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|Program Sponsor:||DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia|
|Restrictions:||Scranton applicants only|
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|Instruction Language:||English||Language Prereqs.:||No prerequisites|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10385Fields of study:
|Biomedical Sciences, Counseling and Human Services, Culture, European Studies, Gender Studies, Health Sciences, History, International Studies, Peace and Justice Studies, Psychology, Public Health, Sociology|
|Minimum GPA:||3.0||Eligibility-Class:||03 Second Semester Sophomore|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10386Program Type:
|Foreign University Progam for International Students|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10395Meals/Dining:
|Prepare own food|
|Service or Volunteer Opportunites:||Service or Volunteer Opportunities|
Study abroad with DIS and pursue a dream summer. Courses with field components and study tours are designed to engage you academically and culturally.
SPENDING YOUR SUMMER WITH DIS
- Flexibility! DIS sessions are of varying length, with different start and end dates. You choose which courses and sessions are best suited to your academic goals.
- Earn credits. DIS offers courses across a wide array of disciplines. You can earn between 3 and 12 credits, and choose to enhance your major or try something new.
- Copenhagen as your home, Europe as your classroom. Most sessions include course-integrated study tours to relevant locations in Europe that further your perspectives on course topics.
- Stimulating, cutting-edge courses. Taught with a focus on interaction and real-life experience, all courses feature field studies in Copenhagen to bring classroom discussions to life.
- No hidden costs. DIS provides you with housing, study tours, and field studies, as well as your other needs such as course reading materials and textbooks, an Arrival Workshop, and 24-hour emergency support.
Our summer calendar makes it easy to mix and match sessions and stay for the amount of time that is right for you. Choose from three-, four-, or seven-week sessions, or combine sessions to stay up to 10 weeks. You can earn up to 12 credits over your summer.
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | May 21 - June 9
Behavioral Economics: European Case Studies
Business Start-up + Lab (Note: This course runs over Session 1 and 2, for 6 credits total)
Children with Special Needs
Corporate Social Responsibility: Business or Ethics?
Enemy Within, The: Spies, Espionage, and the Cold War
Health Delivery and Prioritization
Human Health and Disease: A Clinical Approach
Human Trafficking in a Global Context
Meaning of Style
Neuroscience of Personal Identity
New Media and Changing Communities
Nordic Art in the Studio
Psychology of Criminal Behavior
Psychology of Human Sexuality
Social Brain, The: Neuropsychology of Social Behaviors
Sports Medicine: Performance and Fatigue
Stolen Childhoods: Migrant and Refugee Children in Europe
Storytelling Through Photography
Strategies for Urban Livability
Session 2 (Session 2 courses include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Copenhagen.)
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | June 12 - July 1
Business Start-up + Lab
Session 3 (Session 3 courses span four weeks, include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Copenhagen.)
4 Weeks | 4 Credits | July 3 - July 29
7 Weeks | 7 or 9 Credits | June 12 - July 29
You will enroll in a 6-credit studio course with a 1-credit Visual Journal corequisite that runs simultaneously. For Furniture Design Studio, the corequisite is a 3-credit lecture course.
DIS has a cross-disciplinary studio approach. You will study and work on project-based assignments alongside students from all disciplines and levels of design and architecture.
Study Tour to Finland-Sweden or Norway-Sweden:
Architecture Design Studio + Visual Journal
Architecture Foundations Studio + Visual Journal
Interior Architecture Studio + Visual Journal
Urban Design Studio + Visual Journal
Study Tour to Finland-Sweden:
Graphic Design Studio + Visual Journal
Graphic Design Foundations Studio + Visual Journal
Furniture Design Studio + Furniture Design in Scandinavia
DIS HOUSING OPTIONS
DIS housing provides the opportunity to be independent and focus on your academic experience, while living in local neighborhoods in the Copenhagen area.
You will either live in a Residential Community or a Kollegium, providing you with a comfortable base for your study abroad experience. DIS housing allows you to live independently and be self-reliant, by cooking your own meals and taking the initiative to meet new people. You will live with a local Social & Residential Advisor (SRA) alongside fellow DIS students and/or Danish and international students.
Visit disabroad.org/cph-housing-summer for more details about DIS summer housing options.
Study Abroad Summer: Programs & Courses
Study abroad at DIS allows you to pursue a dream summer. You have the opportunity to engage and immerse while living in a new home. Courses with field components and extracurricular offerings are designed for you to maximize your time both academically and culturally. You can further your academic goals through a wide range of courses and explore Copenhagen through course related field studies (Session 1) and travel in Europe on a course integrated study tour (Session 2). Whether you choose Session 1, Session 2, or both sessions, DIS faculty and staff are committed to helping you meet your learning objectives through cutting-edge academic topics and your personal goals by thoughtful designed co-curricular programming and student services. For information on courses, please click: summer courses.
Housing during Summer Study Abroad
DIS guarantees housing to all students who request (and have paid for) DIS-arranged housing. The deadline for requesting summer housing is one month before the arrival date, but the sooner you sign up for housing the better. During the summer, Kollegium and DIS Residential Communities are the two housing options.
DIS Residential Community (DRC):
This is a residence hall in which you live with fellow DIS students. The facilities are all relatively centrally located and furnished. The sizes vary and two or more students often share a room. You will either share a kitchenette and a bathroom with your roommates, or share a common kitchen and bathrooms with fellow DIS students living in the same building. You will experience a great social life connected to your academic environment. More on DIS Residential Communities.
This is a residence hall in which you live with Danish and international students that are attending courses at local universities around Copenhagen. As European universities usually do not have campuses, the rooms in the different kollegiums used by DIS are shared between many Danish universities and colleges, thus allowing you to meet a variety of students from many disciplines and backgrounds.
Something to keep in mind is that Danish students tend to be older that the typical American college student. It is normal in Denmark to be in your late 20’s or early 30’s and still be in school. Second, kollegiums are not operated by universities or colleges – they are free standing organizations. This means that they are not located on campuses, but rather outside the city center area. Please also note that all of our kollegiums are co-ed. You will never share a room (if you live in a double room) with someone of the opposite gender, but in some of the kollegiums you will share the bathroom and you will always live in co-ed halls.