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Welcome to study in Denmark at DNS - Det Noedvendige Seminarium!

DNS is an abbreviation for Det Noedvendige Seminarium, which in English means The Necessary Teacher Training College. DNS started in 1972 in Tvind, Ulfborg, Denmark and has influenced many educators in Denmark and further proved with its pragmatic approach that through teaching and educating it can be at the forefront regarding pedagogical issues. In 1993, the second Det Noedvendige Seminarium started - in Mozambique, where there was a great need for an education for teachers in rural areas, where development is most urgently needed. Later on more DNS colleges sprung up in Mozambique and Angola, in the wake of the success of "Escola de professores do Futuro" in Maputo. At present there are seven Det Noedvendige Seminarium colleges in Mozambique and six in Angola. Another 15 teacher training colleges, based on the DNS idea have since opened in Mozambique, Angola and Malawi. Det Noedvendige Seminarium is an international teacher training college with a learning-by-doing approach. The programme is untraditional and challenging (Study trip to Asia, extensive teaching practice in Africa, social work with youngsters in Denmark) and covers a wide variety of theoretical and practical skills, lots of experiences inside many areas and emphasis of personal development of the future teacher through big challenges.


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