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  • Locations: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Program Terms: Spring Break
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Minimum GPA: Good Standing Housing: Hostel
Language of Instruction: English Program Type: GSU
Program Director: Dr. Jade Gross Sponsoring College: Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions
Sponsoring Department: Occupational Therapy Credit Type: GSU Credit
Credit Level: Graduate Credit
Program Description:
Addressing Health and Wellbeing for At-Risk, Underserved, and Marginalized Populations: Cross-cultural Perspectives
March 14-21, 2020 | 3 Credit Hours
Program Director Contact Info: Dr. Jade Gross | 1252 Urban Life |

Students interested in applying should click the Apply Now button to login with their Campus ID and password and complete all application components. Because the program size is limited, early application is strongly advised. Individual interviews may be scheduled with students upon receipt of the application. 

Nyhavn Port

This Denmark study abroad course will involve participation in online and in-person discussions based on course readings, which will include a variety of research articles. Once students demonstrate understanding of the process of effective program planning, students will then analyze program planning research that supports the health and wellbeing of at-risk, underserved, and marginalized populations. Specifically, students will be comparing and contrasting evidence from both the United States and Denmark. Prior to the departure, students will participate in an orientation including Denmark culture, cultural communication, trip expectations, and travel logistics. During the study abroad experience, students will participate in daily group activities including tours and discussions with healthcare providers, university faculty and students, and local stakeholders. Following the study abroad daily activities, students will reconvene for reflection and discussion as a group. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to experience Denmark culture through food, museum, and local market experiences. Once back at Georgia State University, students will prepare a final presentation and portfolio of their course learning and experiences.

Hans Christian Statue There will be a few class sessions prior to departure, where the program's coursework will be discussed, and students will receive important pre-departure information about health, safety & insurance. There may also be at least one class session held after returning to Atlanta for debriefing. Please note: Georgia State University reserves the right to alter travel and other arrangements if required by circumstances.

TBD - will announce more details prior to November 15


Participants will be staying in Danhostel Copenhagen City in the heart of Copenhagen. Danhostel provides modern rooms with private bathrooms and is located near many activities for this study abroad trip.
Rainy street in DenmarkStudents in the Department of Occupational Therapy in the first year of the program and in good academic standing are eligible to apply. Program size is limited and participation is contingent upon acceptance by the Program Director.

  • Transient students should visit the Transient Student tab on the How to Apply page of our website
  • International students at Georgia State who hold F-1 visas must contact the Office of International Students and Scholar Services at (404) 413-2070 to discuss possible implications of study abroad for their immigration status.

Participants who successfully complete the program’s courses will receive 3 semester hours of course credit at Georgia State University. Graduate students should register for CNHP 8002. Students from other institutions should follow their institution’s regulations concerning transfer credits.
Program cost may vary at any time according to currency fluctuations and changing travel arrangements. The program cost is tentatively set at $3,000, PLUS regular Georgia State University tuition and fees. Nonresident/out-of-state students will pay in-state tuition plus a $250 fee in addition to the program cost.
Program Cost Includes:
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Accommodations
  • All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, except one evening meal on your scheduled free time
  • Travel between cities & local transit
  • Health/evacuation/repatriation insurance
Program Cost Does Not Include:
Payment Schedule
October 15, 2019: $750 deposit due with application
November 15, 2019: $750 payment due
Early December 1, 2019: $1,500 remaining balance due along with tuition & fees for Spring term

All payments are non-refundable upon receipt
Financial Aid & Scholarships

Georgia State University students may use any financial aid they currently receive for the term they study abroad, including: Pell Grant, Federal Direct Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans and PLUS loans), Perkins Loan, HOPE Scholarship, and other scholarships. Please note: due to federal regulations, these funds are not available in time to use for your initial payments! Georgia State University students may be eligible for the IEF Scholarship and the International Access Scholarship.

Students who:

  • Meet the eligibility requirements
  • Are accepted into a program
  • Pay a deposit by the deposit deadline

will be considered for these scholarships based upon the program application they submit. Visit the scholarship page on our website or stop by the Study Abroad Programs Office for advisement to learn more about other scholarship opportunities & financial aid for study abroad.
Nyhavn Canal Students participating in GSU-sponsored programs must complete a Health Clearance upon acceptance to their program. Please print this page to take with you to your appointment. Prior to departure, Study Abroad Programs will enroll students in international insurance for the duration of their study abroad, the cost of which is included in the program fee. The U.S. State Department's website provides important international travel information about health, safety & security.

Students traveling on this program should expect:
  • Extended periods of walking
  • Possible sun exposure

Required Vaccinations: There are no required vaccinations for this program. Please consult the CDC's travel page and discuss any recommended vaccinations with your physician.
Kronborg Study Abroad Advising

Interested in studying abroad, but not quite sure where to get started? Meeting with a Peer Advisor is your first step in studying abroad! All of our Peer Advisors have study abroad experience and can help you define your goals for studying abroad and point you to resources to make your study abroad experience a success. After you meet with a Peer Advisor to learn the basics about studying abroad, you are eligible to come in to meet with a Study Abroad Advisor during walk-in advising hours. Study Abroad Advisors are here to guide you through the entire study abroad process, from choosing a program and applying to scholarships to making sure you're readjusting to life back on campus when you return. To view our current advising schedule, please visit our website.


Study Abroad Programs Office
Georgia State University
International Center
Dahlberg Hall, 3rd Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
(404) 413-2529

This program is currently not accepting applications.