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Study Abroad in Denmark

Eastern Oklahoma State College has partnered with Silkeborg Business College in Silkeborg, Denmark to create a study abroad program for the spring 2018 semester.  The course will be a Humanities course worth three-credit hours. Students must apply for admission to the program.

The trip is tentatively scheduled for May 7-15, 2018. Plans are in development for the curriculum and the schedule for the trip. A more detailed schedule and itinerary will be made available as soon as possible.

To be considered for this study abroad trip, students must complete the application in its entirety. The completed application with all supporting documents must be returned to the Office of Academic Affairs by 5 p.m. on Sept. 29, 2017.

Application and Supporting Documents

  • Denmark Study Abroad Application (pdf)
  • Two (2) Letters of Recommendation from current EOSC faculty members that are in sealed envelopes
  • An original essay of 500 words or less to answer this question: How will being chosen to travel to Denmark benefit me, the college, and the community?
The completed application with all attachments should be returned by 5 p.m. Sept. 29, 2017 to:

Eastern Oklahoma State College
Office of Academic Affairs
Library 151
1301 W. Main Street
Wilburton, OK 74578
ldickson@eosc.edu

Estimated Expenses

Students chosen to travel to Denmark will be responsible for covering the following estimated costs:
  • Approximately $2,500 for airfare/transportation, lodging, meals and entry fees for activities. (Final costs may vary depending on airfare and activity schedule.)
  • Cost of securing a passport
  • Cost of taking a course in Spring 2018
  • Spending money while away
Applications will be reviewed for consideration by a committee of faculty and staff. The study abroad trip is contingent upon students raising required funds. Students will have the opportunity to host fundraisers and seek donations to assist with the cost of the trip.

Contact

For more information, contact:

Kristen Turner
Mass Communication Professor
Baker 124
918-465-1720

Crystal Shipman
Agronomy Instructor
Baker 214
918-465-1727