Clubs and associations

Photo: Astrid Degerbøl

DTU has a wide range of various clubs and associations for both students and staff. 

The following list includes a selection of the various clubs and associations with links to their respective websites—please note that some of the websites might be in Danish.

For further information please contact the club or association directly.


For a comprehensive list of all PF clubs, please follow this link.

DTU's Art Association

The purpose of DTU’s Art Association is to explore art and artistic expression, and by so doing impart an artistic dimension to students and staff at DTU. The association arranges exhibitions and events throughout the year. Contact them on

DTU Choir

The DTU Choir is a university choir for students and staff. The choir is led by Peter Spies, an accomplished composer, musician, and choirmaster. Choir practice every Tuesday from 5 - 6.30 p.m. in the Glass Hall in Building 101 on Lyngby Campus. If you would like to  join the choir, just show up for rehearsal on a Thursday evening. Follow the choir on Facebook.


    Meeting place and inspirational forum for employees and students who are interested in piano music. The members of PianoForum DTU are accomplished beginners who enjoy meeting likeminded peers and play, listen and discuss. The repertoire typically includes classical music, Jazz and improvisations. You don’t have to be a virtuoso to become a member, but you have to be a bit above beginner level. For more information, please contact Professor Ole Christensen from DTU Compute.


    HypatiaWomen in Engineeringis a network for all women connected to DTU. Hypatia is working towards strengthening its members’ personal networks, both socially and professionally. The network is run by students or recently graduated female engineers.

    XFM student radio

    DTU students have had their own radio station since 1987, run by volunteers. If you would like to join them, please write to, follow them on Facebook, or go to the website (which, unfortunately, is in Danish).