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Dana College, Blair, NE
Dana College offers classes in the Danish language taught by guest instructors through an exchange program with a Danish Teacher's College. Students with knowledge of Danish may work in the Danish Immigrant Archive - Dana College which contains the largest collection of immigrant letters outside Denmark or at the Danish Immigrant Museum in nearby Elk Horn, Iowa. Students also have regular opportunities for travel and study in Scandinavia.
-> College homepage: www.dana.edu/
-> E-mail: admissions@fs1.dana.edu
-> Admissions Office: (800) 444-DANA

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
The Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch offers undergraduate and graduate level courses in all the Nordic languages as well as Nordic literature, culture and the social sciences. Students may combine their study of Nordic languages and culture with German and Dutch. Extensive study abroad opportunities are available.
-> Department page: www1.umn.edu/commpub/c_cla/cla_64.html
-> University homepage: www1.umn.edu/twincities/
-> CLA Admissions Office: (800) 752-1000

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Madison has the oldest Scandinavian department in the country, founded in 1875. In a small department at a large research university, students can enjoy the best of both worlds, achieving an excellent background for a variety of professions.
-> Department homepage: www.scandinavian.wisc.edu/
-> University homepage: www.wisc.edu/
-> E-mail: On.Wisconsin@mail.admin.wisc.edu
-> Admissions Office: (608) 262-3961