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UCL University College offers more than 40 academy and professional higher education programmes (AP-degree programmes, Professional BA programmes and BA Top Up programmes), within Business, Technology and Buildings, Education and Social Sciences and Health Sciences. All of the programmes are characterized as first cycle studies within the European Quality Framework, level 5 and 6. In addition to its academic programmes, UCL has various modern facilities on campus to offer its students.

Geographically, UCL University College covers part of the Southern Region of Denmark and has approximately 11,000 students and 1,000 employees. It is a regional higher education institution with campuses in the cities of Odense, Svendborg, Vejle, Jelling and Fredericia (satellite).  
Every day, UCL University College cooperates closely with national and international workplaces and institutions regarding student placements and projects, applied research, Centres of Excellence and continuing professional development and organizational development. UCL University College offers Continuing Professional Development aimed at professionals in many fields, for example animation, technology, education, (theory and practice),  health, and management in private and public organisations.

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Architectural Technology and Construction Management | Bachelor 3,5 years

Architectural Technology and Construction Management

Bachelor of , 210 ECTS
Architecture, design and visual arts

Institution UCL University College
Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
Duration 3,5 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 6900 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/architectural-technology-and-construction-management#career+and+further+education
Description

This programme is for those of you who want to be the connecting link between idea and action in the building project. 

The programme may look a little like the architect or the engineer, but the difference can be described as organisational skills. The architect works with aesthetics, the engineer with the physics, whereas the graduate in Architectural Technology and Construction Management works with the organisational part. 


During the education you will learn to solve technical, administrative and documentation like assignments, theoretically as well as practically.

The education will give you the qualifications to plan, control and administer structural assignments as well as controlling the production process and taking part in quality assessments.

Construction, projecting, and project control are therefore important topics of this study programme.

To be a good project manager you will deal with the following subjects during your education:
  • Communication
  • Working methods
  • Organization and collaboration
  • Information technology
  • Numerical understanding, math. and physics
  • Foreign language
  • Management, legal matter and law.

Career Opportunities

You are taught to be a generalist within the fields of architectural technology, construction management, building surveying and facilities management:
  • Projection/planning
  • Project management
  • Structural construction
  • Co-ordination and planning
  • Communication
You will have the qualifications to work within the contracting business, in architect’s drawing offices, with consulting engineering companies, or within the public authorities. International organisations are gradually using constructing architects as well. Finally you may want to establish your own company.

You can read more about the programme on ucl.dk/international.

Summer

Application date
Mar 15
Start date
Sep 01

UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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Cultural Heritage – a cross-disciplinary perspective: National Identity, Education & Pedagogy and Tourism & Economy | Summer School 6 days

Cultural Heritage – a cross-disciplinary perspective: National Identity, Education & Pedagogy and Tourism & Economy

Summer School of , 5 ECTS
Hotel, tourism, leisure, transport and logistics Interdisciplinary Studies Teacher's training

Institution UCL University College
Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling
Duration 6 days
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/summer-school
Cultural Heritage – a cross-disciplinary perspective is a Summer School initiative at UCL University College’s Campus in Jelling centered on a one week Summer School in the town of Jelling in August 2020 combined with e-learning activities before and after the stay in Jelling. The Summer School on Cultural Heritage will take a comprehensive approach on cultural heritage that encompasses both a tourism, museum and educational perspective on the subject.

Target Group

The Summer School is a BA-level course of 5 ECTS and is arranged by UCL in cooperation with The University of South Eastern Norway (USN).

The Summer School is open for all interested participants with formal educational qualifications but is especially suited for students or professionals in the fields of teacher/teacher education, pre-school education/pedagogy, tourism or cultural heritage who are interested in a cross-disciplinary approach to Cultural Heritage, which uses the town of Jelling, and its institutions in Jelling as a hands-on real world case study.

