Two people sharing a room/apartment – University of Copenhagen

Housing for more than one person

If you arrive with a spouse or friend who is not related to UCPH you may need a housing option with two (or more) beds. Some of the housing options we offer are flexible so you can book accommodation for two (or more) persons, but only on one contract.

Shared rooms or studio apartments/two beds in one room.

Renting the full studio

There will be one contract. You will be booking both beds for the use of you and your companion, and the entire contract is issued to you. The booking ystem will mark the room as "Single" or "2 person."

Renting a shared room (half of 1 room)

These rooms will be marked with an A or a B (eg. 201A and 201B), and will also have the label "Shared." This allows for two users to book the same room (furnished with 2 single beds). 

If you and your friend would like to share a room together, you can opt to book A, and your friend can book the B side. Each of you will have your own contracts and financial accounts. 

Rooms for couples

You must book a room marked as "2-person" on the booking system. There will only be one contract between the two of you. Couples cannot book a room marked "Single." 

Alternatively, if you both have a log-in, you can each book a "shared" room. This will result in both of you having separate contracts.

In order to do this, one of you will have to change your sex on the booking system. Once the contract is in place you can change back again. This is the only time we will ask you to cheat on your registration.

Shared Rooms/A and B rooms

Shared rooms (1 room with two beds) are in the following residences:

  • Østerbro Kollegiet 
  • Tåsingegade Kollegiet 
  • Sølvgade
  • Rebslagervej 
  • Gimle
  • Øresunds
  • University Guest House
  • A/B Alleen
  • Det Ny Emdrupborg

Should you require two beds in Sølvgade and there are only single rooms left in the housing system, please contact us as we may be able to make arrangements with specific rooms. 

Sharing with a spouse (and kids):

Family rooms are marked "Family" in the booking system. 

You are of course welcome to re-arrange the furniture to suit your needs for your stay in Copenhagen, but please arrange it to the original structure when you depart.