Dates: August 18 – December 14
Application Deadline: March 15, 2018
Costs: $24,940 CCIS Member | $25,340 Non-Member
Dates: January 12 – May 11
Application Deadline: November 1, 2017
Costs: $23,550 CCIS Member | $23,950 Non-Member
Copenhagen is a little bit off the beaten track, which is exactly why it is so interesting. A cosmopolitan capital and university center of 1.5 million people, Copenhagen is a safe and hospitable city that combines medieval charm with modern lifestyles and easy access to the rest of continental Europe.
The CSI sponsored program is through the DIS Study Abroad in Scandinavia, an internationally renowned study abroad organization affiliated with the University of Copenhagen. The DIS program is located at the very center of medieval Copenhagen, in a beautifully restored building from 1789, which includes a library, student lounges, computer labs, student advising and information services, architecture studios, and a few new classrooms.
The program is challenging but manageable; courses are taught in English by Danish faculty, on a level comparable to selective universities.
College of Staten Island, CUNY
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This program is sponsored and administered by the College of Staten Island CUNY.
Your program at DIS is determined by your choice of a core course. Core courses include a week-long Program Study Tour to a European destination and a Core Course Week, comprised of a two-day seminar and three-day study tour. Both study tours are faculty-led and academically integrated.
Students take five 3-credit courses per semester for a total of 15 credits including one core course, a Danish language course, and three other 3-credit courses which you can choose from over 200 elective courses.
DIS offers intellectually challenging academic programs in:
Program participants may choose among six different types of housing: homestay, Kollegium, residential community, Living & Learning Community (LLC), Folkehojskole, and a rented room.
The Folkehojskole includes a dinner meal plan, and in the other three options meals are provided to students who live with a Danish family; students prepare their own meals. The different housing options entail various degrees of cross-cultural immersion.
Students participate in course-integrated field studies and may conduct an optional comparative field project or go on optional adventure trips organized by DIS.
Fall 2018: August 18 - December 14, 2018
Spring 2018: January 12 - May 11, 2018
$24,940 CCIS member institution | $25,340 Non-CCIS member institution
$23,550 CCIS member institution | $23,950 Non-CCIS member institution
A second continuous semester discount may apply, please inquire at: StudyAB@csi.cuny.edu
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Contact the program sponsor to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program.
Please refer to your acceptance materials for information on arrival, orientation, and academic calendar. The refund policy is program specific and non-transferable. Refer to your acceptance materials for the comprehensive refund policy or contact the program sponsor.
”I will never look at furniture the same way now that I have had first hand experience with Danish design. Quality workmanship, an emphasis on function, and attention to good aesthetics are all characteristics of Danish design that I acquired in the DIS Program. Where else but Denmark can you experience a fantastic city, most of it on foot, touch (and sit in!) the fabulous furniture pieces from the master designers of both past and present, AND learn how to weld?”
“The PCD program gives you the rare opportunity to see how the children of Denmark truly live.”