The IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) was established in 1999 and is Denmark’s leading university focusing on IT research and education.
Teaching at the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) is research-based and based on a constructivist theory of learning, which states that learners construct their own learning in the contextual settings based on prior knowledge and experience. With a student-centered approach to learning, ITU organizes teaching and learning with a focus on the individual student's learning process, including extensive use of feedback.
Come by The Study and Career Guidance if you are experiencing doubt about your choice of study, are considering your future career, wishes to clarify your skills or the like. We also offer consultation on individual issues, thesis- and project writing, exam problems, group matters and more. You can contact The Study and Career Guidance if you have questions about which courses to choose or if you are considering applying for exemptions.
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The IT University has access to dorm rooms, which we allocate to our international students. We offer accommodation to all inbound exchange students. Further, we may be able to give residence places to some full degree students during their first or/and second semester of studies on a 'first come - first served' basis. We call your attention that enrolment at the IT University is a precondition for renting a dorm room.
Student Council is the political organisation at the IT University of Copenhagen. It consists of students from every field of study at the university, and is run by students. The Student Council works to promote students’ interests and improve their political, professional, and social conditions at the ITU. Furthermore, they run Student Activity Fund, which supports both professional and social activities improving the study environment.
They are prepared to give knowledge about IT in a way that is understandable for people with different background. It starts from the basics but there is an opportunity to go into details. It gives a hands on knowledge which will probably be useful on the job market.
I want to joining my dream by applying for postgraduate
I have spent a wonderful semester in Copenhagen, gaining a lot of magnific experiences from many prospectives. I have been able to live on my own, cooking food, cleaning my apartment, gaining a sense of freedom and responsibilities due to the physical lack of parents. I have been studying in a foreign country, becoming more confident in speaking English (not learning...