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How to order your Student Card

As a new student you can order your Student Card here

To order a Student Card, you will need a temporary login. Once you accept your study place, you will receive a login within a week. If you have a Danish 'NemID', you will be able to order your Student Card 1-2 weekdays after accepting the study place.

Please note your examination number

Once you have ordered your Student Card, your examination number will appear. You will need this number to gain access to SDU's IT facilities.

To gain acces to SDU's IT facilities you will have to reset your password using your examination number and your CPR-number.

We recommend that you note your examination number. It will also appear on the receipt which you receive once you have ordered your Student Card.

If you face any problems

If you haven't received a login, if you lack your receipt, or if you face any other problems ordering your Student Card or gaining access to our IT facilities, please call our helpdesk on +45 6550 2990 - we will help you along.

If you have lost your card

If you have lost your Student Card, you can collect a new one.

Students on Campus Odense can collect a new card from IT services next to Student Services

Students in one of the other campus cities or in Winsløwparken can collect a new Student Card at the local attendant office

You have ordered a student card – how do you obtain it?

That depends on the programme you are studying and in which campus city you are situated. Choose your campus city below and find all the relevant info. 

SDU Esbjerg
  • Bachelor's or Master's student: Collect your student card in Student Services. Student Services are located on your right when you use the main entrance. The opening hours are between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
  • Lifelong learning student: Your student card will be sent to your address as listed in the Danish national register.
SDU Sønderborg/Flensburg
  • Bachelor's or Master's student: Collect your student card in Student Services. Student Services are located on the first floor of building C. The opening hours are between 8 a.m. and 12.30.
  • Lifelong learning student: Your student card will be sent to your address as listed in the Danish national register.
SDU Kolding
  • Bachelor's or Master's student: Collect your student card in Student Services. Student Services are located on the second floor to the right of the main entrance (entrance C). The opening hours are between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
  • Lifelong learning student: Your student card will be sent to your address as listed in the Danish national register.
SDU Odense

Student card delivery depends on the type of programme you are going to be studying on:

  • Engineering students: You must collect your student card by the big cobber staircase in connection with study start on 1 February between 10-10.45
  • Students at Science or Humanities: You must collect your student card at Campustorvet in connection with study start on 31 January between 15-16.
  • Students at Business and Social Sciences: You must collect your student card at Campustorvet in connection with study start – 1 February, between 13-16.
  • Lifelong learning students: Your student card will be sent to your address as listed in the Danish national register.

If you are prevented from meeting up at the above mentioned times, or if you do not fit in the above mentioned groups - you can collect your student card at Student Services. Opening hours are as followed:

Monday – Friday from 8-18.
Saturday from 9-13.


SDU Slagelse
  • Bachelor's or Master's student: Collect your student card in Student Services. Student Services are located on the first floor to the right of the main entrance (entrance C). The opening hours are between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
  • Lifelong learning student: Your student card will be sent to your address as listed in the Danish national register.

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