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Copenhagen Business School EXC Short-term
Frederiksberg, Denmark (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Winter (Jul)
This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Restrictions: Sydney applicants only
Program Details:
Postgraduate coursework, Undergraduate
Program Type:
Exchange Short-Term
Anticipated Places:
Minimum Mark:
65%; Credit
Agreement Scope:
Arts and Social Sciences, Business School
Short-term Type:
Short-term Duration:
5-6 weeks
Program Description:

Copenhagen Business School
Short-Term Exchange
International Summer University Programme (ISUP)

Denmark - Copenhagen Business School - building
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Program description University of Sydney students have the opportunity to spend 6 weeks of their winter holidays undertaking classes and extracurricular activities at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

Find more information on the Summer Program here.

Program dates 26 June - 5 August 2017

IMPORTANT: Program end dates impact on Semester 2 2017 lectures (commencing on Monday 31 July 2017). Students must ensure they adhere to their individual attendance requirements for all units of study at the University of Sydney. No special consideration will be given by the faculty for assessment extensions or deferred exams because of their late commencement. If you are unsure of the requirements of your University of Sydney course, please consult your faculty. Special permission may be required in some circumstances.

Application deadline 21 March 2017
Eligibility criteria Please refer to the University of Sydney's website for full eligibility criteria here.
Credit / Not-for-credit You will be emailed credit application instructions for your faculty once you have expressed interest in this program with the form linked at the bottom of this page. Please allow 1-2 weeks for this information to be sent through.
Language Classes are instructed in English.
Fees and scholarships

2017 Program fee:  Tuition fee waiver
Additional costs (not included in program fee)
  * The cost for course material depends on the subject and number of courses. In some courses it is not required to buy books, in some more than one book is required. In the courses where buying books is required, you can count on spending approx. DKK 565 per course (with student discount in “Academic books”). Most expensive books will very seldom be over DKK 1000. Prices for books for Bachelor/undergraduate and graduate courses are similar.

Scholarship available:  AUD$1,000 (merit-based, application required)

OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.

About the university The Copenhagen Business School:
  • Ranked 43rd in the world in the Social Sciences and Management (QS 2015/16)
  • Established in 1917
  • Student population of 20,800 (3,600 international)
  • Aims to develop business leaders who can operate in a wider social, political and cultural context.
  Frederiksberg is a fashionable part of Copenhagen where you’ll find great shopping, green spaces, and delicious food. Considered to be one of Europe’s best student cities, Copenhagen offers a wonderful quality of life. There is a wide range of museums, arts festivals and concerts, as well as numerous bars, cafes and restaurants, including the best restaurant in the world, Noma. The city is relatively small and you can easily get around its parks, waterways and charming cobbled streets by foot or bicycle. 
Contact for more information Sydney Abroad Team 
University of Sydney

This program is currently not accepting applications.