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International Career Night

Hear speakers share their perspectives on working in intercultural environments and advice on how to land a job overseas. Refreshments and food will be served.

Career Workshop: Applying for Internships

Build skills such as prepping your resume for an international hiring audience; understanding key differences in European (Danish) and American work cultures; locating career resources such as job sites and potential employers. Food and drinks provided at the event.

Diverse Identities Social Club: Student-Led Event

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Student-Led Event

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Student-Led Event

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Student-Led Event

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Intercultural Reflection

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club! Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Special Guest, Mary Namagambe

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club! Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

Diverse Identities Social Club: First Impressions

Create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad. For this first session, we will explore issues regarding leaving home, first impressions, and how the next few months will likely impact your identity. No need to sign up, and feel free to bring a friend!

Spring 2017 Academic Info FAQ

Q/ Where do I find the class schedule with meeting times and classrooms? A/ Check your course pages on Canvas. All information is listed on each course’s front page. Q/ How do I switch a class? A/…

Student Illustrator

In 2017, visual content is 40 times more likely to be shared on social media than links, photos, and text – making illustrations, digitized drawings, and graphics a crucial part of creating engagement on Facebook and…

Social Media Student Correspondent

Do you find the continuously evolving and innovative world of social media fascinating, consider yourself savvy in platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and Twitter, and have an interest in upcoming media trends? Do you follow…

Planning for Your Health Abroad

Health Information Form As a part of Student Registration, you will complete a Health Information Form. The main purpose of this form is to help you prepare for your managing your mental and physical health abroad.…

Disability Resources

Disability and Health Accommodations DIS is committed to working with students with disability- and health-accommodation needs in partnership with the student’s home university. Your first step is to go to your university’s Disability Services Office/Disability Resource…

First-Generation College Students

First-generation college students are defined as students whose parents have not graduated from a four-year college or university. They are often the first in their immediate families to earn a bachelor’s degree. It is estimated that…

Navigating Copenhagen and Denmark As an Expat

Copenhagen: Many Identities, Many Communities Traditionally, Denmark does not have a history of being a melting pot of different identities. Although historically homogeneous, the society today is shifting to include and acclimate a growing population of…

DIS Free Market

Each semester, DIS students receive and buy items that cannot fit in their suitcases home, leaving a surplus of belongings left behind in Copenhagen. In response to this consumption, past students created the DIS Free Market…