Student SupportStudent Support

The Bachelor's Degree in Global Nutrition and Health has developed a variety of activities to support you as a new student.

The international environment at the Bachelor's Degree in Global Nutrition and Health is a great challenge for both students, teachers and staff. Especially students coming from abroad are struggling a lot, trying to cope with  a new country, a new language and a new culture. We want all students to have the same opportunities, despite the many different backgrounds. Therefore we are constantly developing new projects to help our students the best we can.

Academic advising

During the first semester, the first semester teachers conducts an individual interview with each one of the new students. The objective of the interview is to discuss if you as a student feel at home, how you are doing academically and socially and what both parties can do to make your education a success.

Student Counselling

If you as a student have any concerns about your study here you can get direct and confidential counselling from our Student Counselors. The Student Counselors can help you with academic concerns, social concerns and/or private matters.

Free Danish Course

As a new non-Danish student you are offered a free Danish Course. The course is offered at all levels. The teaching methods are modern using a mix of books, CD's and IT software. In addition to classroom learning, you will also have the opportunity of learning at home using our software on your computer. All teaching materials are free. The course will assure you that you will become proficient in reading, writing, listening and understanding spoken Danish, grammar, pronunciation and conversation. You will also acquire knowledge of Danish culture and society. The Danish Course takes place once a week (3 lessons at a time). At the end of the course you will have the chance to take an official test corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference: A1 for beginners and A2 or higher for advanced students. Signing up for the free Danish Course takes place on the date of your study start.