Last updated on 2017-06-07

Get Involved - Organisations run by the students

To make the most of the time you spend at ITU, it might be a good idea to get involved in some of the student-run initiatives. They contribute to the great study environment at the ITU, and below you can get an idea of what they do and how to contact them.


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The Student Council

The Student Council consists of students from every field of study at the university, and is run by students. The Student Council works to promote student interests and improve students’ political, professional, and social conditions at the ITU.




The university’s party committee is named ScrollBar. They are all volunteers and they run the university’s Friday bar. They also arrange the theme parties in the course of the semester. You can read more about the activities, what it requires to be a part of ScrollBar, and how to become a part of it.


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Analog is the IT University’s student café where you can have a nice cup of coffee and chat with your fellow students. Analog is also a good place to do group work if you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere. The café is run by student volunteers, so this is another place to get involved in creating a positive study environment at the IT University. You find the Analog café next to the Information desk.
Learn more about volunteering at



The student organisation GATEWAY strives to create a welcoming environment for new as well as current students at ITU.
They want to help you get to know new people through social activities based on your interests and overall improve the social and cultural atmosphere at ITU.
They do so by arranging a number of events each semester together with other student volunteers.

Learn more about them and how to join:


ITU Designers

We bring together students at ITU who are passionate about UI, UX and Graphic Design regardless of their programme.
We want to help our members to get their dream job once they leave ITU, both by building and expanding their portfolio, and by introducing them to CEOs of Design agencies in CPH.

Go to or contact Martin Stelzig Danty ( for more information.


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ITU Innovators

ITU Innovators is a voluntary student-driven organisation that facilitates and support entrepreneurship among ITU students. From the very beginning, the mission has been to encourage start-ups and entrepreneurial bottoms-up innovation within the ITU peer network through events, meet-ups, development projects and the like.
Learn more:


Venture Cup

Venture Cup is a non-profit organisation that helps students turn their academic ideas into a business. Venture Cup organises two idea competitions every year to facilitate entrepreneurship among university students. ITU Innovators is responsible for running the membership and involving the students in activities provided by Venture Cup. 

Read more about ITU joining Venture Cup


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ITU.Film is ITU’s student driven cinema, screening free moving pictures whether it be documentaries, movies, series or films


MODEM - ITU radio

Modem - ITU Student Radio

Modem is the ITU student online radio. Visit their website or facebook page to tune in on the radio and podcast previously aired radio shows.
Website and streaming:



CampusCup is the student union arranging the annual kayak beerrace in Emil Holms Kanal which is a collaborative event between ITU and KUA.
Read more about participating or how to get involved at the website or on facebook.



ITU LAN is a biannual gaming event at the IT University. Hosted by the ITU LAN Organizers and held in the spring and autumn of each year. The event has a growing crowd and a increasing amount of sponsors.
If you want to know more or want to know how to get involved see the links below.



ITU Football Club is for everyone from the ITU, WHO wants to play football. You do not need to be Messi or Ronaldo - it's just about having fun and meeting fellow students.

AIESEC - Youth Leadership Development

AIESEC is the world’s largest student run organisation with committees in more than 124 countries and over 2.400 universities worldwide. By becoming a member you will have the opportunity to develop various skill sets and your leadership potential, as well as becoming part of this global network.

Public Lectures

The IT University often hosts lectures by both in-house and external experts from Denmark and abroad, and students are very welcome. Lectures will be advertised in the readIT newsletter and the intranet calendar.