Building Interfaces for Social Inclusion
Short-term programme of Social Education - Building Interfaces for Social Inclusion , 30 ECTSHealth care, social services, and care services Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts
|Institution||University College Lillebaelt (UCL)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||3570 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
At University College Lillebaelt, the BISI programme is a 5-months programme designed to educate the student in becoming proficient in developing interactive and technological, intelligent applications/solutions based on the student’s knowledge of psychology, ethics, educational theory, and of children and youth with special needs. The semester is organized in a multidisciplinary collaboration between pedagogy, technology and design.
There is a particular focus on social interaction and personal expression, i.e. developing, supporting and strengthening relationships, communication and individual expression. Based on the individual user and in cooperation with the pedagogical practice and pedagogical companies, the potential for development will be identified so the possibility of producing a prototype as an end product can help the user feel seen, heard and understood.
With subjects such as Communication and culture, Educational Theory, Health, Body & Movement etc the student will learn how to enrich the daily lives of children and youth with special needs while becoming a modern social educator with high skills in social education.
There are many opportunities for students of social education. Examples could be pedagogical work in the fields of daycare, children and youth with special needs, youth and community work, day nurseries and residential institutions in the social sector. The BISI course will ensure that the student will be adept in strategizing how to develop and design technological solutions for users with disabilities.
About the Degree
The short-term programme is taught in English and is part of the full degree Professional Bachelor Programme in Social Education. The entire full degree is only offered in Danish.
The focus of Professional Bachelor’s Degree programmes is to award students with a solid theoretical foundation on which to build the practical skills necessary to apply theory to practice in a given professional field.
Read more about the full Professional Bachelor Programme in Social Education.
All exchange students should contact their home institutions for information on the application procedures and deadlines and should also apply through their home institutions.
For both ERASMUS and non-EU students the forms should be sent to:
Ms. Trine Cohrt Greve
University College Lillebaelt
Department of Social Education, Odense
5200 Odense V
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Fax: +45 66 16 70 69
The forms can be found under “files” at: http://international.ucl.dk/files/2012/08/Application-BISI-spring-15.doc
Tution is only paid for by students from outside the EU:
The total tuition and fees for the course will be approximately EUR 3,570. This amount covers all tuition and fees, but does not include books and other materials, which you will need to pay for during your stay. The tuition fee also does not cover the residence permit application fee, which you will need to pay to the Danish Immigration Services and to the Representation where you apply for the permit.
Students outside the EU, who require a student residence permit must pay the full amount before applying for the student permit. Should your application for a student permit be denied you will receive a refund of EUR 3,370.
If you are a non-EU/EEA or Switzerland citizen, you can apply for a scholarship to cover the tuition fee and living expenses here: http://international.ucl.dk/practical-guide/scholarships-for-non-eu-students/
For Further Information
Special Consultant for International Relations: Mette Richter
Tel.: (+45) 6318 4556, E-mail: email@example.com
The Department is situated 3 km off the city centre of Odense - a very lively city with many exchange
and international students from all over the world. One of the characteristics of the Danish way of teaching and
learning is a friendly and informal atmosphere, which is highly
appreciated by the exchange students studying in Denmark.
The exchange programme offers a great opportunity to meet young people from other countries while studying in an international atmosphere and engaging in group work, discussions and social networking with a focus on democratic citizenship in education and schools, and social activities with Danish students and teachers will be arranged during the course
Odense is the third largest city in Denmark with a population of approximately 182 thousand inhabitants. Besides UCL, there are several other higher educational institutions with great numbers of exchange and internationals students. Odense is a city that is alive with music, theatre and concerts while also being one of the oldest cities in Denmark (1020th anniversary in 2008) as well as the hometown of the famous fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
To find out more about Odense, please visit:www.visitodense.com