HOW TO ENROLL?
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If still interested, we arrange for an interview
Agree when you want to start the course
and final questions for you
and enrollment fees are paid
Final preparation and travel to Denmark
COST AND ECONOMY
At the end of the 24 month programme, you will have no debt or study loan, as you will work as a volunteer in one
of the schools or social care institutions. The work you will do, covers both your living and programme expenses.
You pay up front only the enrollment fee
Serhat, 24 years old, Turkey
“I was looking for an option where I could travel and learn in the same time. In 2017 I joined Pedagogy for Change and this program provided me exactly with this possibility. I improved my practical skills and I gained pedagogical skills by working the first year in Denmark. I met a lot of different people, we were working as an international team and learned together about nowadays important topics, such as world politics and climate change.”
Sara, 24 years old, Italy
‘’I decided to seek something different, because I needed to get involved in another kind of work and experience. I decided to attend this program because it was a challenge and an opportunity to take on a different life.’’
Paola, 20 years old, Spain
“I believe that there are no tools more powerful than humility, good sense, solidarity, trust, responsibility, and personal knowledge, and I believe that all this can be achieved at the moment when you dare to take a great leap… and to enjoy a unique and different experience, away from your loved ones, your comforts, your routines and your “I” in your country, entering the change, in this case volunteering, which I’m sure will not leave me unsatisfied.
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