Introduction > Campus and facilities
The University is a central part of Copenhagen – the capital of Denmark. The University has four campus areas in the city: North Campus (Nørre Campus), City Campus, South Campus (Søndre Campus) and Frederiksberg Campus.
The premises range from the historic buildings and library at Frue Plads, through the plant world of the Botanical Gardens, to high-technology laboratories and auditoriums and the new eco-friendly Green Lighthouse. University of Copenhagen is working towards becoming one of Europe’s most eco-friendly campus areas.
Sustainability initiatives at the University of Copenhagen
Museums and gardens
The University is home to some of the city's most exiting museums and gardens
The University campus features several departments of the University Library