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Programme & Campus
studies, food, accommodation, what does our campus consists of.
How do we study?
At DNS we study with a learning by doing approach. It means that the DNS programme including the community life, travels, experiences are in connection with the academic subjects we study. The learning takes place in a team setting with space for diversity for the different students. Overall we emphasise the holistic growth of the student, not just the academic. The DNS curriculum consists of 21 subjects. Discover our subjects here(https://www.dns-tvind.dk/curriculum-non-traditional-bachelor/
Which subjects will I study?
Curriculum of a non-traditional bachelor programme The academic subjects, paired with the dynamic periods of the DNS teacher training, constitute the backbone and foundation of the teacher training programme. Thus, DNS offers a non-traditional bachelor of pedagogy... One World University has developed a list of subjects, also called “anchor themes” which fits the practical and experienced based reality of the DNS programme. Practice, theory, experiences, community and outreach are rolled int
Where do I eat-sleep?
All students have food & accommodation provided at our campus facilities. During the programme-related travels, the DNS teams use the common economy to cover the expenses.
Can I Visit/Volunteer?
VISIT You are welcome for an informal visit. please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange that or book an appointment here for a video chat to agree about your visit. PREPWEEKEND It is a weekend for possible students almost every month. So you have the option to come and check out the place and meet us! Meanwhile, we help you with your thinking process if DNS is something for you. We will notify you when are the dates of this weekend and invite you if you are in the enrollment