International activities

DSF participates in international campaigns regarding current educational and social affairs topics. Besides, we have multiple international alliance partners, whom we continuously assist. On this page, you can read about the latest campaigns and projects DSF participates in.


International Students’ Survival Guide To Life in Denmark. The National Union of Students in Denmark have launch The International Student’s Survival Guide to Life in Denmark, in cooperation with Danske Studerendes Andelsselskab and Studenterhuset. The guide is for international students and have tips on how to find a place to live, how to get new Danish friends and many other things.

In DSF, we believe international students are rewarding for both the economy and our studies. The same way we hope that Danish students are received well when they study abroad, we would like to ensure that international students in Denmark are welcomed proper and they have the best possible conditions to settle in Denmark. If you would like more information on this, feel free to contact Julian at julian@dsfnet.dk.


The Palestine project’s focus is to create a Palestinian student organisation. The organisation will take on student rights and fight for the students in regards to social affairs and study environment. Likewise, the hope is that the organisation will further dialogue across the universities in Palestine. Do you want to be a part of the project or just want to hear more, do not hesitate to contact the consultant in DSF, Aja, at aja@dsfnet.dk.


Zimbabwe National Students Union. DSF have a partnership with Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU). The partnership started with a partner identification visit in January 2014 and during the summer 2014, a preliminary study was made. Here the participants from ZINASU and DSF agreed on continuing the partnership and on doing a pilot project together, where the student leaders from Zimbabwe would receive training in management, campaign planning, mobilization, organizing and how to communicate these things to local student leaders. The partnership are still existing and volunteers in Denmark are in charge of the project in cooperation with activists in ZINASU. Do you want to be a part of the project or just want to hear more, do not hesitate to contact the consultant in DSF, Aja, at aja@dsfnet.dk.