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Teacher Education

Profession- and development-oriented primary and lower secondary teaching

Modules are offered at Campus Carlsberg in Copenhagen. All modules have a workload of 10 ECTS and you can study three modules per semester. All modules have lessons once a week and we strongly recommend choosing only one module per day.

KP does not guarantee admission to modules nor that the modules listed will be offered. Module availability is dependent on a minimum and maximum number of registered participants.

Our full degree programme at bachelor level is taught in Danish. If you are fluent in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, you may study our full degree programme – see our Danish website

Modules in English (one in German!)

Campus Carlsberg

Please note! Not all modules at Campus Carlsberg can be combined. Check for possible combinations in the schedule.

Modules

Practice Placement

For Practice Placement, please contact International Coordinator Anders Chami ANDC@kp.dk

About the programme

The BA in Teacher Education at KP offers an open and inviting study environment both academically and socially. The teaching incorporates different methods, including group work, innovative project work, discussions and lectures, and its primary focus is to provide you with the skills to plan both the academic as well as the educational aspects of your future teaching.

The Danish teacher education programme (primary and lower secondary schools) underwent a major reform in 2012/2013, which has significantly improved the academic and professional level, including stricter admission requirements as well as a new programme structure based on flexible modules and a competence-based curriculum.

If you want to become a teacher, you have to be skillful and knowledgeable within your subject area, authoritative, empathetic and compassionate in your actions and most importantly wanting to see others succeed.

Application for exchange students

Students must be nominated by their home institution by e-mail to:
lu-international@kp.dk

Nominated students will receive an e-mail with information about application and accommodation.

Deadlines for application

Spring Semester 2020
Students who need a study visa: October 1st
Students who do not need a study visa: November 1st

Autumn Semester 2020
Students who need a study visa: April 1st
Students who do not need a study visa: May 1st

Semester dates

Spring semester:
January 20th – May 31st

How to apply

Please find information about application, accommodation, visa, insurance etc. on our How to apply-page.

Contact

International coordinator: Sabine Lam lu-international@kp.dk