DCC Course in Danish Culture

Course content

Course in Danish Culture is a course in English for international students offered each semester. The course deals with different aspects of Danish Culture such as literature, mythology, history, film, music, architecture, painting, the welfare state and national identity. The course is a unique combination of lectures and excursions, which include an excursion to Louisiana, one of the most famous museums of modern art in the world, and to Frederiksborg Castle, the most spectacular castle in northern Europe.

www.danishculturecourse.ku.dk

Education

Danish Culture Courses

Lectures and excursions

The course is only offered to exchange and guest students at the University of Copenhagen.

ECTS
See exam description
Type of assessment
Course participation
Active participation in a minimum of 80% of classes and excursions.
Aid
All aids allowed
Marking scale
passed/not passed
Censorship form
No external censorship
ECTS
See exam description
Type of assessment
Written assignment
Written take-home assignment, set subject. 6-10 standard pages.
Aid
All aids allowed
Marking scale
7-point grading scale
Censorship form
No external censorship
ECTS
See exam description
Type of assessment
Written assignment
Written take-home assignment, optional subject. 16-20 standard pages.
Aid
All aids allowed
Marking scale
7-point grading scale
Censorship form
No external censorship

Single subject courses (day)

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 29
  • Excursions
  • 19
  • English
  • 48

Kursusinformation

Language
English
Course number
HDCB01001U
ECTS
See exam description
Programme level
Bachelor
Bachelor choice
Duration

1 semester

Schedulegroup
Thursday 13-15 plus excursions
Capacity
150
Studyboard
Study Board of Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
Contracting department
  • SAXO-Institute - Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
Contracting faculty
  • Faculty of Humanities
Course Coordinator
  • Per Methner Rasmussen   (3-747176446c7971326f7932686f)
Teacher

Peter Christensen et al.

Saved on the 20-06-2019

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