessions and a whole lot more.

Move is a committee dedicated to sport and movement, such as badminton, yoga, exercise-boxing and outdoor pursuits.

LGBTQ is a committee that focuses on minority groups and their rights. They hold debates and talks, but were also the first to run Fairy Bingo. They also enter a float in the CPH Pride parade.

Geek focuses on some of the more nerdy aspects of student interests. If you’re into Cosplay, Dungeons and Dragons or Monsters Night in Tivoli, this is a great place to be.

Krea is Campus Carlsberg’s creative club for anyone who loves using their hands, regardless of whether that’s for cutting out paper mobiles or making other colourful decorative items for your aunt Winifred.

Carlsberg Campus has a choir that meets every week. Choir members include students, lecturers and staff. Occasionally, they put on shows and events on the campus.

Have your say

There are a host of committees and social initiatives, including for the individual programmes. There’s no guarantee that any given committee will exist forever, as they tend to depend on the students sitting on them at the time. New students are of course extremely welcome to propose new clubs, associations or activities. For more details, all the current committees use the Facebook page Carlsvognen to communicate – take a look. You can also see some of the student Instagram pics from Campus Carlsberg

The local area

Campus Carlsberg is in the new Carlsberg By development between Vesterbro and Valby. You will be close to parks such as J. C. Jacobsens Have and Søndermarken. The actual building shares its address with stores such as Føtex, Netto, Lagkagehuset, a pharmacy and even a cobbler. More details at Carlsberg Byen.

Practical details

Study programmes at Campus Carlsberg, Copenhagen:


Parking: Carlsberg Byen has several underground car parks with paid parking.

Public transport: Carlsberg Station is at the foot of Campus Carlsberg. Several bus routes run around the area. Enghave Plads Metro Station is just 700 metres from campus.


Campus Carlsberg
Humletorvet 3
1799 Copenhagen V
Phone: 70 89 09 90
E-mail: info@kp.dk