I would gone to Tietgenkollegiet just to stay at their dorm ;) Rent is extremely affordable, approx. $500US / month.
Regardless of your dorm living situation (or lack thereof), it’s hard not to be envious of the students who get to live in Copenhagen’s Tietgen Student Hall (Tietgenkollegiet), a 288,000-square-foot, seven-story building designed as a communal space for residence. Among the building’s features:
- All rooms face outwards, thanks to the building’s circular space (a symbol of its equality and communal nature). That means everyone gets ample natural light.
- The rooms all have energy-efficient floor heating and their own showers and toilets (a big bonus for anyone who has shared a bathroom with their entire dorm hall).
- Every room has either a French window or a balcony.
- 30 kitchens in the building, each of which has four fridges and two stoves.
- A ground floor given over almost entirely to common facilities, including a bike room, two music rooms, a gym, a computer room, a study room, an assembly hall, and an outdoor area for basketball and other sports.
- Three workshops: a sewing workshop, a bike workshop, and a wood workshop.