International citizens and companies deserve the best start
04 July 2013
Society and living
The new initiative “the International House Copenhagen” aims to strengthen the attraction, greeting, and retention of international citizens and companies, making it a greater experience to work, study and live in Copenhagen.
The new International House Copenhagen is a collaboration between the City of Copenhagen, the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital and a number of public authorities and private companies. It offers help with paperwork, job hunting, networking, and general settling in. Furthermore, international researchers employed at the University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen University Hospital can rent a flat in the house for a short period of time.
“Copenhagen must attract more international talents from abroad and that is why we have just opened the International House. Here, newcomers are able to get all the information and assistance they need in order to get settled in Copenhagen and the Danish society and expand their professional and social network,”
says Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen.
The house is located on Gyldenløvesgade 11, Copenhagen K and is open Mon-Tues-Thurs-Fri 10.00-16.00 and Wed 12.00-18.00.
Read more about the International House Copenhagen here