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All applications received by May 3rd, 2018 are being processed and replies will go out late June 2018. Check this page for further information if you do not receive a reply. Pls. also check your spam filter.

Next deadline for applying for a room will be stated by the end of 2018. 


General application information:

Pls. observe that the Danish Post Office may take 5 days to bring out national mail.

For applications to Egmont Kollegiet in general: If you wish to move in at the beginning of the semester starting in August or September, your application must be received no later than the May 2nd. If you are admitted to the waiting list, please send the enrolment documentation from your educational institution when you receive it. For applications submitted before May 2nd replies will go out LATE JUNE.

Applications should be sent as standard mail and NOT registered mail. Applications may also be send by fax: +45 - 35 20 00 21. It is not possible to accept applications sent by e-mail.


English application form in PDF format - filable


You will receive a reply one month after the application deadline at the earliest and occupation is not possible earlier than 1 ½ month after the application deadline.

Enrolment and residency rules for Egmont H. Petersen's Kollegium in Copenhagen.

  1. In order to be admitted and stay at the dorm one must be enrolled in a course at a university in the Copenhagen area.
  2. The study should lead to a bachelor's degree or a master's degree.
  3. If the internship is an integrated part of a course, earning the standard number of ECTS credits, you may stay at the dorm during that period of time.
  4. At occupation the maximum duration of the stay at the dorm is the remaining time of completion plus 1 year.  The maximum duration of the stay at the dorm is rated as the length of your study plus 1 year. A contract that indicates the relocation date is signed on occupation.
  5. Changing your study during your stay at Egmont dormitory, the number of years used on your first study is deducted the total number of years you may stay at the dorm.
  6. When calculating the duration of stay at the dorm, the exchange periods are deducted from the total duration of stay, if the room has been made available to the college in that period.
  7. Nobody above the age of 30 years, or less than one year from graduation his/her studies can be enrolled at the college.
  8. Residents must leave the college at the age of 32.
  9. Couples can only be enrolled and live at the dorm, if one meets all the requirements for admission and the other is studying and meets the age requirement (see Section 7 and 8).
  10. Housing options for students enrolled in 4 + 4 systems toward a Ph.D. follow Section 4, although one must be receiving SU (Student Benefits) or similar to stay at the dorm.
  11. In exceptional cases, i.e. prolonged illness, there may be granted an exemption from the rules above.