If you are interested in becoming an exchange student at the Department of Anthropology you can read more about admission here.
In our welcome pages to new students you can read about living in Copenhagen and studying at the University of Copenhagen.
We recommend that you read more about becomming an exchange student at the University of Coppenhagen at the pages of the International Office.
When you have been admitted as an exchange student at the Department of Anthropology you can find information in our welcome pages and answers to Frequently Asked Questions for exchange students here.
Extension of admission
You can apply to extent your enrollment if you are an exchange student at the University of Copenhagen. To do so you need a confirmation from your home university and one from the department(s) you are taking and plan to take courses at in order to extent your stay.
At the Department of Anthropology you should contact the International Secretary, Charlotte Rosenmejer, to apply for an extention of your enrolment.
Here you can read about the procedure to extent admission.
If you study as a full degree student at another department at the University of Copenhagen or other institutions of higher education, you can be enrolled in one or more courses at the Department of Anthropology as a credit student. Read about how to become a credit student here.