CBHP Management – Summer Program
Copenhagen, Denmark is a unique city, characterized by its canals, cycling culture, strong economy, and happy locals.
It has been called the happiest city in the world, due to its shorter workdays, free college tuition and generous vacation time. This 'City of Fairytales' was once home to Hans Christian Andersen - memorialized in the beloved Little Mermaid statue. Other Danish highlights include Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn, and several gorgeous palaces and museums.
The Canfield BHP Management faculty-led program is designed exclusively for CBHP students. Students will earn MAN 336H honors credit in a course taught by McCombs faculty, and take a second course taught by our partner school faculty.
- Academic Term: Summer Session I
- Program Dates: June 1 - July 8, 2023
- Credits: 6 UT credits
- Eligibility: CBHP students w/min. 3.25 GPA
- Prerequisites: BA 324H and credit/reg. for 3 hrs of ANT, PSY, SOC or EDP
- Program Code: 350174
*Summer 2023 applications will be open Nov 1-15
About the Program
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
This program is open to Canfield Business Honors Program undergraduates with a minimum 3.25 GPA.
Prerequisites: Credit or registration for BA 324H and 3 hours of Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, Educational Psychology 304, or Social Science 302D or 302E
Please note, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the program.
UT Austin does not require students to be vaccinated for COVID-19 to participate in study abroad programs.
However, our international partners and/or the country (ies) you are entering may have their own policies and laws surrounding vaccination to which you could be required to adhere. BBA International Programs strongly recommends that students who wish to participate in a study abroad program get vaccinated.
Classes usually take place Monday-Thursday (usually 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). Some afternoon or Friday classes possible. Students are strongly urged to refrain from making weekend travel plans until receipt of finalized schedule. Absence from class will not be permitted.
MAN 336H - Honors Organizational Behavior – Taught by UT faculty
IB 340S - Doing International Business the Scandinavian Way - Taught by local faculty
Questions about this program? Contact Taylor Malcolm.
Fees and Tuition
FEES AND TUITION
2022 Program Fee: $5,300*
In-State Tuition for UT Course (3 credits): $500**
Affiliated Studies Fee for Partner Course (3 credits): $600
- *Summer 2022 fees and tuition. Summer 2023 information will be posted when it becomes available.
- Program fees are subject to change
- **UT tuition is Texas Resident Tuition. Non-resident tuition is $2,000. Non-residents are eligible to apply for the Texas Competitive Scholarship Waiver
- For information on scholarships and financial aid, please visit our funding page
For more information on total estimated cost, including flights, meals, etc., view the budget.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM FEE?
- Partner school tuition (for 3-credit course)
- Weekly cultural excursions
- Welcome and farewell receptions
- Visits to local companies
- 24/7 assistance from on-site staff familiar with language/culture
- Pre-departure sessions
- Re-entry guidance for recruiting
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM FEE?
- UT tuition (for 3-credit UT course)
- UT Affiliated Studies Fee
- Texas Global Fee ($75)
- Overseas insurance
- Local transportation
- Personal expenses (toiletries, shopping, traveling, etc.)
Company visits are an important component of the program. They are designed to provide students with a firsthand look at important local industries, business practices, or politics. Company visits will vary on a yearly basis.
Cultural excursions provide students with an opportunity to experience the local environment. Weekly outings, including admission fees, are coordinated on behalf of the group. These events are built into the program and participation at each event is mandatory.
Excursions will vary on a yearly basis. Past excursions include:
- Canal tour
- Christiansborg Palace
- Kronborg Castle
- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
- Rosenborg Castle
Housing and Transportation
HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION
Students will stay in shared housing and can request a roommate.
Earliest check-in to dorms: June 1, 2023
Latest check-out from dorms: July 8, 2023
Participants will book their flights on their own and will arrange their own transportation from the airport to the dorm.
Visa and Passport Information
VISA AND PASSPORT INFORMATION
Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after the end of the study abroad trip. Texas Global Passport Services can process passport applications.
Due to COVID-19, U.S. passports are taking an exceptionally long time to be processed. If you are even considering a study abroad program and you do not have a passport (or your passport will expire within 6 months of the end of your program), you should apply for one now.
U.S. CITIZENS TRAVELING TO COPENHAGEN
U.S. citizens traveling to Copenhagen will not require a visa to study in Denmark.
OTHER NATIONALITIES TRAVELING TO COPENHAGEN
Depending on nationality, non-US citizens may or may not require a visa. Please visit the Danish Government visa website to view requirements for each nationality.
It is the student’s responsibility to research specific requirements for their nationality, and to apply for their visa, if necessary. At the student’s request, we will provide additional program-related documentation to support their visa application, such as an official letter, enrollment status at UT, housing and insurance coverage. Students are also encouraged to request formal documentation of student enrollment status from the UT Registrar's Office and are required to notify Texas Global of their travel plans.