A unique part of the DIS experience is Field Studies. These are weekly trips to visit companies, centers of politics, research labs, start-ups, non-profits, and more; or they bring local ‘experts-in-the-field’ to you. Field Studies expand your knowledge and provide opportunities to apply what you have learned in the classroom to ‘real world’ scenarios.
We are a little more than a month into the semester. Check out where some of our Student Bloggers have gone on Field Study so far:
Cary went to the Fotografiska with her Affective Neuroscience: Emotions, Cognition, and Behavior class.
Malcom toured Christiansborg Palace with his Danish Language and Culture class.
And Lillie took a trip to the Nationalmuseet (National Museum of Denmark) with her Danish Language and Culture class.
Dylan went to DR (the Danish Broadcasting Corporation) with his Podcast Production: The Impact of Sound class.
Laine took a trip to the Royal Palace in Gamal Stan with her Swedish Language and Culture class.
Izzy went to the Copenhagen Zoo with her Biology of Marine Mammals class.
John visited Grundtvigs Kirke (Grundtvig’s Church) with his 20th and 21st Century Danish Architecture class.
Want to know where our Student Bloggers will go on Field Study next? Follow their blogs to stay up-to-date with their adventures abroad!