Credits: Up to 14 S/N
Program Type: Exchange
Denmark is a global leader in many industries, including pharmaceutical production, maritime transport, information technology, and communication. Danish businesses and organizations are steeped in a long tradition of cooperation with the public and private sectors. Innovative practices built upon critical theoretical knowledge are put to the test in this distinctly Scandinavian capital.
Copenhagen is known as one of the most charming cities in all of Europe and there is no shortage of ways to pass the time. Spend a day viewing 15th century artwork at the National Gallery or strolling along the StrÃ¸get, the world’s longest pedestrian shopping street.
To be eligible for this education abroad program, you must be:
The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
Students in the program receive up to 14 S/N Carlson School International Business (IBUS 5300) credits for their semester at CBS. Students enroll in 4 full (7.5 ECTS) courses at CBS to earn 14 Carlson School credits. Intercultural Communication and Management courses offer a unique opportunity to engage the subject content in an international environment with fellow students from around the globe.
CBS can arrange accommodation in houses, flats, residence halls, or shared student flats. Housing is guaranteed for students who apply by the deadline (June and November, for Fall and Spring respectively) though location preference is not. Costs vary.
These may vary based on student preference and exchange rate. All details subject to change based on economic and international factors. Most financial aid may be applied to study abroad programs.
Current Carlson School tuition and fees
|Transportation (to and from program site)||$900|
Documentation** (passport, visa,
immunization, additional health
|Books and Materials||$500|
|Room and/or Board||
|Essential Daily Living Expenses||$2,000|
*Students should also maintain their U.S.-based health insurance plan while abroad.
**Subject to change. Please verify current documentation costs with the Consulate.
Most financial aid may be applied to study abroad. In addition, University of Minnesota students are eligible for education abroad scholarships. Visit Scholarships and Finances for additional information.
Application materials include the online application form, a resume, and essay. Submit a completed application by the February 28th priority deadline prior to the academic year in which you wish to participate. Programs that do not fill following the priority deadline will be reviewed on a rolling-admissions basis.
Admission to all programs is based on review of your application by the study abroad selection committee. Applications will be reviewed following the deadline, and you will be notified of your status by official letter in April. Once selected, you will be asked to pay a $500 deposit in order to confirm your place in the program.