International House Copenhagen

International House Copenhagen is a good place to meet other international citizens.

Here you can participate in the weekly free Leisure Guidance together with other international citizens and get help finding your way round the leisure activities of the city. In International House you can also pop in to the free events for international citizens that regularly take place in the house.

The events in International House are good for networking and for finding relevant information. The subjects are all the different practical issues, that are important when you are a new resident in Denmark, such as banking and insurance. In addition, there are events focusing on creating a network - for example in the workplace, through volunteering, through hobbies and leisure activities.

Look out for current events on www.ihcph.kk.dk and on facebook.com/internationalhousecopenhagen.

Welcome Reception

The City of Copenhagen welcomes new international citizens at the Town Hall 31 August.

Here you can meet representatives from a wide range of clubs, museums, culture houses and associations.

Uppercut Dance Theater will perform, and the Mayor of Culture and Leisure Department, Carl Christian Ebbesen will give a welcome speech.

There will be a lot of activities for children such as face painting, small performances, treasure hunt with fine prizes just to mention a few activities. We’ll be serving the famous ‘City Hall Pancakes’. Everyone is welcome, so please make sure to spread the word!

Read more and sign up at www.ihcph.dk

Film clubs in libraries and cultural centres

Film clubs and cultural centres are a great way to meet people.

”Verdenskulturcentret” are hosting an international film club where you can see Danish quality film with English subtitles once every third weeks. There is also an international cinema in "Huset Kbh”

Leisure Guidance

International House offers free personal guidance to culture and leisure life in Copenhagen.

Once a week International House offers free personal guidance to culture and leisure life in Copenhagen. Leisure Guidance is for you if you are looking for specific leisure activities for yourself or your children or who simply wants an overall presentation of the offers in Copenhagen. It is also for you if you are interested in volunteering.

Everybody is welcome. Sign up: www.ihcph.dk.

Talk clubs (snakkeklubber)

Several libraries have talk clubs and language cafes.

The clubs offers you an opportunity to expand your network, to have a good time with other international citizens and to have informal conversations where you practice Danish and other languages. Admission is free of charge.

Nørrebro Library

English talk club at Nørrebro Library and Community Center (Nørrebro) every Wednesday.

  • When: Wednesday at 16.00-18.00
  • Where: Bragesgade 8B, 2200 København N
  • Contact: Delair på salih@kff.kk.dk

More info about the talk club at Nørrebro Library at bibliotek.kk.dk

Husum Library

There is a language cafe and a talk club at Husum Bibliotek.

  • When: The Language cafe is Tuesday at 16.30-18.00 and the Talk Club is Thursday at 16.30-18.30
  • Where: Frederiksundsvej 290, 2700 brønshøj

Find more information about talk clubs at bibliotek.kk.dk.

Østerbro Library

Let's Talk Conversation Group.

Meetup.com

At the portal meetup.com you will find a large number of networks and groups for international citizens in and around Copenhagen.