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Would you like to star in a Study in Denmark film?

Are you a young person living in Denmark? Do you speak perfect English? Then maybe you would like to star in a Study in Denmark film?

Study in Denmark is looking for a young person to star in one-minute film that highlights some of the benefits of studying in Denmark. The script will be fast-paced and slightly humorous (work in progress).

That is, if you love the camera - and if the camera loves you - then we would love to cast you. Danish and international citizens alike are welcome.

How to participate

Contact Sanne Olsen sol@woco.dk no later than 21 October. Some of you will be invited for another casting in Copenhagen the 23 October. The one chosen for the role will receive a small payment.

When

You should be available for shooting in Copenhagen late October/early November. Exact dates are to be determined.

Selection criteria

  • 18-27 years of age
  • studying in Denmark
  • character & charm
  • native English-speaking or otherwise perfect in English (accents are cool too)

 

Som benefits of studying in Denmark

- A highly international environment with 29.000+ international students from 150 countries
- An innovation-oriented teaching philosophy that promote creativity and strong problem solving skills
- an informal learning enviroment that encourages open debate and critical thinking
- A strong focus on sustainabilty and a world-leader in greentech, life science, IT and more
- Fully funded PhD opportunities & research with global impact
- A free-spirited, well-organized, green and safe society
- Free health care for all international students
- An excellent foundation for your future career

Higher education in Denmark:
- 31 world-class universities, university colleges and business academies
- More than 500 programs and 1300 courses taught entirely in English

Published: 13.10.2012