PROGRAM: Grants and work-study scholarships are available at the University of Copenhagen for annual study programs consisting of studio work, lecture courses in architecture and landscape architecture/urban design with field trips and study tours to western Denmark, Sweden/Finland, West Germany and Holland, and an optional tour to the Soviet Union. Also included is a one-week period of travel and/or independent study. Courses are taught in English by Danish faculty; students may enroll for fall (September through December) or spring (January through May) semesters, or for an academic year. Students either live with a Danish family or in a student residential hall.
QUALIFICATIONS: Students applying must be enrolled in an architectural or design degree-granting program in an accredited university, and must be of at least junior standing. Information and application forms are available directly from the University of Copenhagen or from 55 American coordinating institutions; see your financial aid officer.
University of Copenhagen Kattesundet 3 Copenhagen K, Denmark DK-1458 ATTN: DIS Study Program, Office of Internation al Programs, 011-45-1-11 01 44,