There are several different internship and research opportunities within Biomedical Sciences and Engineering that are available in Copenhagen: Medical Imaging, Biomedical Signal Processing and Bioinstrumentation; Biomodelling, Cellular Signaling and Transport; and Biomechanics and Biomaterials.
We want you to have hands on experience in these leading research groups and organizations. The experience will help you continue to solve these generational challenges as you look to graduate school and your professional career.
Discover the Danish concept of 'hygge' when you visit this land of the Vikings. This Nordic country with 406 islands is home to people such as Hans Christian Andersen, Niels Bohr, and Søren Kierkegaard. While you're here, you're bound to come across some new celebrations and traditions that you'll want to take home with you.
The capital of Denmark is known for its history, castles, bikes, and amusement parks. With a compact downtown, it is easy to get from site to site, whether that is Tivoli Gardens, Strøget - one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets, or Amalienborg Palace.
In addition to the fantastic experience you'll have, there are also three excursions included in the program. This allows you to learn more about Copenhagen, Denmark and the surrounding region.
Natalie goes to the University of Toronto and interned in research at the University of Copenhagen!
What type of program did you experience?
I was in a research group at the University of Copenhagen in the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate. I worked in both the lab as well as doing quite a bit of field work.
I was able to get a lot of research and lab experience identifying insects and ants and we also did a lot of fieldwork in and around Copenhagen collecting specimens. I was able to learn a lot of different computer program systems creating maps and for collecting and analyzing data. I also met a lot of different people in all different areas of research. It was great.
How was your housing?
Housing was great, it was in a really nice area of Frederiksberg. It was just a few minutes walk from lots of shops and restaurants, close to the metro station and it was so easy to bike everywhere – the apartment qas quite cute, really quiet, and there was a little yard, and the neighborhood was really beautiful.
Would you recommend the program to another student?
Yes, for sure, I had an incredible time in Copenhagen. I’ve had the best experience here and I met so many great people and I would recommend this to anyone!