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This is an international study program provided by BYU. The option to participate has also been extended to BYU-Idaho students. Please contact the program director to inquire after logistics of participation such as cost, available courses, and applications.
Situated in the north of Europe, Denmark has long been considered the gateway to Scandinavia. Denmark is renowned for its innovative "green" solutions, its modern engineering feats, and its creative fusion of old and new. On this study abroad we will enjoy the long summer days learning about the history and heritage of the oldest monarchy, a country that produced the Vikings, the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, Danish modern design, the decadent Danish pastry (wienerbrød), Thorvaldsen's "Christus," and so much more. Whether your interest is family history, art, language, or the casual café life of cosmopolitan Copenhagen, don't miss out on this singular opportunity to experience Denmark first hand.
Additional information can be found here:
June 24, 2013 - August 5, 2013
Phone: (801) 422-1032