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Student associations at SDU Kolding

Associations at SDU Kolding

If you want to establish or register a student organisation at SDU, contact

Studenternetværket (student network) is an organisation taking care of students at SDU Kolding. The network supports student life at SDU Kolding.

Website (in Danish): studenternetvæ

Contact: formand@studenternetvæ

Ubåden (submarine) is the students café at SDU Kolding.

Find Café Ubåden on Facebook:

HAU is the network association for design enthusiasts in Kolding. Our goal is to promote knowledge, competences and skills within the field of design. We do this by building bridges between the different design programmes, by sharing knowledge and by offering various events, courses and workshops within design.

Curious? Please contact: 
Astrid Maria Sørensen: 
Mobile: +45 2217 3263


The Critical Pulse is a non-profit online magazine. The magazine was published for the first time in 2020. It aims to be a critical fashion platform where young students and experts can inform on various topics.

The magazine focuses on essential topics such as inclusivity, diversity, sustainability, social justice, intersectional feminism and decolonization. The editorial team consists of students and volunteers from Denmark, Canada and many other places.
The magazine contains only well-documented and peer-reviewed articles on current fashion topics, but also reviews of books, films, TV series, exhibitions and events.

Would you like to contribute with graphic work? Be part of the SoMe team or the editorial team? Or have your article featured in the magazine?
Contact us at:

In connection with the student associations' planning and execution of social work activities, there are various units and staff at SDU Kolding that may be relevant to get in touch with. If you want to know more, write to


Student associations across SDU's campusses

If you want to establish or register a student organisation at SDU, contact
This applies to both joint organisations and faculty organisations.

RUST is the student magazine, which is based in Odense. The magazine is also sent out to SDU’s other campuses.

Klimahave SDU
The Climate Garden community is for SDU’s students, staff and researchers, and the garden can thus be a gathering point for people from across studies and education programmes to meet and exchange ideas and thoughts about the topics below.
The purpose of the Climate Garden is to provide the framework for a community at SDU in which climate, environment, sustainability and biodiversity are the central focus.
In the Climate Garden community, there will be garden events and workshops with the world goals in focus. For a small fee, members can also rent their own pallet frame in the Climate Garden, which they can use to grow various herbs and vegetables. In addition, there will also be the opportunity to create initiatives such as insect hotels, beehives and permaculture beds. 

MIT Odense - The Association for Medical Innovation and Technology
Target audience: For students at SDU who seek to develop innovative, entrepreneurial, technological and management-oriented skills and engage in interdisciplinary work on solving societal and healthcare issues.
Purpose: The purpose of MIT Odense is to establish a network of students across disciplines who want to cultivate and facilitate a broad interdisciplinary community with a view to solving major issues affecting future society and the healthcare sector.
Vision: Health innovation is complex and requires skills from many disciplines. Our vision is to create a culture that is built on interdisciplinarity and innovation, thereby ensuring a space for people to meet across academic groups and get involved in technological development. In this way, we ensure need-driven innovation in which the need is based on how we can benefit society through development, validation and optimisation of these processes, including infrastructural/political changes that create a better framework for innovation and public-private collaboration. Hopefully, we will help shape the quality of research, increase the entrepreneurial attributes of students and build a bridge between academia and industry.
Activities: We offer lectures, workshops and events in collaboration with academics and industry that touch on innovation and interdisciplinarity. We also facilitate opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and research, including opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate projects.

Website (in Danish):

Nedenunder - Fredagsbaren på Campusvej
At over 800 m2, Nedenunder (which in English means ‘downstairs’) is probably Denmark’s largest Friday bar and is located at Entrance C on Campusvej 55. It is important for SDU that students have the opportunity to get to know each other across faculties, studies and year groups. For this reason, the bar was built in 2012 in a size that could accommodate all faculties on Campusvej. However, Nedenunder quickly became so popular that it was already having capacity problems when the Faculty of Engineering moved to Campusvej. As a result, the venue was greatly extended in 2017, so that there is again room for everyone.

Today, Nedenunder is the social gathering place where every Friday you can meet your fellow students from across the University’s many subject areas and where during the other six days of the week there are often other kinds of student events such as revues, stand-up, concerts, etc.

