International activitiesInternational activities

Students on the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Biomedical Laboratory Science can go on exchange abroad - 10-30% choose to do so with enormous professional and personal outcome.

Between 10-30% of the Danish students on the Biomedical Laboratory Science Programme choose to go on internship abroad during their 6th semester. Some also include their 7th semester finalizing their degree abroad. It is a great success! The high percentage of outgoing students are facilitated in cooperation with high standard partners in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Scandinavia (the last being within the Erasmus+ and Nordplus programmes).

The Programme make a great effort in welcoming international guest research speakers from our partner institutions including Professor Sam El-Osta from Monash University, lecturers from HoGent in Belgium, ESTeSL in Portugal, FH Joanneum in Austria and Metropolitan University in Oslo. 

The most used partners are:

Research departments at

  • Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany
  • Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  • University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Clinical hospital departments at

  • Escola Superior de Technologia da Saúde de Lisboa, Portugal
  • National Hospital in Tórshavn, The Faroe Islands
  • University of Iceland
  • Queen Ingrids Hospital in Nuuk, Greenland

Outgoing students are always encouraged to mentor incoming students. Mentoring includes arranging social events for the incoming students and helping out with practical things at the arrival to Denmark. Valuable international friendships and networks arise through these meetings. The majority of incoming students carry out their exchanges in clinical hospital laboratories in the Capital Region.

All mobility is organised through the international coordinator of the Programme.


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