This year marked the first DIS Refugee Program, an initiative to help highly skilled refugees integrate into the Danish labor market.
DIS Faculty Helle Pagter screens her documentary, “Travels to the Dance Within (Dansen i os),” at Copenhagen’s Ballet Festival 2018.
DIS faculty members select students who exemplify engaged learners to receive the Academic Excellence award for their program. Last spring, DIS Faculty selected students that demonstrated motivation and intelligence in their courses, fostered collaborative learning environments,…
Even though you are flying across the world to study abroad in Scandinavia, it doesn’t mean you can’t bring your extracurricular interests with you. Spring 2018 student Kate S. not only continued to explore her interest…
DIS welcomed Pediatric Neurologist Karl Sallin to speak at one of the Academic Seminars hosted in the spring semester.
Every year, DIS Copenhagen holds an event for families who have opened their doors to our students for a minimum of five semesters.
Benno Lüders represented DIS at this year’s educational roundtable at Nordic Game Jam StartUp Conference at the IT University of Copenhagen.
At the End of the Semester Showcase, students presented their final research projects, photo exhibitions, videos, and art installations to host families, friends and classmates, DIS staff and faculty.
Tommy Heisz, author of Den spanske syge (The Spanish Flu), tells the story of how this terrible disease affected people in Denmark.
This spring, DIS hosted the biannual International Educators Workshop (IEW) at DIS Stockholm, welcoming a wonderful group of education abroad professionals, advisors, and faculty from 16 partner institutions.
DIS staff held a remembrance ceremony with Pomona University and Stonehill College students to remember Leah and Linsey.
Samantha Horowitz, full-year student from Wake Forest’s Global AWAKEnings program, and Ryan Wakat, a 2013 DIS alum, spoke at the March for Our Lives rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen.
Dr. Toby Musgrave was recognized for his contribution in the field of garden and plant history.
Andreas Brøgger is the new Program Director and Anna Söderquist is the new Assistant Program Director for the newly formed European Humanities department, consisting of the Art & Visual Culture, History, Literature, and Philosophy Programs, and the Danish and Swedish Language and Culture courses.
DIS faculty members selected students who exemplify engaged learners to receive the Academic Excellence award for their program.
DIS has selected recipients for the Anders Uhrskov Leadership and the Jacob Buksti Memorial scholarships.
After years of development and planning, DIS has opened Nimbus Kollegium, located in the heart of Frederiksberg.
University of Richmond held “Let’s Go Danish Week” to honor their international commitment and recognize their strong relationship to DIS. Since 1998, the University has sent hundreds of students to Copenhagen and hosted 130 Danish students on their campus.
After studying abroad with DIS for Summer Session 4: Architecture & Design, students at the Pratt Institute held an exhibit to share their final projects.
The academic seminar featured Jan Gehl, Flemming Borreskov, and Annette Galskøt.