German students now get the chance to try out bachelor or master study programs of special interest at the University of Southern Denmark. Students from high school, university or universities of applied science are invited to participate on a special one-day program on 28 February – free of charge.
The students will experience the programs and the international study environment at close hand at the university’s campus in Sønderborg near the German border.
Choose between sciences
The German students can choose to learn more about engineering, science, social sciences, language and culture, or health. The program offers both introductory presentations on the study programs as well as workshops or lectures on specific topics closely related to the programs.
Check out student life in Sønderborg
The event will provide a special view of higher learning in Denmark - students work in smaller groups, theoretical knowledge is put into practice, and students have a high influence on the study activities.
Free transportation from Hamburg
The University of Southern Denmark offers free transportation from Hamburg, Lübeck, Kiel, Schleswig and Flensburg to Alsion in Sønderborg.
End the day in Sønderborg City
The day ends with a meal at Café Alsion and a trip to cozy downtown Sønderborg. Student representatives from the university will be guides for the students the entire day – starting on the bus.
Note! There is a limit of 120 participants for the Study Try-Out day. There is room for an equal number of participants on each area of studies. Participation will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
For further information please contact
- Melissa E. Knoch-Asmussen on tel. +45 6550 1170