UCL Buddy Signup

Become a buddy for an exchange student next semester.

As a buddy, you will be the exchange students' first contact in Denmark.

As a UCL buddy you will help exchange students by answering their questions and guiding them in the exploration of the local culture.


Do you want to become a Buddy?

Why become a buddy?

It's a great idea to become a buddy, as you will become a part of an international study enviroment on campus, where you can develop your intercultural competences and improve your language skills, while meeting students from around the World.

Buddy tasks:

  • Contacting students before their arrival
  • Picking up students at the train station
  • Showing students around the city and the campus
  • Organizing social and cultural activities

Benefits of becoming a buddy:

  • Improved soft skills (problem solving, event planning, etc.)
  • Improved language skills
  • Broader network both in and outside Denmark
  • Special events and trainings for buddies

This activity is volunteer-based. After you sign up, you will be contacted by the responsible coordinator. You will then be invited to attend a buddy training, in order to prepare you to welcome the new students.

Are you ready?

Fill out the form below with your information and we will get back to you soon.

Elena Federle International Konsulent

UCL Buddy Signup


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About being a Buddy


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We will review you application as soon as we have received it. In order to be a buddy, you must be currently enrolled at UCL University College and be in Denmark in January 2024.
Your data will be used by the international office for the sole purpose of the buddy project. We will not forward your information to any third party and will retain information for up to 2 years from the end of your participation in the project. If you wish for your data to be permanently deleted, please write to international@ucl.dk. Be aware that the deletion of your data during your participation in the project can result in your immediate exclusion from the project