It is possible to study abroad as part of your MSc in Security Risk Management.
Students in the MSc Programme in Security Risk Management are entitled to transfer a maximum of 30 ECTS credits from another educational institution in Denmark or abroad. However, courses must correspond to the courses in the MSc programme and you are only allowed to replace optional courses.
Studying abroad has many benefits both professionally and personally: You broaden your intercultural understanding, you are introduced to different study methods, and you obtain new knowledge and new insights.
Why Study Abroad?
A main objective of studying abroad is to further widen your academic knowledge and network. It is a good idea to seek advice from lecturers and student advisors when planning your studies abroad to find out where to go and how to structure your academic programme. Your lecturers may have academic inputs, international contacts and may be able to provide you with references which can prove useful. If you have a successful study abroad experience academically, you are also more likely to benefit socially and culturally.
The University of Copenhagen has an extensive number of exchange agreements with universities world wide. For more information about exchange programmes and partner universities available at the University of Copenhagen, click here.