Learning outcomes

The course will give participants tools, knowledge and skills that will enable them to approach the interplay between national identity, cultural heritage, tourism and education/pedagogy in a comprehensive and reflective way. It will furthermore enable them to use these competencies in their future studies or professional work.

Knowledge

Upon completion the participant will have gained
  • Knowledge about relevant theories in the fields of national identity, tourism and cultural heritage education/pedagogy
  • Knowledge about relevant practical examples (cases) of interplay between two or more of the main course subjects
  • Knowledge about theories or other approaches that give a theoretical framework for understanding the interplay between national identity, tourism and cultural heritage education
Competencies/skills

Upon completion the participant will able to
  • Discuss and use relevant theories about national identity, tourism and cultural heritage education
  • Identify and explain examples of the interplay between national identity, tourism and cultural heritage education/pedagogy
  • Analyse how the interplay between national identity, tourism and cultural heritage education/pedagogy can be used professionally
  • Use their knowledge and understanding in their further studies or professional work


Summer

Application date
May 15
Start date
Aug 10

UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling

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Cultural Heritage and National Identities | Short-term programme 12 weeks

Cultural Heritage and National Identities

Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts Teacher's training

Institution UCL University College
Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling
Duration 12 weeks
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/cultural-heritage-and-national-identities#course+description
The course Cultural Heritage and National Identities looks upon how our ideas of national identity, group identity and cultural heritage is closely interlinked in a relationship that is constantly reproducing itself through both the cultural heritage sector (museums), the education system (schools), our daily lives (material e.g. cultural landscapes, urban spaces, artefacts, monuments, buildings), and intangible and immaterial cultural heritage (e.g. traditions, behaviour and interpersonal approaches).

Target Group

The module is relevant for university or university college students in the following fields: Teacher Education, Social Education, Early Childhood Education, Pedagogy and Outdoor Recreation Studies.Students from other disciplines are welcome to contact the international coordinator to explore the possibility of enrolment in the module.

Learning Outcomes

The module is equivalent to 10 ECTS with possibility of extension to 15 ECTS; see below.The module is composed of common core content and self-chosen content, which offers the opportunity to organize the study in accordance with the interests of the participants.It consists of two elements – a theoretical and comparative element – and an embedded practical element.  Thus, there is the possibility of extending the practical element for exchange students by 5 ECTS with the agreement of their home institution and UCL University College.

The student will gain knowledge or understanding of
  • both various institutional and scholarly definitions of and forms of cultural heritage (“classical”, intangible, traditions, immaterial etc.)
  • how conceptions of cultural heritage influence historical consciousness
  • the connection between cultural heritage and national identities
  • how cultural heritage and both national and other identities are interlinked
  • concrete examples of how the cultural heritage sector is used to strengthen identities in both Denmark and the students’ home country (-ries).
Embedded practice placement
  • Week 45, 46, 47, 2020
  • Field studies (practice) and/or observational placement in local museums or cultural institutions
  • In weeks 45, 46, and 47 the students will be observing, collecting data and/or applying knowledge in areas of interest and pertinent to their areas of specialization.



    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Sep 28

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling

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    Education in Sustainable Development | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    Education in Sustainable Development

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/education-in-sustainable-development
    The module gives you competences in evaluating, planning and carrying out projects within a subject or cross-curricular subjects relating to teaching, or working with, sustainability.

    Target Group

    Exchange students from various faculties or programs of study who have been permitted to study at a university or a University College. The course is particularly suitable for students in the faculties of education, social sciences, natural sciences and humanities.In order to participate, students must speak English at an advanced level (C level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

    Purpose

    The module gives you competences in evaluating, planning and carrying out projects within a subject or cross-curricular subjects relating to teaching, or working with, sustainability. Focus is on
    • different theories on sustainability
    • the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
    • local and global ecological footprint
    • sustainable resource utilization, e.g. sustainable food production
    • interaction between people and technology
    • didactic discussion on why and how to teach  sustainable subjects
    • developing materials and didactic designs for teaching sustainable subjects


