Campus Frederiksberg is right in the heart of Frederiksberg, and one of the few campuses of University College Copenhagen with just one programme: Teacher Education. It’s a bit smaller than the other campuses but more intimate. The students enjoy a very close relationship, not only with each other, but also with the lecturers and staff.
Student life here has a lot more to offer than just studying. Student teachers are generally renowned for their social engagement. No surprise then that a lot of clubs, associations and activities are based here. Many of them feature “Fred” in their name, as the programme used to be called Frederiksberg Seminarium.
Kultus is our party committee! There’s room for anyone ready to cook up a party! We have a range of different committees dedicated to ensuring everything swings into action at 10 pm when the rest of the institute comes to party. We work together and therefore expect anyone joining us to join in on a party committee, to make sure we can give everyone a great time. Check out the party committee’s Facebook page.
SolTinget is a forum consisting of the ‘Lærerstuderendes Landskreds’ teachers’ union (LL) and the Student Council. What they both have in common is the fight for student teacher rights. They sit on various committees, and are always willing to put on events and hold talks to help students get more out of their education. Check out SolTinget’s Facebook page.
Like writing? Want to be where things are happening? Get involved in FredsBlad. FredsBlad writes articles on everything from studying to discussion on whether it should be chairman, chairperson or something else entirely. Check out FredsBlad’s website
If you’re keen to try out a new sport, or want a badminton partner, take a closer look at FredSIF. The club has an arrangement reserving the sports halls for a range of sporting activities every afternoon. Check out FredSIF’s website.
Anyone who can play an instrument or sing their heart out is welcome in FredsJam, where members spend their time in the rehearsal rooms when not studying. And they’re always game to play at a Friday Bar now and again. Check out FredsJam’s Facebook page..
Love treading the boards bathed in the spotlight? Play your way into FredsTeater. Their most recent triumph was “Dear Parents”, a long, loving look at the classic parent/teacher meeting and its intrigues. Check out FredsTeater.
There’s something for everyone at Campus Frederiksberg, whether get-togethers over coffee in FredsLounge, a walk in the park with SolBær, or poetry readings and discussions in FredsPoesi. We encourage you to be curious and try different things in order to find something you like.