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Health Services in Denmark

Denmark’s Medical Advice Line If you don’t feel well and it is not an emergency, call Denmark’s emergency medical advice line, 1813. The line is open 24/7 and monitored by trained nurses. Calling 1813 serves two…

In An Emergency

Current students should save the phone numbers on this page for quick reference if needed.

Power of Women in the Viking Age

In this course, we focus on the representations of women in the Viking world. The idea of strong Viking women is explored in numerous ways including the question of gender and the sphere in between male…

World of Vikings: Facts, Fiction, and Fantasy

In this course, we study the history, religion, and worldview of the pre-Christian Scandinavians as reflected in primary medieval texts and poems from the Viking Age. The course offers insights into the Viking Age in Scandinavia,…

Booking Your Flight

At the beginning of your session, DIS welcomes you at Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) or Copenhagen Airport (CPH), and ensures you get from the airport to your housing.

Taking Medication to Denmark

Bringing Medication Through Danish Customs The Danish Health Authority limits the amount and type of medication that can be carried into the country. Generally, any type of medication that contains amphetamine, benzodiazepine, methylphenidate, and other euphoriants…