Learn and experience Denmark and Europe through forward-thinking academic study abroad programs and courses, integrated study tours across Europe, unique accommodation options and an extensive cultural immersion program at Danish Institute for Stu...
I gained new friends, knowledge, met so many great professionals and teachers, I learned about a new culture and city I probably never would've had interest in before
- CUNY - Brooklyn College
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Learn and experience Denmark and Europe through forward-thinking academic study abroad programs and courses, integrated study tours across Europe, unique accommodation options and an extensive cultural immersion program at Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS). You can pursue your personal academic interests by choosing courses from over 20 programs including: Architecture, Biomedicine, Child Development & Diversity, Communication, Environmental Science of the Arctic, European Humanities, European Politics, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Global Economics, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, International Business, Justice & Human Rights, Medical Practice & Policy, Neuroscience, Prostitution & the Sex Trade, Psychology, Publics Health, Sociology, Sustainability in Europe, Urban Design, and Urban Studies in Europe.
DIS offers 3-week 3-credit and 4-week 4-credit courseswithin a variety of academic fields. Students can choose to enroll in one course for 3-4 credits in each session. In Session I, the courses run for 3 weeks in Copenhagen. In Session II and III, the courses include a 5-day study tour in Europe.
Semester program students must take at least 12 credits and may take up to 18, including no more than five 3- credit classes (or three 3-credit and one 6-credit class).
DIS– Danish Institute for Study Abroad, founded in 1959, has 50 years of experience in offering high quality study abroad programming in Copenhagen, taught in English for upper division U.S. undergraduate students. DIS is a non-profit educational foundation governed by an external board of directors. It is tuition driven, but receives a subsidy from the Danish government.
Relevant Study Subject(s):
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies