Research, education and the dissemination of knowledge are the University’s core activities. To handle the foundation and the facilities, a number of administrative and technical functions are tied to the University on various levels and involving many different tasks.
The Central Administration carries out tasks for the whole of the University by making tools and expertise available for the administrative work at faculties and departments. The Central Administration is in charge of a variety of operations and services, contact with the authorities as well as legality, strategy, knowledge sharing and shared systems and infrastructure.
- Campus Service
Building, construction and facility management at the University and with external partners.
Staff development, management and organisation. Staff administration and payroll Occupational health and safety, personnel policy and holiday home rentals.
- Rector's Office
Servicing and support of management forums, general law, practice committees etc.
- Research & Innovation
Knowledge, consultancy and guidance about IPR, commercialisation, EU programmes, external funding and entrepreneurship.
- UCPH Communication
Internal and external communication on the University's general level, website and app development as well as support for communication efforts at the University.
- University Education Services
Student guidance, SU administration, study statistics, miscellaneous administrative tasks and skills development of former students.
- University Finance
Budget, accounting, procurement and controlling, including ERP systems.
- University IT
Shared service, operational and development tasks within IT and telecoms.
The faculties' administrative units (faculty secretariats) deal with programme administration and quality development of programmes as well as administration across departments. You can find more information about faculty administration on the faculties' own websites.
Department secretariats provide administrative support to department management, academic staff and study boards. This is where the primary user and employee contact is. You can find more information about department secretariats on the departments' own websites.
The University's physical operations (building maintenance, janitors, cleaning, room booking, audio-visual equipment etc.) are handled by three service centres, which cover all University premises. The operational areas are placed under the faculties’ organisation – however, the operations of Campus Service City is run by Campus Service.
- Contact information to the service centres (in Danish)