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  • Locations: Stockholm, Sweden
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia 
  • Restrictions: Augsburg applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
Program Description:
DIS Stockholm - Summer 2018 
Our summer calendar makes it easy to mix and match sessions between Copenhagen and Stockholm and stay for the amount of time that is right for you. Choose from three-, four-, or seven-week sessions, or combine sessions to stay up to 10 weeks. You can earn up to 12 credits over your summer. Below are the DIS Stockholm Courses. Please reference our 'DIS Copenhagen - Summer Courses' brochure for a complete list of Copenhagen courses!

Highlights of Spending Your Summer with DIS
  • Flexibility! DIS courses run in several sessions of varying length, with different start and end dates. You choose which courses and sessions are best suited to your academic goals
  • Earn credits. DIS offers courses across a wide array of disciplines. You can earn between 3 and 12 credits, and choose to enhance your major or try something new
  • Copenhagen and Stockholm as your home, Europe as your classroom. Most sessions include course-integrated study tours to relevant locations in Europe that further your perspectives on course topics
  • Stimulating, cutting-edge courses. Taught with a focus on interaction and real-life experience, all courses feature field studies in Copenhagen and Stockholm to bring classroom discussions to life
  • No hidden costs. DIS provides you with housing, study tours, and field studies, as well as your other needs such as course reading materials and textbooks, an Arrival Workshop, and 24-hour emergency support 
Session 1 - Stockholm
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | May 21 - June 8 
Activism: Gender, Sexuality, and Race
Behavioral Economics: European Case Studies
Medical Diagnostics
Scandinavian Crime Fiction
Understanding Terrorism: Causes, Solutions, and Dilemmas

Session 2 - Stockholm (Session 2 courses include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Stockholm.) 
3 Weeks | 3 Credits | June 11 - June 30 
Gender, Equality, and Sexuality in Scandinavia
Study Tour: Berlin
Power of Women in the Viking Age
Study Tour: York
Psychology of Political Behavior
Study Tour: Berlin
Public Finance: European Perspectives
Study Tour: Athens
Translational Medicine: From Bench to Bedside
Study Tour: London-Oxford

Session 3 - Stockholm (Session 3 courses span four weeks, include a five-day course-integrated study tour to a relevant European destination, and take you on field studies in Copenhagen.) 
4 Weeks | 4 Credits | July 2 - July 29 
Lifespan Psychology: Shaping the Self
Study Tour: Zurich
Public Health Policy in Practice
Study Tour: Belfast-Dublin
Trash Culture: Consumption, Waste, and Re-use
Study Tour: London
World of Vikings: Facts, Fiction, and Fantasy
Study Tour: Iceland

DIS HOUSING OPTIONS
DIS housing provides the opportunity to be independent and focus on your academic experience, while living in local neighborhoods in the Copenhagen and Stockholm areas. 

You will either live in a Residential Community, Kollegium, or StudentBoende, providing you with a comfortable base for your study abroad experience. DIS housing allows you to live independently and be self-reliant, by cooking your own meals and taking the initiative to meet new people. You will live with a local Social & Residential Advisor (SRA) alongside fellow DIS students and/or Danish/Swedish and international students. 

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
NOTE: Please refer to DIS website for summer session dates.

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.