Avoid plagiarism at RUC

As a student, it is essential to know the rules concerning plagiarism. Committing plagiarism can have serious implications. … Læs mere...

Expert Committee recommends yet another university reform

Final Expert Committee report recommends major reform of higher education. Our rector disagrees. … Læs mere...

Blog: : RUC and I

In between all the grand thoughts and visions for the future, there is also such a thing as work-life balance. RUSK's new blogger spotlights the issue. … Læs mere...

Rector invited students and staff to a debate on interdisciplinarity

On Thursday, 29 January, Hanne Leth Andersen hosted yet another so-called 'dialogue seminar' – this time to discuss interdisciplinarity. Both staff and students were invited, but it was mostly members of staff that had shown up. … Læs mere...

Four universities, three countries, five years

Taking the plunge into studying abroad is not always easy. Lise Michaela Lodahl plucked up the courage to do it three whole times and tells us here about her experiences. … Læs mere...

Blog: I Went to Harvard WorldMUN – and it Made No Difference

RUC's international student Maria Møller Stoffregen went to Brussel to participate in the prestigious 'Harvard WorldMUN' event. She wasn't impressed. … Læs mere...

Jesper Ryberg: Prized researcher

Monday is the deadline for nominations for Dansk Magisterforening's two research awards. RUC's Jesper Ryberg won one of them in 2012. He is just generally very much a prize-winning professor. … Læs mere...

Blog: Culture shock in Cambridge

Our reporter Louise Axelsen has taken six months' leave from RUSK to study at Cambridge. Instead, she will be blogging during her stay. This is her first post. … Læs mere...

Record-high voter turnout among RUC students

A total of 35.22% RUC students voted in the university elections during election week: the highest university voter turnout in Denmark and the highest since the university board system was introduced in 2003. … Læs mere...

RUC students: We wait too long for our grades

Is it fair to demand that students meet their deadlines, when teachers don't? RUC teachers are struggling to provide grades within the allotted time.  … Læs mere...

The Student Council: It’s all about having influence

Voting for the 2014 RUC elections got underway yesterday. RUSK has interviewed representatives of the two student organisations about their key issues and more. First up is Student Council chairman Drude Rohde. … Læs mere...

Election blog: Less popular subjects should be given more priority

Having a diversified subject offering at RUC is important to the Student Council. Natali Rhode of HumTech and Morten Levinsky of NatSci, both Student Council candidates running for the Academic Council, believe it is … Læs mere...

Frit Forum: “We’re fighting for a better university”

Yesterday, we spoke to Drude Rohde of the Student Council. Today's guest in the hot seat is Morten Slabiak of Frit Forum. We talk with him on key issues, how Frit Forum differ from their political opponents and on … Læs mere...