Stockholm Furniture Fair
Many people visited the stand - that 8 furniture design graduates from TEKO had at Stockholm Furniture Fair – Scandinavia’s largest venue for furniture and lighting design
Fashion show with surprise
Again this year 11 TEKO graduates from Design Fashion used Copenhagen Town Hall for their show during the fashion week in Copenhagen
Innovation from Finland
Lecturer and innovation coach Jyri Hänninen from Finland is visiting VIA Campus Horsens during week 41
More friendly than hierarchic
To Bulgarian Angelina Stoyanova from the Global Business Engineering programme at VIA Campus Horsens, a 20-week long internship at a Danish company turned into an encounter with an all new work culture
They let me speak my mind
Katarina Baloghova is from Slovakia, she is 23 years old and a 9th semester student on the Global Business Engineering programme at VIA University College in Horsens
VIA values personal relations
Inge-Lise Sørensen works tirelessly to find accommodation for VIA students every year. She has her priorities clear in her mind, such as good communication, and reports that the majority of her students are content with the accommodation provided.
VIA changes views in your mind
Lingyun Zhuang, aged 21, travels a journey with a duration of 23 hours and discovers the wonders of learning in an entirely new country and environment...
VIA Campus Horsens was the Host of an Erasmus Project
In 13 days, 60 students from seven different countries have been gathered at VIA Campus Horsens to work together on the project “Renovation of Residential Multi-Story Apartment Blocks within Passive House Concept and Design”.
Company Dating at VIA Campus Horsens
On Wednesday 11 April, the Career Service Centre was hosting 10 companies and approx. 125 students who got the opportunity to meet with each other at Vitus Bering Innovation Park at Company Dating.
Summer University – sign up now
Join the VIA International Summer University from the 13th - 24th of august 2012. Challenges facing the health-care system in the 21th century. Sign up no later than the 11th of May.
Creating Networks between Students and Professionals
Two international students from VIA University College have paved the way for an annual academic architectural conference that will bring together dedicated students and acknowledged professionals from all over the world.
The British Embassy visits VIA Campus Horsens
The preparations for the EU-presidency period in the spring 2012 has started. Wednesday the 25th of January three representatives from the British Embassy visited VIA University College in Horsens.
Scholarships ensure the Future
The 4th of October was an important day for a small group of international students at VIA University College. This day they received their scholarships from the Ministry of Education in Denmark.
Bachelor Films 2012
The tone of the films vary wildly this year, from moodily Kafka-esque "Load" to the cute and lighthearted "Ride of Passage" about a boy and his giant pet chameleon.
200 Exchange Students were Celebrated
Wednesday 25 January VIA Campus Horsens said farewell to 200 exchange students. The students had studied one or two semesters on one of the English taught programmes.
Scholarships awarded to Promising Students
Seven international students attending programmes at VIA University College in Horsens have been awarded scholarships from the Danish Ministry of Education which will help cover the costs in connection with their study visit here.
Scholarship made the Dream come True
The dream of achieving a degree in Denmark grew wings when Kosovo Albanian Lavdim Imeri was awarded a scholarship by the Danish Ministry of Education. He is hoping to return to Kosovo as a representative of a Danish company
Scholarship lead to a Job in the Fashion Industry
Without a scholarship Goolshanoy Talipova wouldn’t have had the opportunity to come to Denmark to study. Today, she has two degrees and a permanent job with the fashion group Bestseller and she has no plans of leaving Denmark.
Danish-style care homes in China
On 26-29 November 2012 a range of companies, municipalities and institutions of education from
Denmark will be meeting representatives of the local governments and social authorities in
Chongqing and Chengdu in West China.
Iulia Adriana Popa
When you arrive in a different country and a completely different culture, you get many surprises.
Here, everyone is entitled to an opinion and we are allowed to express it. We spend a lot on discussions as there is no clear answer to all questions.
I had only studied one semester at VIA Campus Horsens, when I was invited to Slovakia to spend Christmas with a girl from my class
The flexible curriculum is a good thing and my teachers are trying to accommodate me in the curriculum.
I think that this will help me become a better teacher.
It’s a great course which I can’t find anywhere else in the EU, so this education is quite unique and I’m really delighted to be here.
Ismael Niadawe Issaka
The Danish educational system attracted me, because there is a close relationship between students and lecturers.
My first impression when arriving in Denmark was that everything was well planned and well taken care of. The international coordinator had taken care of accommodation, a food box and other practical issues.
I like the Scandinavian style and it’s a good place to study. It wasn’t a cultural shock coming here as many things are alike, but you still see things from many different perspectives.
VIA’s international profile is exciting and that was one of the reasons why I chose to come to Denmark.
I was very surprised by the informal atmosphere between the teachers and students. The teachers are keen for the students to get involved.
VIA UC, TEKO has a good reputation and it offers an education which cannot be found in Norway; it was an easy decision for me to move to Denmark.
I’m from Holland and chose to come and study at VIA UC, TEKO because of the school’s learning system. The school is well-structured and very professional
Most Danish people speak English, so there are very little problems with communication here. I like the informal way of Danish teaching.
In Denmark we work a lot in groups with the other teacher students when we do our projects.