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DIS - Summer Program
Copenhagen, Denmark (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
Homepage: Click to visit
Restrictions: WUSTL applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
App Deadline
WU Decision Date
Start Date
End Date
Summer 2018 02/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Early application is strongly recommended for all programs. Deadlines that fall on a weekend or holiday are automatically extended to the next workday.
Fact Sheet:
Program Adviser:
Julie Laveglia
Program Description:
DIS: Study Abroad in Scandinavia
Summer Program
PROGRAM OVERVIEW DIS SummerPhoto Courtesy: Jenna Epstein
  You study abroad to enhance your major, broaden your intellectual horizons, qualify for the international job market, discover Europe, meet the unexpected, have fun, and grow as an individual. A central aim of DIS is to meet these aspirations by offering courses and programs of the highest quality, involving interactive and cooperative learning processes, leadership training, individual and team-based research, experiential learning through course-integrated field studies, Optional and Program Study Tours, and housing options that ensure you live with the Danes.  
Eligibility: Minimum 3.0 GPA

Program Dates:
Term Dates Application Deadline
Session 1 late May - mid June February 15
Session 2 late June - early July February 15
Students may choose to do one or both sessions at DIS
  Approved Departments:


Areas of Study:
Premedical students who have completed their core biology and chemistry courses can take advantage of the following options offered by DIS:

  Human Health & Disease: A Clinical Approach
  Health Delivery and Prioritization in Northern Europe

Education and Children's Studies students can take advantage of the following options offered by DIS:

 Children with Specials Needs

Business students can choose from Arts and Sciences courses or a business courses offered through DIS.
Students may also go to DIS for general elective credit.

Courses and Credits:
1 WU credit = 1 DIS credit. Students earn 3 credits per session.

Please click here for more information about course offerings

  Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and is home to about 1.5 million of Denmark's 5.3 million residents. Considered a very safe metropolitan area with low crime rates, students can easily explore its many plazas and neighborhoods by walking or taking the extensive public transportation system. Founded at the end of the 12th century, Copenhagen has many historical attractions and cultural and educational institutions.
  Housing: Semester: WU students are required to live in one of the following three DIS options: homestay, Folkehøjskole, or a traditional Kollegium.

Please click here for more information about housing options

Student Life: DIS staff plan social and cultural events to bring students, faculty and staff together. Copenhagen offers many entertainment and dining options for students to take advantage of.

On-Site Support: In addition to program faculty, DIS has many staff members on-site in charge of academics, library resources, IT services, study tours, housing and more.

  Estimated Program Price: Students pay all summer program related fees to the program sponsor or host university directly.  Please Contact the program sponsor or host for tuition, billing and payment details.
Email the appropriate Overseas Programs Coordinator, visit us during our walk-in hours, join us for an information session, or call (314) 935-5958 to schedule an appointment.

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