My experience about riding a bike in Copenhagen!
What should you expect from the biggest street party in Europe as a newcomer? From what I have experienced, it is pretty safe to say that Copenhagen is an exciting place and that it can always surprise you when you least expect it. And as we know spring is right around the corner, so that means only one thing: FESTIVALS, and more likely, it is time for DISTORTION!
Now to you Europeans studying here, this article will not seem shocking since you have always had it, but to most of us from outside of the EU, air travel here is dirt-cheap. If you have already traveled all the way to Copenhagen, why not travel some more? Europe is a continent of a vast different array of cultures and languages. Being so close together, and being within the European economic zone, allows for easy travel.
You are new in town, there is no one to hang out with; reading that book isn’t an attractive prospect at the moment, all of a sudden your room seems much smaller and you are getting bored to death. The excitement of the past few days seem a distant memory and Netflix won’t even do the trick. Sound familiar? Yes, I thought so too.
I have gone through the awkward and difficult phase of having to figure out how I was to address my professors. When it comes to Danish professors in general, they all accept being addressed by their first name, in and out of class! However, when it comes to professors from Germany or other European countries who work in Denmark, the rules can be a bit vague.
As a newly arrived international student, one of the challenges you are immediately faced with is how to get around the city. Without any knowledge of the options available to you, you actually might spend more money and effort than you really need to. So, here is everything you need to know about that.