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Large, new buildings on the University of Copenhagen's four campus areas

By the end of 2012, ten large construction projects to the tune of DKK 6.5 billion were being planned, designed or executed at the University of Copenhagen. Most of these construction activities will be carried out and completed before or during the course of 2017 when all of the faculties will be installed on the four campus areas. However, the North Campus Science City will continue to be developed until 2020.

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North Campus 

Copenhagen Science City

North Campus

The entire North Campus will be developed between 2011 and 2020
Go to the project's website for further details

   

New buildings for the Faculty of Science: The Niels Bohr Building


Opening for use at the beginning of 2017

   


Development of the Panum complex for the Faculty of Health Sciences: The Mærsk Tower

Opening for use in 2016
Go to the project's website for further details

   

New buildings for the Faculty of Health Sciences: Pharma Science Centre

Opening for use at the end of 2015



City Campus

New Natural History Museum


Opening for use in 2019. The exhibition opens in 2020.
Go to the project's website for further details



South Campus

New buildings for the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Theology: The University of Copenhagen on Amager 3 (KUA 3)

Opening for use in the winter of 2016-2017



Frederiksberg Campus

New buildings for the Faculty of Science: Copenhagen Plant Science Centre


Opening for use at the beginning of 2016
Go to the project's website for further details

   

New buildings for the Forest School in Nødebo

Opening for use at the beginning of 2016