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Denmark Exchange

There are exciting Denmark exchange opportunities through NIC with the University College Sjaelland (UCSJ). Study abroad placements occur in the fall or winter (subject to availability). The language of instruction is English.

Read more about NIC's exchange opportunities with the University College Sjaelland in this FAQ .

Denmark Exchange Dates

There is space for up to two students per year, and possibly more if space allows.

  • Sept - Jan (Fall semester)
  • Feb - April (Winter semester)

NIC Denmark Exchange Application Deadlines

  • Fall semester: March 1
  • Winter semester: September 15

Application Package

Study Abroad Application

“Choosing to step out of my comfort zone and study abroad was the best decision I could have made. For me, going to Denmark was a challenge that I will forever be grateful for. Travelling and learning about nursing in another country gave me different views and perspectives that I was able to bring home and integrate into my practice.”
Carissa Sklepowich
NIC nursing student

Fields of Study

NIC Students in the specific programs highlighted below can take courses and/or do a practicum placement at UCSJ.

  • Human Services Certificate – Educational Assistant / Community Support
  • Human Services Diploma
  • Social Service Diploma
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
  • Early Childhood Care & Education Certificate
  • Early Childhood Care & Education Diploma
  • Practical Nursing Diploma
  • Tourism & Hospitality Management Certificate
  • Tourism & Hospitality Management Diploma

UCSJ Student Studies At NIC

University College Sjaelland student Pernille Hartmann spent a semester at NIC as part of our exchange program with UCSJ. Pernille talks about what it's like to study in Denmark, for those NIC students interested in the study abroad opportunity. She also talks about her experiences at NIC, and what the highlights have been for her, during her time with us at the Comox Valley campus, in 2016.

Did You Know?

The University College Sjaelland has over 10,000 full and part-time students with 650 employees across seven regional campuses in Næstved, Denmark. The university college has worked hard in recent years to develop its digital learning culture with robot technologies. It is also active in the local and regional business and research community to ensure inspirational and innovative study environments for domestic students as well as those choosing to study abroad with the institution.

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Questions? Contact the Office of Global Engagement with your study abroad questions. T: 1-250-334-5033 or istudyabroad@nic.bc.ca