Landscape architecture students have excellent study abroad opportunities to gain an international perspective on design and history. Students can spend three to six weeks in Copenhagen’s Danish Institute for Study Abroad, participating in summer design studio and/or history courses as well as traveling around Europe. Courses taken at DIS count as either elective or studio credit.
When extended summer participation is not an option, students may benefit from faculty-lead short courses offered over winter or spring breaks, as well as during the early part of the summer. Short courses count as elective credit.
Take a look at some of our students' snaps from a session at Copenhagen’s Danish Institute for Study Abroad:
Landscape Architecture student Emma Haley '15 exploring Copenhagen.
Landscape Architecture students biking around Copenhagen.
Students visiting the Frederiksborg Castle.
Students exploring the city of Copenhagen.
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