Find Nedenunder on Facebook or drop in with your fellow students the next time it’s open.

SDU Gaming
SDU Gaming is a collective social association for students from all University education programmes. We arrange gaming-related events. In addition, we help students find fellow players to strengthen the social community at SDU through gaming.

Find SDU Gaming on Facebook.

Syddanske Studerende
Syddanske Studerende is your student council at the University of Southern Denmark. They fight for the students’ cause on a daily basis and to create a safe environment, both socially and academically. Throughout the year, they organize many different types of events for the students. Among other things. The semester start party that every September helps kick off the semester properly. The study start fair, which shows students what opportunities they have both at and outside the university. Well-being week, which is a whole week with a focus on well-being, where there are communal meals, lectures and fun. In May, the annual Institute competition is held, where a day is set aside for competition and fun with your fellow students.

Read more at and keep up to date by following them on Facebook.

SDU Skiklub

We are an association run by snow-loving students. Our main job is to arrange ski trips for SDU students and their friends, partners and acquaintances. Our ski trips focus on quality and wide-ranging skiing and socialising. Therefore, we choose destinations that cater for every taste. Whether you are completely new to skiing, a true piste racer, a crazy freestyler or pro freerider, you are welcome! Because we travel to different places as SDU, we have a unique opportunity to get to know each other across education programmes. We therefore attach great importance to arranging events during the trips that create social relations between the travellers. This can be anything from guided piste tours and adventure races to pub crawls and club100.

Find SDU Skiklub on Facebook:

SDU Yogaklub

We want to create a yoga community for students, staff and alumni at SDU. This is in part because it is important for your health to check in with your body and mind – and not least to check in with your fellow human beings and surroundings in an atmosphere of acceptance and awareness. Yoga is a unique discipline that offers fundamental life values, reflective philosophy and physical practice. We would like to share the knowledge we have acquired through our study of yoga with you. We will give you the opportunity to integrate yoga into your own life, to the extent that you feel makes sense for you and your quality of life. Namaste.

Find SDU Yogaklub on Facebook:

Southern Danish Academic Hunting Association (SAJ)

The Southern Danish Academic Hunting Association (SAJ) is for students and staff at SDU with an interest in hunting and outdoor life. We want to promote hunting among young people, which we do through our hunting license course and various events. We have helped over 500 hunters attain their hunting license. At SAJ, the focus is on the social aspect of hunting, and we hold annual wild game dinners, fishing trips, working days, competitions and much more.

Find SAJ on Facebook:

 ESN Odense (Erasmus Student Network)

ESN works for the creation of a more mobile and flexible education environment by supporting and developing student exchange from different levels as well as providing an intercultural experience for students who cannot access a period abroad (‘internationalisation at home’).

Find ESN Odense on Facebook:

Frit Forum Odense

Frit Forum is a political student organisation with a distinct social democratic value base.

Visit the association’s website (in Danish):

Conservative Students (KS), Odense

Your right-wing student political organisation at SDU. We fight for free research and for SDU to be governed without political world goals, identity politics and so on. The association is for all right-wing students, and it is not a requirement to be active in youth politics outside the University. If you are right-wing minded, and if you want to help make the University more right-wing minded, join KS today.

Find KS on Facebook: 

Syddanske Studerende

Syddanske Studerende is your student council at the University of Southern Denmark. They fight for the students’ cause on a daily basis so that SDU has the best study environment in Denmark by promoting collaboration between various associations and their association networks, as well as their elected representatives in all councils and boards at SDU, who ply the association with the latest news and activities at all levels of the University.

Read more at and keep up to date by following them on Facebook.

Guide to ordering materials

Student associations have two options:

1) Student associations can order themselves from the Graphic Center (please note the in-voicing fee of DKK 125 ex. VAT)
Student associations can contact and order internally via the association’s contact. In this case, there is no charge.

To order via, please send an email containing the following:

  • What material is to be ordered (see webshop)
  • Specifications: quantity, size and image file, if applicable
  • Preferred date for collection from the Graphic Center
  • Which analysis number is to be invoiced

If you have any questions about the above, please contact

In connection with the student associations' planning and execution of social work activities, there are various units and staff at SDU Odense that may be relevant to get in touch with. If you want to know more, write to

Last Updated 11.09.2023