As an applicant you must apply in accordance with the following criteria:
- All residents must be enrolled at SDU as students – bachelor, master’s or PhD students – or be employed as a post doc. PhD students and post docs will generally only be offered double rooms.
- When the hall of residence is first occupied, approximately 200 residents will be Danish students and approximately 100 residents will be international students. The allocation between Danish and international students can be modified by a resolution of the hall of residence board.
- Accommodation in the hall of residence will be offered to students with good qualifications, who are active in their studies, and who have demonstrated their aptitude for studying.
- International students will be accepted as full-degree students at master’s level or as mobility students taking one or more subjects at master’s level. Full-degree students have priority over mobility students. International students must be active in their studies and must not be behind schedule in their study period.
- To a limited extent, accommodation in the hall of residence may also be offered to new students. During a phasing-in period, however, the numbers should be kept at a relatively modest level.
- On completion of final exams, if terminating studies or when no longer employed, cf. item 1, hall of residence accommodation must be vacated as soon as possible, and within three months at most. Any student who does not comply with the requirements of items 3 or 4 will be given an ultimatum for compliance within a time limit of 6 months. Failure to comply will result in removal from the hall of residence as soon as possible, and within three months at most.