Study environment

Everyday life is brimming with a multitude of international and Danish students and a pulse that generates energy and a special atmosphere

The Multimedia Design programme shares address with the other UCN technology-programmes in buildings with lots of room for ideas and creativity.

The buildings are divided into levels, which can be used for group work, reading and studying – or just hanging out.

The international programme attracts students from all over Europe.

Moving to a new city can be a tough and lonely experience, but since all assignments on Multimedia Design are solved in groups, you quickly get to know other students and find a ’safety zone’ within your class.

At the beginning of the programme your teachers will place you in groups – later on – when you are more familiar with your class mates, you’ll form groups yourselves.

Students at Multimedia Design have formed a “Creative Lab” with students from Graphic Design. Creative Lab arranges a number of sessions each semester, where students share their knowledge on particular subjects relevant to Multimedia Design with other students. These peer-to-peer sessions offer the opportunity to form relationships with students from all the Multimedia Design classes, across culture and semesters.

We have a tradition of a Friday Bar that opens on Fridays after 12 o'clock. The otherwise pulsating beat turns into a relaxed and social Friday-afternoon atmosphere that usually marks the beginning of an enjoyable weekend.

The school is in charge of theme events and parties during the year. 

Read about the facilities at your campus

Read about the facilities available on campus and get acquainted with the Study Administration Office, the café, the bookshop and the library etc. You can also read about the academic and social study life across UCN.

A quick tour of the Sofiendalsvej Campus


Dan Høegh
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 15 74
Magdalena Atanasova Mincheva
International Consultant

+45 72 69 13 52

Non-EU / non-EEA citizens