    Learning Outcome

    The module consists of 16 course days (4 hours per course days) and group work with instructions.The elements of the module are:
    • Lectures on the topics of the module (see under Purpose of the Module)
    • Debate and reflections on sustainability related to the lectures and excursions
    • Excursions to schools, other institutions and companies that work with sustainability
    • Presentation of the projects to peers and stakeholders
    • Peer feedback


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    English as A Lingua Franca in A Historical, Societal and Cultural Perspective | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    English as A Lingua Franca in A Historical, Societal and Cultural Perspective

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/english-as-a-lingua-franca-in-a-historical-societal-and-cultural-perspective--m3
    Join this module if you want to achieve knowledge of English as a lingua franca in an international perspective of culture, society and history.

    Target Group

    Students of Education – Teacher Education, English as a second language or related disciplines


    Purpose

    The students will achieve knowledge of English as a lingua franca in an international perspective of
    • culture, society and history
    • 21st Century skills
    • semantic and didactic teaching materials, with focus on culture and society.

    Theoretical and practical module


    Workload: 80 instructional (face-to-face) lessons or counselling, as well as preparations for each class, group work and assignment completion.

    Learning Outcome:
    • Plan, carry out, evaluate and develop didactic designs with focus on cultural topics for different age groups
    • Achieve and apply knowledge about topics related to culture, society and history, as well as 21st Century Skills
    • Critically analyse multimodal teaching materials and how to use them in a multicultural perspective


    Project Work and practical didactic designs

    Learning Outcome:

    • Document knowledge pertaining to relevant topics related to the subject matter
    • To able to develop, plan, carry out and evaluate didactic designs related to the subject matter for different age groups
    • to be able to participate in an intercultural communication in relevant contexts
    • to be able to assess texts and learning materials critically



    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    Increasing Welfare through Users' Involvement | Short-term programme 20 weeks

    Increasing Welfare through Users' Involvement

    Short-term programme of , 15 ECTS
    Health care, social services, and care services Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 20 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/increasing-wellfare
    This interdisciplinary module is designed for students who wish to study and work with citizens of all kinds, though the priority will be on marginalized groups such as vulnerable children, youth or different minority groups.

    Target Group

    This interdisciplinary module is designed for students who wish to study and work with citizens of all kinds, though the priority will be on marginalized groups such as vulnerable children, youth or different minority groups.Students from Humanities, Education, Public Administration, Community and/or Social Work, as well as Health Sciences are most welcome.In order to participate, students must speak English at an advanced level (C level and above in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

    Purpose

    We will work with the meeting between professional, citizens and users in practice. We will focus on values, theories and practice aimed to support people to develop their full potential and enrich their lives through users’/citizens’ involvement.

    The target group of citizens can be all kind, but the priority will be on marginalized groups such as vulnerable children, youth or different minority groups. In the field of welfare services, we will work with the conditions for democratic and transparent public services. Services can be publicly or privately organized and must be able to handle the complexities of late modern society.

    Increasingly, welfare services have an element of “self-service” for their users, some of whom are not familiar or comfortable with their role in relation to “professional” welfare service providers.

    You will gain new professional knowledge and skills in a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary context. The module will also address the tension that occurs when the professionals, citizens and users come together in practice.

    Whether you want to manage projects from ideas, through planning, financing and implementation, or you are committed to support each individual and want to work directly with children or adults with special needs, the  goal is to discover and realize a better life by empowering and involving each person in all relevant decisions.

    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 24

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    Innovation and Entrepreneurship | Top-up degree 1,5 years

    Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    Top-up degree of , 90 ECTS
    Economics, commerce, management and accounting

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 1,5 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 4200 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/innovation-and-entrepreneurship
    Description

    With a BA Innovation & Entrepreneurship, you will become a specialist in innovation, entrepreneurship and business development.

    This programme is for you who would like to master creative processes, project management and entrepreneurship. During the course of the education, you will be working with different business models and idea generation and master the financial perspectives of your work. You will learn about prototyping, go-to market strategies, management and entrepreneurial ecosystems and networks.

