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DIS/ Neuroscience
Copenhagen, Denmark
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Fall,
Spring
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Homepage: Click to visit
Program Sponsor: Danish Institute for Study Abroad 
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2014-2015 02/14/2014 
03/04/2014 TBA TBA
Fall 2014 02/14/2014 
03/04/2014 TBA TBA
Spring 2015 02/14/2014 
03/04/2014 TBA TBA

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Fact Sheet:
 Program Type:
Study Center
 Program Language(s):
English
 Area of Study(s):
Biology, Neuroscience
 Minimum Semesters of Previous Language Study Required:
0
 Housing Options:
Apartment (shared), Dormitory, Homestay
 Experiential Learning Opportunities:
Research Project
Highlighted Program: Yes
Program Description:
This program explores the role of the nervous system in regulating physiological processes both on the cellular and molecular levels. It is designed to give you an understanding of the structure and function of the nervous system, and the biology behind different types of clinically relevant psychiatric disorders when different
psychoactive drugs are applied.

The Neuroscience program will allow you to:
  • Gain insight into cutting-edge neuroscience research in Scandinavia through research projects that will allow you to meet experts working directly in neuroscience
  • Access top researchers in and outside of the classroom who will broaden your perspective on developments in neuroscience internationally
     
  • Travel with your classmates and DIS faculty on course-integrated study tours to Denmark, Southern Sweden, Switzerland, and Southern Germany, and gain exposure to experts and top researchers within the neuroscience field

This program is right for you if you study biology, health science, neuroscience, or a similar discipline. It is designed to ensure you will acquire skills for a future career or graduate degree in the health professions, scientific research, or in the mental health disciplines.




Brandeis Specific Information

Program Prerequisites: One year of biology and one year of chemistry at university level.

Please note that the following programs are NOT approved for Brandeis credit:

  • Pre-Architecture
  • Architecture and Design
  • Textile Design
Please also note that ONLY the following housing options are approved:
  • Host Family
  • Kollegium
  • Folkehøjskole
**A full course load on the DIS program is fifteen credits (usually five courses). One course must be in Danish. Please note that one credit classes do not count toward the fifteen credits. Brandeis students must enroll in courses that are worth a minimum of three credits. If you have questions about putting your schedule together, please see a member of the study abroad staff.

Application Process:

Brandeis students can apply directly through the Office of Study Abroad for admission into the DIS program.

Visit the Brandeis Study Abroad Website in order to obtain more information about the internal application process, advising hours, academic credit, and financial aid transfer.

 
Scholarship Details:
Students interested in learning more about study abroad scholarship opportunities should visit the scholarship section of the Brandeis study abroad website. 
 
*Please note that all information is subject to change.


 
This program is currently not accepting applications.