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Childhood in a Nordic Perspective

Short-term programme of Childhood in a Nordic Perspective, 20 ECTS
Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts Teacher's training

Institution University College Copenhagen
Campus Campus
Duration 0,5
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 3375 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 3375 EUR
Website https://ucc.dk/international/study-ucc/what-can-i-study/study-social-education/social-education-english

Description

What is childhood from a Nordic perspective? Learn about experiential learning in Denmark and Norway. Discover how children learn through activities that integrate play, movement, nature and outdoor education and practise organising didactic courses and activities for children. The course includes field work and visits to the Norwegian landscape, which is viewed as a place for play and experiential learning.

The course is organised in collaboration with Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences.
The course will run from mid-August to mid-December. The basic course is 20 ECTS, with an optional add-on of 10 ECTS.

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Career opportunities

The course gives you experience and competency in learning through working with play, movement, nature and outdoor education and in organising didactic courses and activities for children as a part of your education.

About the Degree

This is an exchange programme aimed at UCC’s strategic partners. Hence we encourage you to contact the International Coordinator at your home institution to learn whether your institution has such an arrangement with UCC. 

Admission

Students must have completed 2 years at BA level before entering the course. The course is in English at BA level - documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English match this level. 
Read about the language requirements of UCC

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact University College UCC directly. 

Apply directly at University College Copenhagen with all relevant documentation.

A list of the most commonly recognised exams and diplomas can be found at the 
Danish Agency for Higher Education

Tuition

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. When applying for a course, please check whether your university has a bilateral agreement with UCC. In order to receive an official referral to study at UCC, please contact the International Office at your university. UCC is an Erasmus Charter institution. Without an exchange programme there is a tuition fee of approx.:
  • 20 ECTS: 2.250 Euro
  • 30 ECTS: 3.375 Euro
(2016 price level)

For Further Information

See the Ministry of Higher Education and Science for more information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education. 

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in 
Guide to diploma recognition.

For information about the Danish educational system in general, see 
The Danish Higher Education System.




Autumn

Application date
Apr 01
Start date
Aug 21

Campus

Description

Welcome to UCC's Department of Social Education, North Zealand

 At Department of Social Education, North Zealand we see diversity as a strength. Therefore, when studying at our department you will meet teachers as well as fellow students with different backgrounds and experiences.

It is our ambition to provide you with an updated and professional training, which gives you the best conditions for your future professionel career as a social educator.

Study environment

The study programme takes place at University College UCC's campus situated in the heart of North Zealand - with room for more than 1,800 students and approximately 200 employees.

The campus provides a framework for five professional bachelor degree programmes, research and development and activities in the professional health- and educational field.

The campus is centrally located with only 5 minutes to the nearest station, Hilleroed, and a trip to the central part of Copenhagen takes only about 30 minutes.

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