    You will experience a project-oriented form of teaching, which includes digital learning materials, group work and individual assignments - all focused on your daily life as an entrepreneur and idea maker. This prepares you for creating your own projects, a life as an entrepreneur and for the various job types found within innovation and business development in established companies.

    Studies mainly consist of theme-oriented projects, workshops and camps. Furthermore, there are written assignments and various activities in connection with teaching, for example guest lectures and the internship.The themes and workshops are based on collaboration with external companies or cases. Therefore, you are expected to be well prepared and to participate actively in the course activities.

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities


    The programme gives you three end goals, depending on which electives you choose. You will be able to handle change processes and run development projects as project manager in a private company or public organization as an intrapreneur, work as a cultural and social project manager or you can create your very own business as an entrepreneur.

    Typical job titles are:
    • Project manager
    • Innovator
    • Entrepreneur
    • Business developer
    • Change agent
    • Culture entrepreneur
    • Social entrepreneur
    • Concept/product developer
    • Founder
    This programme is also offered at UCL's campus in Vejle (Boulevarden).


    Application date
    Jul 01
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    Intercultural Competence | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    Intercultural Competence

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/intercultural-competence-m4#
    Join this module if you want to get familiar with theories about culture and intercultural competencies.

    Target Group

    Danish or Exchange students from various faculties or programs of study who have been permitted to study at a university or a University College. The course is particularly suitable for students in the faculties of education, social sciences and humanities.In order to participate, students must speak English at an advanced level (C level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

    Purpose 

    The students will achieve knowledge of
    • theories about culture and intercultural competence
    • culture and society in English-speaking countries
    • intercultural communicative competence in relation to other cultures
    • linguistic variations of English in a global perspective

    Theoretical and practical module

    Workload: 80 instructional (face-to-face) lessons or counselling, as well as preparations for each class, group work and assignment completion.

    Learning Outcome
    • Plan, carry out, evaluate and develop didactic designs or other practical material related to the subject matter
    • Achieve and apply knowledge about topics related to intercultural competence, culture and society


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    Intercultural Meetings in a Global Perspective | Short-term programme 19

    Intercultural Meetings in a Global Perspective

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/intercultural-competence-m4#
    The purpose of the module is to achieve knowledge of cultural meetings  in a physical, virtual, global and national context. And to achieve knowledge of the connection between national and global relations. 

    Target Group

    Exchange students from various faculties or programs of study who have been permitted to study at a university or a University College. The course is particularly suitable for students in the faculties of education, social sciences and humanities.In order to participate, students must speak English at an advanced level (C level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

    Purpose

    The purpose of the module is:
    • to achieve knowledge of cultural meetings  in a physical, virtual, global and national  context
    • to achieve knowledge of the connection between national and global relations
    • to develop intercultural competences
    • to achieve knowledge of theories about culture and intercultural relations


    Theoretical and practical module

    Workload: 80 instructional (face-to-face) lessons or counselling, as well as preparations for each class, group work and assignment completion.

    Learning Outcome
    • Plan, carry out, evaluate and develop didactic designs or other practical material related to the subject matter
    • Achieve and apply knowledge about topics related to intercultural competence, culture and society


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    International Hospitality Management | Top-up degree 1,5 years

    International Hospitality Management

    Top-up degree of , 90 ECTS
    Hotel, tourism, leisure, transport and logistics

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 1,5 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 4100 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/international-hospitality-management
    Description

    The programme is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills that will enable you to work as e.g. a manager, administrator or project manager, or to perform other functions in the multi-faceted hospitality industry.

    You will be able to independently analyse, evaluate, and review business issues and scenarios and to perform different complex tasks related to general operation, development, planning, administration and management in hospitality enterprises.

    The study programme includes a three month internship, where you will have the opportunity to transfer theory and methodology into reality. The internship will give you an insight into complex issues that managers/consultants face in their daily work.

