Aarhus University is Denmark's second oldest and largest university. Established in 1928, the school is situated in the city of Aarhus. It currently receives about 43,600 students. Aarhus University is currently organized into four major academic areas: Science and Technology, Arts, Business and Social Sciences, and Health. Aarhus is a very prestigious institution, having been ranked among the best universities in the world. As a final point, Aarhus University houses 15 centers of Excellence supported by the Danish National Research Foundation as well as a considerable number of major... See full description.
Danish Institute for Study Abroad came into existence in 1959. It is run by the Danish government, while having affiliation with the University of Copenhagen. The centre is located in Vestergade - the city centre of Copenhagen. The centre offers more than 100 courses, covering topics such as environment, ethnicity, inequality, urban issues, design, gender, child development and health care. DIS uniquely offers long term study tours in Europe, especially Denmark. These tours hold credit points and are guided by teachers of DIS. DIS is endorsed by the Danish Minitry of Science, Technology... See full description.
DNS stands for “Necessary Teacher Training College” which was established in 1972. The name represents the aim of the institute located in Tvind, Ulfborg, Denmark which is to provide quality education to under privileged areas as it is necessary to foster a healthy society. DNS is an international school catering students from all over Europe. English is the medium of instruction but Danish and other languages are taught as well. The teacher novice lives within the proximity of the school. The teaching focus is on one subject at a time. The routine at DNS is very unique as there are... See full description.