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  • Locations: Aarhus, Denmark
  • Program Terms: November-February
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Deakin Faculty: Faculty of Arts & Education, Faculty of Business & Law Program Type: Short Term Partner Program - Exchange
Language of Instruction: English Credit Weighting: 1 Credit Point
Credit Type: Undergraduate Housing Options: Own Arrangements
OS Help Available: Yes Scholarships Available: Yes
Program Description:
Aarhus


Aarhus University - Winter School 15 x $1,000 travel grants available

Aarhus University is among the top 100 universities in the world. Founded in 1928 it has a long tradition of offering broad and internationally recognized research and education. The study environment at the university is concentrated around an attractive campus in the centre of the city of Aarhus, and the university plays a decisive - and essential - role at the hub of the city. The wide range of on-campus facilities for students as well as the abundance of social and academic activities contributes to the unique study environment at Aarhus University.


Location profile:
Aarhus, is the main city on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. With a population of just over 300,000 people, it also holds the title of Denmark's second largest city. Aarhus offers an elegant mix of cosmopolitan city and quaint small town charm, with wonderful pubs, restaurants and romantic places. The average age of its inhabitants is among the lowest in Europe. This is mainly because of the large student population. Jutland's cultural heart, Aarhus is an exuberant university town with a perfectly preserved old town and a recreated historic village, Den Gamle By. The top draw is the Moesgard Museum of Prehistory, showcasing exhibits from the Stone Age to Viking days and home to the city's most famous citizen, the 2000-year-old Grauballe Man. It's a lively spot, teeming with cafes, restaurants, clubs and cinemas. aarhus perches on Jutland's eastern coast amid beaches and woodland.
Denmark has evolved into a modern, prosperous nation that is participating in the general political and economic integration of Europe. Today Denmark is a society that is often seen as a benchmark of civilization with progressive social policies and a commitment to free speech. Top it off with a rich, well-preserved cultural heritage, and the Danes legendary sense of design and architecture, and you have one intriguing holiday destination.

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Academic information:

The Aarhus University Winter School offers three different units. Please note Deakin students are only able to undertake one of the units listed below as they have been approved by our academics.
Danish and European Business in a Global Perspective
This program has been assessed as a level 3 elective, 1 Deakin credit.
Approved by Business and Law


28 countries are now members of the European Union. If you want to do business in any country you need to know a lot about the country as well as the European Union. As always you also have too to keep in mind that we live a globalized world and that it especially the case for the corporate sector.
After having completed this unit you will have a good understanding of:
  • Knowledge about Denmark and the Danish economy
  • Competitiveness of Danish companies in the globalized world
  • Denmark and Europe
  • The structure and policies of European Union – especially its trade and development policies
  • European Union in a global context – how does the EU compare to other global players and how does it affect global business?
  • Perspectives of the future of EU
For more information in regards to the course structure and exams, please visit this link.
 

Climate Law - International and EU law in context
This program has been assessed as a level 3 law elective, 1 Deakin credit.
Approved by Business and Law


Legal frameworks, and laws set in place are no longer confined to the traditional nation state settings. Instead, in an ever-increasing globalised world, the influence of law from outside nation states, has huge ramifications for how the law today is formulated, debated, implemented, obeyed, and enforced.
The course aims to introduce the students to the international and EU legal systems, and to illustrate on the example of climate law how these two systems interact, complement and compete with each other, including their interaction with national law. You will acquire critical knowledge for engaging in discussion on the interplay between the different hierarchical levels of legal regulation, both generally and within the specific field of climate law.
For more information in regards to the course structure and exams, please visit this link.
 

Branding and advertising in complex markets
This program has been assessed as a level 2 B&L elective, 1 Deakin credit.
Approved by Business and Law
This program has been assessed as a level 2 Arts elective, 1 Deakin credit.
Approved by Arts & Education


The course aims to provide you with basic insights and skills within planning and managing advertising in complex markets. In order to fulfill this aim, the course provides you with the following qualifications:

Knowledge about:
  • different brand theories, key concepts and models
  • different approaches to and understandings of communication in general, and advertising in particular
  • different understandings of - and methods for analysing - markets and consumers as a base for branding and advertising
  • the meaning and value of advertisement, e.g. social, cognitive, cultural and economic
  • the creative brief and its importance for branding and advertising
For more information in regards to the course structure and exams, please visit this link.
Accommodation:
Each student is responsible for organising their own accommodation for the duration of their stay. There are plenty of options available in or around Aarhus city centre and the university. See here for accommodation information

Cost:  No program fee! Please note though: You will have to pay for and organise your own flights, accommodation and personal expenses. This is an Exchange program meaning you will pay a unit fee to Deakin University.

Program Dates: 8th January to 19 January 2018

Funding:
  • You may be eligible for the OS help loan of up to $6,567
  • Deakin Abroad will be giving 15 x $1,000 grants to the 10 students with the highest WAM (you won't receive the grant if you are also eligible for the DBS grant as you can only receive one of the two)
  • Deakin Business School is giving away $1,000 travel grants*
*IMPORTANT TRAVEL GRANT INFORMATION FOR DEAKIN BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS
- You must apply to Study Abroad after Feb 2017 and be participating in T1, T2 or T3 (2017).
- You must be enrolled in a Deakin unit and studying a Deakin Business School (DBS) degree (or a double degree with Business) in order to receive these funds.
- If you withdraw from your Study Abroad program you will be required to return these funds to Deakin University.
- If you have received any other funding from Deakin for your Study Abroad (not including OS-Help) you may not be eligible – please contact bl-abroad@deakin.edu.au to confirm.
- Grants are limited and are on a first-in, first-served basis.

For more information please visit the partner website
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Short Term Partner Programs will earn you 30 points towards the Global Citizenship Program.


This program is currently not accepting applications.