‘The Bispebjerg dormitory’—literally ’The Bishop’s Mountain dormitory’
C. DKK 6000/month (paid quarterly). Precise rates are provided in the online booking system.
8000 DKK (to be paid with first rental instalment)
Type and size of accommodation:
Large dormitory, 252 students; features elevators, common room , study rooms, terrace, laundromat.
Available room types:
Shared rooms (A and B)
Studio rooms, c. 20 square meters, with private kitchenette (a small refrigerator, a sink, hot plates) and bathroom.
Danish house mates:
Distance to university locations:
Campus / Faculty
Method of transport & transport time
c. 15 mins by bike c. 25 mins by public transport
c. 15 mins by bike c. 25 mins by public transport
c. 15 mins by public transport c. 10 mins by bike c. 30 mins walking
c. 35 mins by public transport or bike
33, 77, 31, 5C
Nørrebro Metro station
Bispebjerg station (F-line), c. 1 min walk away
Walk to city centre
Cycle to city centre
c. 20 mins
Map and address:
2400 Copenhagen NV
About the dorm
See a student-produced video about Bispebjerg
(Video produced by Olivia Parkinson)
Bispebjerg Kollegiet is a great option for independent students who wish to live more privately, as each tenant has their own studio flat, but still want to live among other students. The common room and terrace are great places to can hang out with friends, but there are also smaller study rooms where you can prepare for exams in peace. Since it is located in northern Copenhagen, it offers easy access to Nørre Campus and all its faculties by bike (10 mins) or public transport (15 mins). The Frederiksberg and City Campuses are also easily accessible in 15 minutes by bike.
About the area
Bispebjerg is located in a more residential area, but amenities like gyms and public transport are close by, and access to the city centre is quick and easy. Since the dormitory is located in northern Copenhagen, it is quite close to Nørrebro, a trendy area popular for going out, due to its many bars and lively music scene. Leafy Frederiksberg, one of the most attractive areas in Copenhagen due to its great variety of parks, cafés and shops, is also readily accessible by bike
Things to do
Nearby Nørrebro area is perhaps the most popular quarter for going out in Copenhagen. There are lots of places to eat, drink, dance and experience live music. But there is also much to see, for example the famous graveyard Assistenskirkegården, where celebrities and musicians are traditionally buried and the locals go for walks. Or the Red Square (Røde Plads), a hub for multicultural encounters and political rallies, where also many sports and music events take place.
Furniture and inventory
You pay for cable TV, internet, the residents association, and laundry as part of your rental payments. For precise rates, please see your rental contract.
Internet & TV
Only a cable connection is provided, which means you must either bring your own ethernet cable or bring a router to create a wifi network. Internet support must be handled via the internet supplier (Dansk Kabel TV), not with the Housing Foundation. Upon entering your room, you must contact Dansk Kabel TV on +4569121212 to gain your internet login details. Due to EU Data Protection laws, the Housing Foundation cannot handle this matter for you. Internet is part of your utility bills.
Cable TV reception is available and already included in your utility bills, but an actual television set is not provided.
The building features a laundromat. Laundry is part of your utility bills (see above).
House Rules & Residence Handbook
Building & furniture problems
Please find information in the box “inspector” below.
Our RA in Bispebjerg kollegiet is called Colin and you can write him here
Colin is living in Rebslagervej kollegium but it is very close to Bispebjerg kollegiet and he will be able to answer general questions.
The Ra can not pick up or return keys on your behalf.
For building-related problems (fixtures in the apartment such as windows, floors), please contact the building inspector, Preben, on: +45 46431010 (24 hour phone service). There will first be a voice in Danish telling you to wait for someone to pick up (it is not an answering machine; you just have to wait a moment).
For other problems (furniture, inspections) please contact our inspector Attila, Tuesdays & Thursdays between 8am and 10am: +45 50525096. Or email him at email@example.com. If emailing, please attach a picture of the problem.
Lock out / Lost keys
Locked yourself out – If your RA or inspector Attila is available at Bispebjerg Kollegiet, they can open your room door. The price for getting help is DKK 300 between 16:00-08:00. If help at your residence is not available, contact the Housing Foundation office during office hours. Be aware that if you lock yourself out more than once in a 14 days period a fee of DKK 300 will be charged every time if the RA or Housing Foundation Inspector opens your door. For emergency lock out please read the information here.
If your key is permanently lost – Contact the Housing Foundation office during office hours.