Pursue your academic and personal goals abroad, and build your own semester to fit your needs. The DIS curriculum is broad, cutting edge, and enriched by experiential learning components, including faculty-led study tours across Europe.
How do I build my semester with DIS?
DIS offers you freedom of choice when it comes to building your semester, allowing you to pursue your academic or personal goals in Stockholm or Copenhagen.
The first step in building your semester is to choose your Core Course. This is a signature of the DIS academic experience and includes two course-integrated Study Tours in Europe. Then, add 3-4 elective courses to complete your schedule! Once you have applied, you can choose between a variety of housing options.
The application process depends on your university, and in some cases, the program and term to which you are applying. Once you submit your information, we will email you regarding how to proceed and help you with any questions along the way. It’s easy!
The deadline to apply for the spring 2023 semester is October 15, 2022.
Yes! DIS offers need and merit-based awards and is committed to supporting students with limited financial resources, from diverse backgrounds, and/or underrepresented populations in study abroad. On average, over 50% of all students receive financial support from DIS.
The deadline to apply for scholarships for the spring 2023 semester is October 15, 2022.
What is the difference between DIS Stockholm and DIS Copenhagen?
The main difference between DIS Stockholm and DIS Copenhagen is the size of the programs! Copenhagen welcomes around 1,300 students per semester whereas the Stockholm cohort is smaller with around 120 students per semester. This makes DIS Stockholm uniquely different from other higher institution programs, with a small and close-knit community.
Both DIS locations offer you an intellectually challenging curriculum that is broad, cutting edge, and enriched by experiential learning components, including faculty-led Study Tours across Europe. In both cities, you can choose between many different housing options, and join a welcoming community of other students as well as DIS faculty and staff.