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Study in Denmark - What's it like? (Part 2 - quality of teaching)

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http://studyindenmark.dk/ In this video you can hear what 19 international students have to say about what's it like to study and live in Denmark. You too can study for an internationally recognized PhD, Master's, Bachelor's or Academy Profession degree in Denmark. Learn more by visiting the official gateway to higher education in Denmark: http://studyindenmark.dk/
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THANDIWE PHIRI (7 месяцев назад)
İs university in denmark taught in english? How is the english level in the country?
vrenak (3 месяца назад)
Some are taught in english, most in danish, foreign students enroll usually in programs taught in english. Books are mostly in english in most courses, with few books in danish, norwegian, swedish, german or even french. English levels in Denmark at large is excellent, it's perfectly possible to live in Denmark speaking only english. It is however not recommended as you'll miss out on a lot of the culture, if one wants to stay permanently learning danish is a must.
Kelly Moy (1 год назад)
why they cant study in their own country?
Gnawer Shreth (1 год назад)
+Navjot Singh Great argument. It seems like you've just been listening to too many naive idealists. Your "one world" won't happen in your life time (if ever) and most people don't want it to anyway. At least not in the wealthier countries since they're there ones with everything to lose. Not like Kenya, India, Mexico or Iran etc. would suddenly be overrun by students so they don't stand to lose anything from your "study anywhere" idea. They'd be the ones studying elsewhere and wrecking economies left and right.
Gnawer Shreth (1 год назад)
+Navjot Singh lol someone's a naive idealist. Too bad that'll never happen I guess. Why can't everyone study wherever they want? Well, there's several reasons for that but one of the most obvious ones is someone having to pay for it regardless of your system. Buildings cost money, teachers cost money, materials cost money and so on. No one is building buildings without getting paid, no one is producing electricity without getting paid, no one is farming without getting paid etc. etc. etc. You need everything for the education system we have. Just removing money solves nothing. Why would there be teachers willing to teach students for the hell of it? Why would someone want to build you a house for the hell of it? Why would anyone make books? Paper? Food? Computers? The best thing you could hope for in such a system was total anarchy where it's everyone for themselves. So you'd do your own farming, your own hunting, your own gardening, your own water collection etc. and I honestly don't see how that would be better in any way. A country like Denmark has ~5,7 million people in total. Denmark cannot afford to educate everyone from somewhere with lower education standards or whatever. Several of the most populous countries in the world are pretty damn poor if you're looking at the random person living there. You only have to go back a few hundred years and Danes didn't have education for everyone, healthcare for everyone etc. It took hard work, political will and a lot of money to get to where we are today. There really isn't any incentive for Denmark to throw it all away for some idealistic Utopian dream that'll never happen anyway and will be completely at the expense of the Danish system and population. I don't understand your "ONE world" question at all. Everyone aren't contributing equally (Not just monetarily) so why *should* they get to just leech off countries who worked hard to get where they are? What possible incentive would there be for non-poor countries to "join" your Utopian one-world? It'd destroy them. There's no reason other countries couldn't work towards having similar systems though and if the day should come where every country in the world is on a similar level, *maybe* your dream will seem even remotely realistic. I somehow doubt that will happen though. Until then there will be limits on the amounts of exchange students etc. that any country can take. It obviously sucks if you're one of the people who aren't accepted but there's no other choice.
Giulio Giuliani (1 год назад)
Quality of teaching? The experience of studying in another country? The sense of "adventure" or dicovery? A number of reasons indeed.
GrantozBoys (2 года назад)
Nice video :)

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