11.500 academic and technical-administrative staff
When a street photographer captured these three medical students, Robert Østergaard Jensen, Thomas Otto Iversen and Poul Schlütter (not to be confused with the later prime minister) at Store Torv in 1946, there was a total of 1064 students at the university; 856 men and 208 women. The distribution of these amongst the subjects available at that time was as follows: Arts 146, Medical Science 402, Economics 140, Law 210 and Theology 104, with a further 62 who had yet to choose a subject. On the teaching side in the same year there were 39 professors, 1 senior associate professor, 17 associate professors and teaching medical consultants, together with 51 from other categories, giving a total of 108 teachers. (University History Committee).