To make the most of the time you spend at ITU, it might be a good idea to take advantage of some of the student-run initiatives.
They contribute to the great study environment at the ITU, and below you can get an idea of what they do and how to contact them.
Student Council is the political organisation at the IT University of Copenhagen. It consists of students from every field of study at the university, and is run by students. The Student Council works to promote students’ interests and improve their political, professional, and social conditions at the ITU. Furthermore, they run Student Activity Fund, which supports both professional and social activities improving the study environment.
Read more about Student Council and how you can join in.
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Analog is the IT University’s student café where you can have a nice cup of coffee and chat with your fellow students. Analog is also a good place to do group work if you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere. The café is run by student volunteers, so this is another place to get involved and be a part of creating a positive study environment at ITU. You will find Analog next to the Information desk.
Follow Analog on Facebook and see opening hours here.
Download Analog's App (Google Play/App Store) and get your ticket coupons for coffee digitally.
The university’s party committee and Friday bar is named ScrollBar. The bar opens every Friday at 15.00 and stays open till 2.00, offering a wide range of special brew and drinks. All bartenders are volunteers and they also arrange theme parties in the course of the semester as well.
You will find ScrollBar directly across the Canteen. Read more about ScrollBar and get an overview of upcoming activities.
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ITU Innovators is a voluntary student-driven organisation that facilitates and support entrepreneurship among ITU students. The mission is to encourage start-ups and entrepreneurial bottoms-up innovation within the ITU peer network through events, meet-ups, development projects and similar events.
Read more about ITU Innovators
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ITU Connect's mission is to create an open and enjoyable study environment for both new and present students as well as employees. They organise several different activities during the year, both at ITU and in the city of Copenhagen. It can be movie showings, museum visits or grill events.
ITU Connect encourages everyone who feel like it to join in and be a part of their team or to participate in some of the events during the semester.
Read more about ITU Connect
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RethinkIT is the ecological community at ITU. Our mission is to transform ITU into a leading institution in technological and ecological solutions to the climate crisis. Technology is both a friend and a foe in this challenge and here we discuss and research those solutions that are adequate according to the scientific consensus and the societal changes needed for climate mitigation.
Our projects range from institutional improvement at ITU (less plastic, etc), to practical applications (low impact website, solar powered servers), to theoretical (limits of ecological technology), to having picnics by nature and going for walks.
ITU LAN is organising a gaming event at the IT University every Spring and Autumn. Here, both ITU students and people from outside ITU can participate in larger and smaller tournaments in selected games. ITU LAN is run by volunteers.
Read more about how you can join an event and how you can get involved as a volunteer.
Read more about ITU LAN
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CampusCup aims to bring students from the IT University and Søndre Campus (University of Copenhagen) together through a joyful competition combining Regatta and beerrace in Emil Holm’s canal.
The event takes place every year in September, and everyone can look forward to a fantastic afternoon with entertainment, music and party – no matter if they feel like jumping in the kayak or not. Read more about Campus Cup Follow Campus Cup on Facebook
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