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  • Locations: Esbjerg, Denmark; Odense, Denmark; Sonderborg, Denmark
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Calendar Year, Fall, Semester, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Univ. of Idaho applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Study Abroad Areas of Study: Agricultural Engineering, Business, Business Administration, Business Economics, Chemical and Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Communication Studies, Culture Studies, Danish, Economics & Marketing, Engineering, European Studies, History, Humanities, International Business, International Economics, Linguistics, Literature, Management, Philosophy, Technology & Manufacturing
Language of Instruction: English City Size: 100,000 to 500,000
Click here for a definition of this term Level of Support: Low Housing Options: Apartment (Shared), Dormitory
Class Eligibility: 01-Freshman, 02-Sophomore, 03-Junior, 04-Senior Language Courses Offered: Yes
Credit Type: Transfer Credit Minimum GPA: 2.5
Click here for a definition of this term Language Prerequisite: No language prerequisite Available to Non-UI Students: Yes
Program Description:
 USD 2USD 1USD 3

Additional Eligibility Requirement
  • 2.5 GPA
  • Business students should have one year of business
  • Economics students require an introductory class as a pre-requisite

Additional Academic Information
 
Esbjerg Campus: 
  • Business Economics & International Economics
Sonderborg Campus:
  • Business Administration
  • Business Economics
  • Engineering Business Management
  • European Studies
  • International Economics
  • Technology & Manufacturing
Odense Campus:
  • Business
  • Danish Language
  • Economics & Marketing
  • Engineering
  • Humanities (including Communication, History, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy, Poetry)
  • Scandinavian Area Studies
 
About the Southern Denmark University
With 15,000 students, the Southern Denmark University (SDU) is the third largest university in Denmark. Most of these students are distributed on its three campuses in Odense, Sonderborg, and Esbjerg.
  • Odense (pop. 175,000) is more than a thousand years old. It has numerous museums, cafes, cinemas, concert halls, galleries, music clubs, and nearby beaches.
  • Sonderborg is a college town on the island of Als. About a quarter of the 30,000 inhabitants are students, thus ensuring a lively social scene. Because of its sometime turbulent history with Germany, there are many historic monuments in the area, including an 800 year old castle!
  • Esbjerg (pop. 83,000) is a harbor town in the heart of one of Denmark’s main tourist areas. It is close to medieval towns, amusement parks, beaches, and nature reserves, and is host to a wide range of museums and performing arts.

About Denmark
Denmark is a Scandinavian peninsula jutting into the North Sea. It borders Germany to the south. Denmark has 406 islands, and approximately 5.2 million people live there. No matter where you are in Denmark, you are never more than 30 miles away from the ocean. Sixty-five percent of the country is farmland and eleven percent is forested. The Danes have a strong appreciation for nature and have enacted a series of laws to protect it. Although Danish is the native language, English is widely spoken in Denmark.

Denmark is one of the oldest kingdoms in Europe. The government is composed of a monarch who is chief of the state and a prime minister who is the head of the government.  Denmark has socialized medicine, and with the exception of prescription drugs, health care is largely free.

About the Danish Education System
Denmark spends more money per capita on education than any other country in the world and has a 99 percent literacy rate. Recently Danish students have shifted away from choosing practical courses to courses that are more academic in nature. A university degree in Denmark normally takes 5 years to complete. The normal academic calendar runs from late August to December and late January to mid-June. The Danish grading scale is on a point system with 5 and below considered  unsatisfactory, 6 acceptable, 7-9 average, and 10-13 excellent.


Housing
  • Apartments
  • Residence Hall
2021-2022 Program Fee (includes tuition only)
One Semester: $4,950
Academic Year: $9,300

  


UI Fees Charged Upon Application
Application Fee: $150
Program Deposit: $200 - this is a deposit that goes toward your program fee

UI Priority Application Deadlines
Fall & Academic Year: April 1
Spring: October 15
 


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2022 10/15/2021 10/15/2021 TBA TBA
Calendar Year 2021 12/31/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2022 04/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2022-2023 04/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.