Campus Hillerød, also known as Campus North Zealand, is one of two campuses situated outside Copenhagen. It is located in the experimental new area Stationszonen in Hillerød, which is specially developed to house educational institutions. Although the campus is in Hillerød, the majority of our students commute from Copenhagen daily.
At Campus North Zealand we offer following programmes:
At North Zealand students can access several brand new facilities at all times, such as:
Natural science café
You are guaranteed to meet a wide range of people at North Zealand. Students and lecturers are drawn from many walks of life, with a considerable spread of ages.
Friday Café and parties
The weekly Friday Café offers a great chance to meet new friends or hang out with fellow students over a game of table football, backgammon or a beer. The Café hosts major annual parties for Halloween, Christmas and summer, as well as plenty of other events.
Study Start Fun Run
The Study Start Fun Run is an initiative which brings together Hillerød’s shops, educational institutions, the local municipality and social clubs for a run and some celebrations, marking the start of the academic year for the town’s approximately 2000 youngsters.
Campus Hillerød has its own choir, where every student is welcome. The repertoire is primarily rhythmic soul/rock, but we are happy to try out new things.
Councils and committees
We strongly believe that students and staff should be able to play an active part in the development of the programmes and the environment in which they are delivered. The following councils are currently active:
It only takes around 5 minutes to walk from Hillerød Station to campus. There are trains every 10 minutes, and buses in all directions from Hillerød Station.
There are car parks around the campus, but it can be difficult to find a space after 8.30-9.00. Alternative parking is available by Teglgård lake at the end of Carlsbergvej (10 minute walk).