    The programme is compriced of a variety of teaching and learning methods, i.e. lecturing, classroom teaching, guest lecturing, practical classes, presentations (including student presentations), case studies, seminars (workshops), and project work, as well as work placement in relevant organisations or companies.

    You can read more about the programme structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    For a Bachelor of International Hospitality Management the job opportunities are many in Denmark as well as abroad. It can be in companies and organisations such as hotels, tourism or travel agencies, event and experience or consulting companies.

    There are various types of jobs:
    • Hotel, restaurant or bar manager
    • Conference consultant or manager
    • Manager of customer relations
    • Event manager
    • Service manager
    • Catering manager
    • Cruise director
    • Wedding planner
    • Tour or activity manager
    • Marketing director
    • Product or production Manager
    • Resort manager
    • Fundraiser
    • Tourism manager


    Summer

    Application date
    Jul 01
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    International Sales and Marketing | Top-up degree 1,5 years

    International Sales and Marketing

    Top-up degree of , 90 ECTS
    Economics, commerce, management and accounting

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 1,5 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 4100 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/international-sales-and-marketing
    Description

    The study programme will prepare you for practical and complex work in sales and marketing from an international perspective.

    One of the things that characterises the study programmes at UCL University College is that you will get a very practice-oriented education. You will e.g. work on practical cases in class, and work on projects with real businesses.

    However the most practice-oriented factor during the study is the three months' internship, which is an integrated part on all studies at UCL. It gives you the opportunity to transfer theory and methodology into reality with the aim of giving you a first-hand impression of the work environment in the international sales and marketing business. The internship will give you the exact skills needed to land an exciting job after your graduation.

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    As a BA in International Sales and Marketing you will have good chances of finding work – in the long run as product manager, marketing manager, sales manager, project manager, etc. in industries such as:

    Advertising, marketing and the media
    • Trade, shipping, etc.
    • Industry / manufacturing
    • IT and telecommunications
    • Finance, banking, insurance, mortgaging
    • Public administration
    • Hotel, restaurant, tourism, travel


    Summer

    Application date
    Jul 01
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    IT Technology | Academy Profession Degree 2 years

    IT Technology

    Academy Profession Degree of , 120 ECTS
    Mathematics, natural- and computer science

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 2 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 7300 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/it-technology
    Description

    As a student at the IT Technology programme, you will e.g. acquire knowledge about Internet of Things (IoT) – the technology that makes everyday technology smart and intelligent. You will learn how data is stored, processed, and presented, and you will gain an insight into how data is able to control physical systems.

    During the programme, we will work within these general fields of study:
    • Hardware
    • Network technology
    • Software
    • Project management
    These fields of study will be consistent throughout your education. You will get to work in depth within all four fields, and learn the importance of creating an overview and an understanding of the system as a whole.

    During the first two semesters, you will work interdisciplinary and learn the technologies within the whole eco system of Internet of Things.The third semester consists of elective courses that allows you to tone your education and specialize within different areas of expertise.The fourth and final semester consists of an internship at a local company as well as the final exam project. 

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    A lot of IT technologists who have specialised in electronics gain employment in companies that produce, sell, or maintain consumer, or industrial electronics such as radio, TV, radar or navigational equipment, measuring instruments, power supplies, electro-medical devices or IT equipment.

    IT technologists who have specialised in network technology will often find employment within the technical/technological field. They will design and maintain large and small networks as well as servers, security and databases. The field of expertise lies within network design and consultancy in connection with the planning, implementation and maintenance of modern network solutions.

    Examples of typical job titles are:
    • System supporter
    • Supervisor
    • Network consultant
    • IT worker
    • Engineer/technician
    • System administrator
    • Project manager


    For applicants from NON EU, EU and Nordic countries (Summer)

    Application date
    Mar 15
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    Language and Use of Language | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    Language and Use of Language

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/english---language-and-use-of-language-m1
    The module will focus on the structure and usage of the English language, as well as communicative competence and inter-language.

