Dania joined the Travelbird Scholarship Program – 3000 EURO Scholarship Prize

Scholarship-Program-travelbirdThe program consists in a competition for students, which give them an opportunity to spend a 3 to 6 months internship in TravelBird, which is located inAmsterdam, and has more than 30 nationalities currently employed. We have a wide range of possible work tasks for this internship, which means that the winner will have a variety of challenges relevant for that persons study programme.

Furthermore, we will provide the student with a 3.000 EUR scholarship, supported by another 350 EUR every month, as a contribution to the costs involved in moving to another country.  Continue reading

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Weird Danish Christmas traditions

Each culture has, of course its own holiday traditions. While some are family oriented or mostly formal, in other cultures, holidays have their own ”color”. Danish Christmas is no exception as some may say that some of the customs do make sense, but only for Danes. 🙂
So take a scroll down Denmark’s Christmas lane an see if you can identify yourself with the Danish Christmas ‘hygge’

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Career Day at Dania

Career Day ViborgDania Academy of Higher Education was the host of a two-day Career event in both international campuses. International representatives from the Netherlands, the UK, Norway and Denmark were present at the venue, to tell students about the possibilities of going abroad after their studies.

‘’I am pleasantly surprised by the number of students present today and about their interest in going abroad. It is not my first time at Dania. I have been here before to talk to students about internships abroad. I like coming here because of all the great energy I get from the students. They are so enthusiastic about what an experience abroad would mean for their future,’’ explains Mickey Kromann-Jensen, founder and international consultant at StudySEA.

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”An experience that beats any Google search”

Dania Academy of Higher Education in Denmark was the host of 48 international students from Lithuania in October. The enthusiastic visitors spent a couple of days in the two international campuses located in Randers and Viborg and had the chance to experience the Dania way of studying. The Lithuanian students not only had a glimpse into the study atmosphere, but also into the campus’ environment and the Danish way of life.