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

If you are having payment issues, please click here for a guide.

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

NB: Remember to wear a face mask when entering the office

It is not possible to rent shared room (A+B) for the Spring semester 2022

Due to Covid-19 we have decided that is it not possible to book shared rooms (A +B) during the Spring semester 2022.  It is still possible to book rooms for 2-persons so you can arrive with a friend or partner. Remember you still have to register both of you for CPR even though there is only one contract holder. You can read more about CPR-registration here

Important information regarding COVID 19

Make sure to familiarize yourself with the COVID guidelines for Denmark before and during your stay.

We have made a section dedicated to COVID 19 information. It can be found here

 

WE HAVE AVAILABLE ROOMS - Now also for Danish Students

We still have available rooms and are therefore opening up for Danish students. 
 

Please send an email to contact@housingfoundation.ku.dk  with your admissions letter, then we can evaluate your case and decide if you are eligible for housing. 

Before entering the booking system, please be sure to read our Booking Manual  here. 

CLEANING

During and after your stay it is important to clean your room often. See our cleaning tips. These are especially relevant now to avoid spreading infection.