    Target Group

    Students of Education – Teacher Education, English as a second language or related disciplines

    Purpose of The Course

    The module will focus on the structure and usage of the English language, as well as communicative competence and inter-language.We study theories and methods of analysis for learning and teaching English as a foreign/second language.During the module, we will develop didactic designs for different age groups and class levels.

    Theoretical and practical module

    Workload: Attend and actively participate in classes, individual study of the relevant literature for the module, group work, prepare presentations, assignments and the module product. 

    Learning Outcome
    • Plan, carry out, evaluate and develop teaching in communicative competence and linguistic structures.
    • Analyse your own and pupils’ interlanguage
    • Work with learning goals  and assessment


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    Learning Horizons in Outdoor Learning Environments | Short-term programme 6 weeks

    Learning Horizons in Outdoor Learning Environments

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling
    Duration 6 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/learning-horizons-in-outdoor-learning
    The module focuses on how outdoor learning environments can be used as a resource in teaching and/or educational or recreational activities in schools, institutions or community recreational facilities.

    Target Group

    The module is relevant for university or university college students in the following fields: Teacher Education, Social Education, Early Childhood Education, Pedagogy and Outdoor Recreation Studies.

    Students from other disciplines are welcome to contact the international coordinator to explore the possibility of enrolment in the module.


    Purpose

    The module focuses on how outdoor learning environments can be used as a resource in teaching and/or educational or recreational activities in schools, institutions or community recreational facilities.

    Whether the focus is on e.g. school or community gardens or outdoor musical instruments, the purpose of the course is to think out-of-the “indoor learning” box by bringing development and learning outdoors. 

    We will work practically and theoretically in active learning communities with themes and issues which will contribute to strengthening our ability and interest in nature, culture and society. 

    As well, practical, experimental and craftsmanship skills will be highlighted as a means to explore, with all senses, interpret experiences and create an environment for learning which promotes entrepreneurship and innovation.

    Students, on their own or in cooperation with others, will work to create communities and facilitate learning, well-being and development in relation to children, youth and adults in outdoor learning environments and in learning environments out of the classroom.


    Summer 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 17

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling

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    Learning through Experience and Sense Perception | Short-term programme 12 weeks

    Learning through Experience and Sense Perception

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling
    Duration 12 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/learning-through-experiences-and-sense-perception
    The module will focus on how you as a teacher or educator can plan courses where experience and sense perception are essential parts of the pupils’ learning processes, where cultural institutions, local surroundings and the environment are incorporated in learning processes.

    Target Group

    The module is relevant for university or university college students in the following fields: Teacher Education, Social Education, Early Childhood Education, Pedagogy and Outdoor Recreation Studies.

    Students from other disciplines are welcome to contact the international coordinator to explore the possibility of enrolment in the module.

    Purpose

    The module will focus on how you as a teacher or educator can plan courses where experience and sense perception are essential parts of the pupils’ learning processes, where cultural institutions, local surroundings and the environment are incorporated in learning processes.

    As the scope of the module is interdisciplinary, students from a wide range of disciplines are welcome. You will have the possibility to work with your subject area in different activities and sequences. In the module, there will be both classroom work and out of classroom work in the local surroundings, which will be used in a constructive and inspiring way.

    The module includes visits and activities in the monument area in Jelling, UNESCO’S world heritage, Christiansfeld and Økolariet in Vejle.

    Theoretically, we will dig deeper into the phenomenon ’learning through experience’, and you will be introduced to a didactical thinking called ’GLO’, which is suitable for planning, completion and assessment of learning processes, where surroundings, experiences and sense perceptions are essential elements.


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Sep 28

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Jelling

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    Logistics Management | Academy Profession Degree 2 years

    Logistics Management

    Academy Profession Degree of , 120 ECTS
    Hotel, tourism, leisure, transport and logistics

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Vejle
    Duration 2 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 5100 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/logistics-management
    Description

    Logistics Management is the ideal study programme for students who wish to utilize efficient logistics to unite the world.

