The Danish School of Media and Journalism is a training and knowledge center for the media and communications sector with a focus on talent, lifelong learning and innovation. The Danish School of Media and Journalism has a close cooperation with the media industry and participates in a number of projects that contribute to meeting the need for new knowledge and to the development of media businesses, organizations, and employees. Click here to see what the Danish School of Media is about!
The Danish School of Media and Journalism has 2 campuses - one in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and one in Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city.
- Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, has often been considered one of the best cities to live in. Offering the perfect combination of metropolitan life and outdoor activities, Copenhagen has something for everyone. From the Strøget in the city center to the world-renowned Tivoli Gardens and Freetown Christiania, there is never a dull moment in this scenic city. For a video showing the beauty of Copenhagen click here.
- To see a video about Aarhus Click Here
- January is considered the coldest month in Copenhagen, with average temperatures of 32°F
- July is the hottest month in Copenhagen, with average temperatures of 63°F
Campus Cophagen has about:
360 full time students
20 teachers and researchers
100 part time instructors, mainly from the industry
20 administrative staff
Undergraduate programmes offered at Campus Copenhagen:
TV and Media Directing
Media Production and Management
Campus Aarhus has about:
1100 full time students
50 teachers and researchers
50 part time instructors, mainly from the industry
40 administrative staff
Undergraduate programmes offered at Campus Aarhus:
Campus Aarhus is the largest and oldest institution for the education of journalists in Denmark, and one of the largest institutions for the education of journalists in Europe.
For a list of courses taught in English, click here
Dorming options for the university are very limited; however, the exchange coordinator, Xavier, will post information about housing options to their Facebook page.
Students who are eligible for financial aid may apply their award package to most semester or year long study abroad programs. Students are also eligible for either need-based subsidized or unsubsidized non-need-based federal direct loans. A list of alternative student loans is available in the CSULB Office of Financial Aid (BH-123).
Additional financing information can be found at this webpage