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DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring
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Restrictions: Scranton applicants only
Budget Sheets Fall,
Spring
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Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 10/15/2018 10/15/2018 TBA TBA
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Instruction Language: English Language Prereqs.: No prerequisites
Language Courses: Danish/Elementary
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Fields of study:
Art History, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Communication/Media Studies, Criminal Justice, Economics, Environmental Science/Ecology, European Studies, Finance, Gender Studies, Health Sciences, History, International Business, International Studies, Literature, Management, Peace and Justice Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Sociology, Theology/Religious Studies, Women's Studies
Minimum GPA: 3.0 Eligibility-Class: 03 Second Semester Sophomore, 04 Junior, 05 Senior
Credits/Term: 12-18
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Program Type:
Direct Enrollment, US University Study Center
Housing Options: Apartment, Group House, Home Stay
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Meals/Dining:
Meals with family, Prepare own food
Service or Volunteer Opportunites: Service or Volunteer Opportunities
Program Description:
Program Description:
Academic Study Abroad Programs at DIS

Academics at DIS are separated into 24 different programs all contained in this section – each one of the programs focuses on a specific academic field or discipline
Your program at DIS is determined by your choice of a core course (you choose only one)
Core courses include a week-long Program Study Tour to a European destination and a Core Course Week, comprised of a two-day seminar in Copenhagen and three-day short study tour. Both study tours are faculty-led and integrated into the core course curriculum. Some core courses offer multiple study tour options and we do our best to match you with your first preference
Once you have chosen your core course, and therefore program, you are free to choose from over 200 elective courses on offer. This allows you to focus on your major or diversify

Freedom of Choice

Pursue your academic and personal goals abroad. Build your semester by choosing a core course from 24 academic programs, and select from over 250 upper-level elective courses. Your freedom of choice extends to your housing, where you apply to living arrangements that best fit you.

Academic Excellence

Academics at DIS are intellectually stimulating, with courses designed to further your knowledge within your chosen field and inspire intercultural awareness. Challenge yourself to examine issues from different perspectives, raise questions, and debate complex topics through analysis, research, and reflection. Many courses focus on contemporary burning issues; terrorism, migration, economic turmoil, climate change, human rights, and other current topics inspire discussions in the classroom.

Experiential Learning

Theory-based courses with a focus on practice through hands-on learning experiences include field studies, guest lectures, flipped classrooms, practicums, real-life case studies, student research labs, simulation exercises, skill-building workshops, studios, projects with professional critiques, presentations, and showcases. In addition, you have the opportunity to pursue independent research based on your passion.

Europe as Your Classroom

During the semester, you travel with your core course on two course-integrated, faculty-led study tours. These connect you with professionals in the field, as well as locals, who add new cultural perspectives to your understanding of course topics. Core Course Week consists of a study tour in Denmark or a neighboring country, combined with a two-day seminar in Copenhagen. Your core course then travels on a Week-Long Study Tour to a relevant European destination.

Faculty Who Teach What They Do

DIS faculty bring real-life expertise from their field into the classroom. Most work as professionals in the areas they teach, giving you access to resources and networks in Copenhagen and on study tour – such as researchers, health professionals, communication consultants, European politicians, innovative business leaders, cutting-edge architects and designers, entrepreneurs, ground-breaking activists, fascinating historians… and the list goes on!

Supportive Environment

DIS offers academic and student support resources that focus on you as an individual, giving you a foundation upon which to grow during your time abroad. Throughout the semester, academic databases and academic counseling are available to you. Outside of your academics, the DIS Care Team supports your personal well-being by providing student services to help you develop strategies to make the most of your semester.

Cultural Engagement Options

Whether you live in a Homestay, take a Danish Language and Culture course, volunteer at Studenterhuset (Copenhagen’s student union), play on a local sports team, or meet your Visiting Hosts for a Danish smørrebrød lunch; your learning will take place beyond the classroom. Our goal is to help you depart from your semester having built a network and friendships.

"From Vikings to modern medicine – DIS offers you an outstanding
selection of inspiring courses taught by leading experts in their
fields. The vast breadth of courses reflect Europe and Scandinavia
in all of its challenges, complexity, and wonder. Whether your
interest lies in the roots that shaped who we are today or in the
tough decisions of politics and prioritization in the ever-changing
global world, academics at DIS are committed to bringing you a
uniquely European perspective to your studies.”

-Helle Rytkønen, Ph.D., DIS Academic Director

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