This is a student driven experience in which students work with the University College of Northern Denmark faculty liaison to develop an international learning experience based on student interest. Areas students have the opportunity to explore include dementia care, mental health, health promotion across the lifespan and maternal-child health and wellness.
Students will have the opportunity to visit University College of Northern Denmark campuses in Aalborg and possibly Hjorring and interact with Danish nursing students. Students will be involved in activities and learning experiences based on their learning plan. There is an opportunity for nursing students to shadow Danish RN’s in an acute care setting. There will be free time on weekends for students to explore the history and culture of Denmark.
University College of Northern Denmark
Aalborg and Hjørring, Denmark
Travel dates: Early April to Late April
The proposed itinerary covers the following topics and the timeline is as follows:
July: Meet with FoH Global Health Coordinator to discuss possibility of travelling to Denmark
September: Complete KPU International Global Learning Experience Application Form and submit deposit
October: Meet with designated program faculty to develop an appropriate learning plan
November: Meet with UCN faculty to develop itinerary for learning experience
January to March: Take classes at KPU and one pre-departure session
Early April: Depart for Denmark for 2 weeks of scheduled global learning experience. Some students will complete online learning for courses back at KPU during this time.
Late April: Depart for Vancouver
|Estimated Fees||$30 to $60 per night per unit****||Estimated $1100 to $1400***|
Two cheques of $250 (a total of $500) non-refundable deposit is required at the time of application. Before the student departs, KPU will return the first half of $250 deposit back to the students. The second half of $250 will be returned back to students after they have completed their global learning experience abroad.
The deposit will be used as a contingency fund.
***Costs may vary. For a more accurate estimate, please search for flights on the departure and return travel dates through your preferred travel provider.
****Students will be required to secure their own accommodation. The cost provided in the chart is based on the average cost on Airbnb.
Scholarships and fundraising opportunities
Both scholarships and fundraising opportunities to help students pay for the Global Learning Experience are available.
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Information about fundraising opportunities: https://kpu.ca/foundation/student-fundraising
|Program Fee||Deadline||Where to Pay|
|Deposit (to reserve your spot)||$500 Non-refundable deposit*||September 31, 2021||Faculty of Health or KPU International|
*Should a participant decide to withdraw from the program after the deposit deadline, s/he will forfeit the non-refundable deposit and this money will remain in the contingency Fund.
Payment of academic fees, due dates, withdrawal charges, refund policies, and associated policies for academic fees are set as per the university calendar.
Please note that should a decision be made by KPU to cancel the program due to low enrolment or other academic/risk issues, participants will be entitled to a full rebate of the deposit.
Pre-requisites as follows:
Students will need to be enrolled in one of the following KPU Faculty of Health programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Advanced Entry
- Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing
September 30, 2021
Applicants must submit their online application and make their payment of the $500 deposit by this date.
Please pay your $500 deposit directly to the Faculty of Health or KPU International.
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