    Companies today are looking for employees with strong competences within business, language, and logistics. If you would like to play a central role in planning, coordinating, and managing the company’s flow of goods, information in a global perspective, this is the perfect study programme for you!

    Why not choose a challenging study that will provide you with core competences within logistics, international finance, and supply chain management?

    Your career will begin from the very first day of your studies. During the education we focus on highly relevant issues within the subject area, among other things by inviting experienced professionals and specialists to visit as guest lecturers. You will acquire core competences upon which you can build further – either in subsequent job situations or through top-ups either in Denmark or abroad. 

    As a student at UCL University College you will also have an opportunity to gain international experience during your period of study.

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    In future, there will undoubtedly be a heavier demand for highly qualified and competent employees with degrees in logistics and marketing. 

    After completion of the education programme graduates are offered excellent job possibilities within Logistics and Marketing in Denmark and abroad.



    For applicants from NON EU countries

    Application date
    Oct 15
    Start date
    Feb 01

    For applicants from EU and Nordic countries

    Application date
    Jan 12
    Start date
    Feb 02

    UCL Business and Technology - Vejle

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    Marketing Management | Academy Profession Degree 2 years

    Marketing Management

    Academy Profession Degree of , 120 ECTS
    Economics, commerce, management and accounting

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 2 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 4100 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/marketing-management
    Description

    With a 2-year full time study programme in Marketing Management you will get the skills and competences to carry out planning, organising, and implementation within a wide field of work in Danish and international companies.

    With a degree in Marketing Management you will become a valuable asset for the organisation, as you will have a solid knowledge about economical, juridical, organizational, cultural, societal, and technological aspects. You will gain a useful foundation for an exciting career and opportunities for employment in Danish or foreign companies, for instance as a marketing coordinator, export coordinator, sales manager, product manager, and other similar job functions.

    Studying Marketing Management in Odense, you will become part of an exciting, modern study environment, in ongoing development. You have a large influence on your study environment, and you will meet students from a wide variety of countries.

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    With an AP Degree in Marketing Management you will gain a solid foundation for an exciting career. The education gives you opportunities for employment later on in Danish or foreign companies as:
    • marketing assistant
    • marketing coordinator
    • export coordinator/manager, consultant
    • logistics officer
    • sales manager
    • public relations officer
    • product manager


    Applicants from NON EU, EU and Nordic countries

    Application date
    Mar 15
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    Processes of Language Acquisition and Communicative Competencies | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    Processes of Language Acquisition and Communicative Competencies

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/english---processes-of-language-acquisition-and-communicative-competencies
    The module will focus on language learning, language acquisition and communicative competencies.

    Target Group

    Students of Education – Teacher Education, English as a second language or related disciplines

    Purpose

    The module will focus on language learning, language acquisition and communicative competences.Some of the themes are discourse and strategic competence, language learning strategies and communication strategies, receptive and productive skills, and inter-language development.We will learn how to plan teaching, which encourages language acquisition.We will discuss
    • the view of language (functional and communicative approach to language teaching),
    • the view of learning (age appropriate, practical learning, involving physical activity),
    • the view of didactics (“learning by doing”, self-determination), and
    • the view of subject (language and culture).
    During the module, we will develop didactic designs for different age groups and class levels.

    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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    Product Development and Integrative Technology | Top-up degree 1,5 years

    Product Development and Integrative Technology

    Top-up degree of , 120 ECTS
    Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 1,5 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 6700 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/product-development-and-integrative-technology
    Description

    A BA Top-up in Product Development and Integrative Technology is a good opportunity to further develop your skills within your area of profession and also to experience interdisciplinary work across other fields of profession.

    Through this interdisciplinarity, you will achieve a role as an integrator which enables you to handle tasks that cut across different fields of profession.After your graduation you are qualified for a job in a broad variety of companies ranging from consultancy companies to large industrial enterprises.


