Okay I think you get it now, I got in! I didn’t actually get my first priority but I’m just so glad that I got in to Copenhagen University so I didn’t have to travel to another city. It’s so much more convenient since I have my apartment here and well, I love my city! I was told by my parents that 15.000 people have been declined this year, which is apparently more than ever but at the same time each university in Denmark has made room for more people. At Copenhagen University they accepted 500 applicants more than the previous year. So yes, even thought I didn’t get my first priority I got my second and I’m happy. At first I had that small disappointment of course but then I realized I should just be grateful, which I am! If I don’t find this to be the “right” course for me I’ll try and apply for my first priority again next year, but who knows!?

So what will I be studying?
– I applied to study English at Copenhagen University and I’d like to mix it up with some business psychology or language psychology. I at least want something with psychology thrown in the mix later on. Or at least that’s what I’ve planned so far. However I’ve heard from many that they usually change their path as the years goes by so who knows what I’ll end up wanting in the end. One thing I do know is that I do not want to be a teacher! All respect to the ones who does want to be teachers but that’s not for me, I don’t think I’d have the patients with kids like that. It’s just not me. Anyway, yes, English is what I’ll be studying for the next three years (or year if I decide to apply to change next year). I can’t wait to get started it’s just nice to finally have some sort of path to follow, you know?

What was my first priority?
– Well I applied to study English and Organization Communication at Copenhagen Business School, { phew long course name is loooong } , and there were only 70 spots and 600 and something applicants this year and I was unfortunately not one of the lucky ones. So both courses I applied to had their focus on the English language. The difference between this one and the one I got in to is that this is more business oriented and is built up in an entirely different way. The focus is more on business where as my course is more at the English language itself and American/British history.

When will I begin?
I’ve been asked a couple of times when I’ll actually begin and to be honest there are so many different dates with different things happening but I think my first REAL day will be the 3rd of September. Anyway this is what I know so far;



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