Apply for Summer 2021 Sessions

DIS Plans to Welcome Students for Summer 2021

If you have plans to study with DIS for summer 2021, we look forward to welcoming you to Scandinavia!

Through observation, reflection, and real life experiences, you open your eyes to an entirely new type of knowledge. For me, it was these findings that truly shaped my time in Scandinavia and my character moving forward.

Owen, University of Minnesota

Enjoy the Flexibility of the DIS Summer Calendar

Build your study abroad experience around your summer plans. With several different sessions offered throughout the summer, you can pick the timing that suits you best. See our summer 2021 sessions.

When I saw the option to explore a topic that I had never been taught before, I knew I had to take it.

Nash, Yale University

Apply With Ease

Our deadline to apply for summer 2021 has been extended to May 1. You can get started now and we will walk you through the process. Begin by finding application details here.

We understand that extra flexibility is important while uncertainty around COVID-19 remains. As a result, our Cancellation & Refund Policy allows you to cancel your DIS enrollment any time prior to Arrival Day and receive a full refund. Read more about Cancellation and Change Fees.

Summer scholarships are available! Learn more about scholarship opportunities and apply.

DIS Commitment to Student Safety

Our students are our top priority. DIS has extensive emergency response and contingency plans in place and has adjusted programming in light of local health guidance with the aim of keeping our students, staff, and faculty, as safe as possible.

Read more about DIS planning in regards to COVID-19.

How Scandinavia is Successfully Handling the Pandemic

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Denmark and Sweden flattened the curve, ensuring that the healthcare systems were not overcapacity. Now it’s about navigating a new normal. Get a glimpse into daily life through DIS staff and their personal perspectives.

Stay in Contact with Your University’s Study Abroad Office

We encourage you to be in contact with your home university, as their policies for study abroad could change during this time.