    The programme contains three fields of profession:
    • IT and electronics for IT and electronics engineers.
    • Installation and automation for installation contractors, automation engineers, and energy technologists.
    • Development of products and productions for production engineers.
    You can read more about the programme on UCL's website.


    Career opportunities

    After finishing the education, you can get a job in a broad variety of companies ranging from consultancy companies to large industrial enterprise.

    The job opportunities lie mainly within development, construction, and completion of products and technical systems/solutions. This also includes handling managerial tasks within development and integration tasks.

    The job functions you will be able to handle depend on your qualifying education.


    Application date
    Jul 01
    Start date
    Sep 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management | Academy Profession Degree 2 years

    Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management

    Academy Profession Degree of , 120 ECTS
    Hotel, tourism, leisure, transport and logistics

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
    Duration 2 years
    Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 4100 EUR
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/full-degree/service-hospitality-and-tourism-management
    Description

    if you dream of planning events, developing tourism and experience economy, or securing good customer relations, then an AP degree in Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management is the right choice for you!

    With an AP degree in Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management you will be equipped with relevant and up-to-date business practices based upon the latest research and theory within the field. Through the 2-year study programme you will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully participate in the daily operations of a service business. 

    Studying Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management in Odense or Vejle, you will become part of an exciting and modern study environment under constant development. As a student you have a large influence on your study environment, and you will meet students from a wide variety of countries. 

    You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.

    The programme is also offered at UCL's campus in Vejle.


    Career opportunities

    With an AP Degree in Service, Hospitality, and Tourism Management you will gain a solid foundation for an exciting career. The education gives you opportunities for employment later on in Danish or foreign companies as:
    • Marketing Coordinator
    • Sales Coordinator
    • Food & Beverage Assistant
    • Event Coordinator
    • Front office Personnel
    • Travel Agency Booking Assistant
    • Project Assistant
    • Conference Personnel
    • Sponsor Advisor


    For applicants from NON EU, EU and Nordic countries - summer

    Application date
    Mar 15
    Start date
    Sep 01

    For applicants from EU and Nordic countries - winter

    Application date
    Jan 12
    Start date
    Feb 01

    For applicants from NON EU countries - winter

    Application date
    Oct 15
    Start date
    Feb 01

    UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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    Understanding Interaction of Media with Culture and Society | Short-term programme 19 weeks

    Understanding Interaction of Media with Culture and Society

    Short-term programme of , 10 ECTS
    Teacher's training

    Institution UCL University College
    Campus UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense
    Duration 19 weeks
    Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
    Website https://www.ucl.dk/international/course-catalogue/exchange-programmes/understanding-interaction-of-media-with-culture-and-society
    The purpose of the module is to have knowledge of media and multimodal genres and to make you competent in acting critically to the media and their influence on society and culture in a global world.

    Target Group

    Exchange students from various faculties or programs of study who have been permitted to study at a university or a University College. The course is particularly suitable for students in the faculties of education, social sciences and humanities.In order to participate, students must speak English at an advanced level (C level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)).

    Purpose

    The purpose of the module is:
    • to have knowledge of media and multimodal genres
    • to make you competent in acting critically to the media and their influence on society and culture in a global world
    • to have knowledge of the developmental progress  in a global society
    • to have knowledge of and competence in using sociological and intercultural theories

    Learning Outcome

    The focus of the course will be to enhance the student’s knowledge of as well as the ability to work with and address the following topics:
    • 21st century skills
    • Fake news and other risks in the media
    • Intercultural competence
    • Media, multimodal genres and texts
    • Identity, socialisation and equality at a local and global level
    • Sociological theories on Modernity, Post-Modernity and Late Modernity
    • The relation between local, national, European and global events and developmental progress
    • Sociological theories on migration               


    Autumn 2020

    Application date
    May 15
    Start date
    Aug 10

    UCL Education and Social Sciences - Odense

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