First-year applicants to Wake Forest University are eligible to apply.
Global AWAKEnings is in session for the duration of the academic year (fall and spring) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
You may indicate your interest in the first-year abroad experience via the Wake Forest Admission Application. To apply to Global AWAKEnings, please complete the Global AWAKEnings Application.
Yes! We welcome your questions. You may reach a staff member at 336.758.5938 or contact Janice Claybrook (Global AWAKEnings Program Coordinator) by email at email@example.com.
Global AWAKEnings participants pay Wake Forest (on-campus) tuition and housing costs. Indirect costs include meals, books, transportation, and personal expenses.
Students live in a residential community with a first-year cohort, Wake Forest resident advisor, and a Danish social and residential advisor. A Wake Forest professor also serves as an on-site faculty member in Copenhagen.
Yes. Wake Forest credit is received for all classes taken.
The Wake Forest cohort will consist of 20-30 first-year students.
A Wake Forest resident advisor lives within the residential community and has been professionally trained to live and work with students in a residential setting. Along with the Wake Forest staff member, a Danish social and residential advisor also lives with the first-year student cohort.
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