Spring 2023 booking round will take place on 29th of November 2022 

                                                                                                                  (For more information click HERE)

Welcome to the Housing Foundation Copenhagen

We are a non-profit organization helping international students and researchers at the University of Copenhagen find accommodation for up to one year.

We offer a variety of housing options across all parts of Copenhagen: We reserve dormitory rooms as well as private and shared apartments around the city and rent them out via our booking system.

On this webpage you can find information about our invitation process and booking system, and see if you are eligible for housing through The Housing Foundation Copenhagen

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 
9:30 am – 12 noon, 1 pm – 3 pm
Wednesday: 1 pm – 3 pm
Fridays: 10 am – 12 noon, 1 pm – 3 pm
Public holidays and Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Please note: between Christmas and New years the office willl only be open on the 27th and 28th between 10.00-13.00. (December 2022)
                                                                                                   Key return during christmas

                                                                                                                                          Please note !

         If your contract ends in January 2023  and onwards, and you return your keys between 22 of December  and 1st of January 2023, we will consider the keys as being                 handed in on the 2nd of January 2023, due to the planning of the move out inspections. 

Heating information

In Denmark, it is normal to wait until mid-later October to turn on the heat, in order to preserve energy and think more sustainably. However, it is the individual building owners who decide exactly when the heat is turned on, which is normally around the Autumn holiday or in some cases, depending on the temperature outside. Your residence handbook might give more information on when the heating is turned on in your accommodation. 

Please also note that your room/apartment is not meant to be so warm that you can walk around in shorts and T-shirts during the autumn and winter months. Rather, most Danes wear long pants, sweaters and warm socks – this is a great way to participate in the Danish Hygge.

Do you have any general questions ?

If you have any general questions you can find help at our Q&A system.

You can find answers to the most common questions  here


During and after your stay it is important to clean your room often. See our cleaning tips.