How to study at University College Absalon
In order to complete an exchange semester or a full degree at University College Absalon, you are expected to devote approximately 37 hours a week to your studies. This time will of course not be based exclusively on classroom lessons with a teacher in front of a blackboard.
As a student of higher education, your studies will also be based on project work with other students and preparations at home, individually and in study groups. This means that you will also be required to make an effort outside of a traditional classroom context.
Website information about the study programmes includes a "study activity model" of how the different types of learning are applied to the different courses/modules of your programme. A study activity model has been prepared for each course/module of your study programme.
Practical/clinical placements or internships
Part of your study activity is completing a practical/clinical placement or internship. This will allow you to apply your aquired theoretical knowledge to a practical context.
When you are enrolled at University College Absalon, you are guaranteed a practical/clinical placement or internship. On each study programme's website, you can see when the practical/clinical placement or internship takes place.