Your first day at Roskilde University (RUC) is Monday the 21st of August. You will be greeted by a great team of tutors who have spent their holiday preparing a two-week introduction programme to RUC. During these first two weeks, you will be introduced to the academic and social life at RUC.
You should expect social and academic activities from 9:00 to 17:00 every day during the introduction period.
Remember to check if you are eligible to receive SU (student grant)
If you are not a Danish citizen, you must fulfil special conditions in order to be entitled to SU.
Read about SU at the website of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Public transportation discount
If you are a student at a bachelor’s programme, you can apply for a public transportation pass known as an "Ungdomskort".
Guide to public transportation discount bachelor
You can sign up for free Danish courses, which are offered by the language school CLAVIS. You can find more information about the Danish courses at their website: www.clavis.org
The mentor programme is a face-to-face introduction to Denmark given by a current student at the university. The point is to give an informal introduction to student life at Roskilde University.
Mentors are very useful to have as a first connection after arrival. A mentor helps international students to have a much better experience at RUC.
Feel free to e-mail us at mentor(at)ruc.dk with questions, comments etc. about the mentor programme.
You can sign up to get a mentor at www.mentor.ruc.dk
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Read more in our guide 'Getting Started' (online pdf)