PROGRAM: Grants and work/study scholarships are available at the University of Copenhagen for fall or spring semesters, or an academic year, in a program offering courses and concentrations in anthropology, art history, communications, criminal justice, Danish language, drama history, economics, history, international relations, literature, philosophy, political science, and sociology. Curriculum includes field trips and study tours to the Danish-German border region, Sweden, and the Soviet Union. Fall semester runs September through December and spring, January through May in Copenhagen. Courses are taught in English by Danish faculty; students can either live with a Danish family or in a student residential hall.
QUALIFICATIONS: Programs are designed for junior- or senior-level college students. Information and applications are available directly from the University of Copenhagen, or 55 American coordinating institutions; consult your financial aid officer.
University of Copenhagen Vestergade 9 Copenhagen K, Denmark DK-1458 ATTN: DIS Study Program, Office of Internation al Programs, 011-45-1-11 01 44,