Teacher in Denmark/Bachelor of education
You will be authorized as a teacher for primary and lower secondary levels in three subjects. Denmark is in need of qualified teachers.
Name: Teacher education/Lehrerausbildung
Type: Bachelor of Education
Length: 4 years
European transfer credits: 240
The first year the language of instruction is English or German, according to your choice. You will be integrated in a class of Danish students wanting to becometeachers of English or German as a foreign language. Alongside you will receive intensive training in the Danish language.
From the second year and onwards you will follow the usual syllabus in Danish and choose your second and your third subject. During your studies you will have 24 weeks of supervised school experience.
Teacher education in Haderslev has a leading position in using new technologies in teaching and learning.
The study is a mixture of lectures, group work, student presentations, and project oriented learning.
- An upper secondary leaving certificate/high school diploma
- Fluency in English or German
- Knowledge in mathematics and science
And in particular
- that you are open-minded, flexible and prepared to learn a new language.
Preferably 15th March and no later than 27th of June. Application for to be found at www.ucsyd.dk
As an EU citizen you do not pay any fee.
A full teacher education for international students is only offered at University College South Denmark, Haderslev campus.
University College South
Areas of study: Teacher training, nursing, graphic communication and social education
Main address: Lembckesvej 3-7, 6100 Haderslev
For Further Information
You may find a list of courses taught in Danish at the Danish Ministry of Education website
You can find information on practical issues related to your study visit in Denmark with Danish Agency for International Education:
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- Denmark the world's least corrupt country Dec 05, 2012