A stay at Krogerup Folk High School
At Krogerup Folk High School you will get the chance to learn and grown with other students and to experience a whole other way of life from the humdrum of the everyday. Krogerup is all about letting creativity flow. Free from exams you are able to work without restraint. You have an opportunity to learn new sides to yourself by letting energy and commitment guide you – to go places where you’ve never been before. You take the time to realize your potential and socialize with others. In the process, you will connect with and touch base with the unknown and the unexpected.
There are 6 main subjects at Krogerup. The first five – Journalism & Media; Photography; Metropolitan Pulse; Burning World and Film!Film!Film! – are in Danish.
The sixth course – Crossing Borders – is our international course. Crossing Borders consists of students from all over the world and the working language is English. But don’t worry: You will have plenty of opportunity to hang out with students from the other courses and maybe even pick up a phrase or two in Danish.
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Depending on how long you stay, you will chose a number of electives to supplement your main subject. It can be anything from photography to yoga, and all electives open to the Crossing Borders students will be held in English. The electives are divided into blocks A and B – that are on offer before the study tour – and C and D – on offer after the study tour.
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As well as staying, eating and playing at Krogerup, you will get the chance to see various parts of Denmark and southern Sweden on our study tour, where you will learn about sustainability and innovation in a global setting. Crossing Borders will take you to eco-villages, renewable energy centers and interesting cultural sites.
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Crossing Borders is a non-profit NGO which works to provide young people and educators with knowledge about diversity and globalization as well as tools for creating space for dialogue among different cultures and viewpoints. At Krogerup Folk High School, the NGO runs the Crossing Borders Global Studies. From the very beginning, Crossing Borders has been engaging in international projects in the Middle East, Europe and Africa and has cooperated with Danish and international organizations in an effort to create the biggest impact.
For more about the Crossing Borders organization, please go to their website.
In the Crossing Borders course, you will have the chance to try out your ideas and build your capacity to act in the world. You will discover a global perspective in all that you do. Global activism will be one possibility after this course. Global awareness will be a certainty.
There are many activities happening in and around Krogerup throughout your stay, so you will have plenty of chances to mingle and to get to know your fellow students – weekend parties, discussion clubs, curling up next to the fireplace or going on an impulse outing to the nearby art museum. On Mondays there is choir night. Tuesdays are devoted to Krogerup Café where we invite a cultural or political figure to give a presentation or concert.