DIS would like to recognize long-standing Faculty Member and academic consultant, Anders Larsen, who sometimes features in drag as Chantal al Arab, for his contributions to various artistic works across Scandinavia.
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European Humanities faculty member, Anders Larsen launched new book at the Copenhagen Book Fair.
Anders Larsen, European Humanities faculty member, recently co-authored a guidebook of Copenhagen specifically written for an LGBTI+ audience.
DIS staff and alumna participate in a panel about the LGBTQIA* experience in Copenhagen
Two DIS Copenhagen Faculty Members, Toby Musgrave and Tommy Heisz recently published books in their respective field of expertise.
As part of our commitment to alleviating financial barriers and making study abroad accessible for students from a wide array of socioeconomic backgrounds, DIS offers need-based, diversity, and merit scholarships.
After years of development and planning, DIS has opened Nimbus Kollegium, located in the heart of Frederiksberg.
DIS welcomed colleagues to DIS to celebrate learning and study abroad at our IEC, which is hosted every fifth year. Under the theme For the Love of Learning, IEC participants engaged in five topics throughout five…
Thank you for choosing to collaborate with DIS. Below you will find an overview of the nuts and bolts of working with us, so that you can walk your students through the process with ease. North…