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STP | Winter in Denmark (Aarhus)
Aarhus, Denmark (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
|Restrictions:||RMIT applicants only|
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|Key Experience Criteria|
|RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN):||Any compatible discipline||RMIT School:||Any compatible discipline|
|Study level:||Postgraduate, Undergraduate||
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|Program type:||Global Summer Programs||Time of year:||Summer|
|About your Experience|
- Host institution: Aarhus University (Denmark)
- Program dates: 7 - 18 January 2019
- Availability: 10 RMIT students per course (see course info below)
Based in Aarhus, Denmark’s second-largest city, which is regarded as a cultural powerhouse full of interesting museums, architecture, Viking heritage, festivals and galleries. See here for more information about the program.
This short-term program will be particularly attractive to RMIT Business students running during the Melbourne summer semester break, this will allow students to complete an elective or core course outside the main semesters.
For more information on the program, refer to the Aarhus BSS Winter School webpage.
- All RMIT undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework) students approved via study plan may apply
- Climate law – international and EU law in context (offered by the department of Law)
- Danish and European Business in a Global Perspective (offered by the department of Economics and Business Economics)
- Branding and advertising in complex markets (offered by the department of Management)
Note: course offerings may be subject to change at the partner.
Academic credit at RMIT
This is an opportunity for you to gain credit for your degree during the RMIT semester break.
- The exact credit will need to be discussed with your RMIT Program Coordinator. You will need to complete a study plan as part of your application as per the application process below.
- 7.5 ECTS is usually considered 12 RMIT credit points
There is no program fee for this program but some costs to consider are (but not limited to):
- RMIT tuition fee
- Cultural events
- Host country visa (if applicable)
- Personal expenditure
Students on approved overseas activities receive complimentary travel insurance (policy number: 41443), although you may require additional cover depending on your circumstances.
For more detailed information, please refer here
Aarhus do not provide on-campus accommodation but provide some recommendations. See here for more info.
Application and selection process
STEP 1: apply via Mobi by clicking the ‘Apply now’ button above by 23 SEPTEMBER 2018
Your application must include:
- Academic Approval: your RMIT school-approved study plan. See here for more information about seeking study plan approval.
- A statement of purpose about why you want to participate in this program and how it will benefit you personally and academically.
STEP 2: Successful applicants will then be nominated to the host institution
STEP 3: If nominated, you will then be contacted by GEO, who will advise you about the next stage of your application. You will need to complete an application to the host institution by 15 October 2018.
For Summer 2018 the following grants are available:
- 5 x $1000 Global Experience grants
Global Experience Advisor (Short-Term programs)
Phone: +61 3 9925 9980