Randolph’s affiliation with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) enables students to take courses in Copenhagen, Denmark for one semester. Since 1959, DIS has provided a cross-cultural experience for students who want to be challenged academically; interactive classrooms combine expert faculty, guest lectures and field studies to create an intense, experiential learning environment that will both challenge and inspire you.
Build your own curriculum from over 120 courses taught across a range of majors. Courses in medical practice and policy as well as marine and environmental biology have been of special interest to Randolph students. Communication & Mass Media, European Culture & History, European Politics & Society, International Business & Economics, Migration & Multiculturalism and Psychology & Child Development are among the other academic programs offered through DIS - http://www.dis.dk/.
All instruction is in English; students are required to take one course in the Danish language while overseas. Students pay Randolph College tuition plus local room and board costs in Denmark .