The past year has been a whirlwind of excitement and growth for Migrantour Copenhagen, marked by new opportunities and unforgettable adventures. One of the most significant highlights has been the establishment of a dynamic collaboration with DIS (Danish Institute for Study Abroad), a renowned non-profit study abroad foundation founded in Denmark in 1959. With locations in Copenhagen and Stockholm, DIS has been providing high-impact learning experiences for upper-division undergraduate students from distinguished North American colleges and universities.
Migrantour Copenhagen, known for its immersive city tours led by Danish migrants, seized the opportunity to collaborate with DIS and enhance the experience for international students arriving in Copenhagen and planning to stay for three months. The partnership has allowed Migrantour to extend its unique tours to DIS students, offering them a firsthand and authentic exploration of the city they will call home for the next three months.
The most recent tour conducted just last week, welcomed 34 international students from various corners of the globe. These eager learners embarked on a journey with Migrantour guides, delving into the heart of Copenhagen’s culture, history, and hidden gems. As the students discovered the city’s rich tapestry, they gained invaluable insights into the local way of life, facilitated by the diverse perspectives of Migrantour guides who have their own unique stories to share.
This collaboration with DIS has not only enriched the experiences of incoming students but has also provided Migrantour Copenhagen with a platform to reach a broader audience. The past year has been a testament to the organization’s commitment to fostering cross-cultural understanding and creating meaningful connections between migrants and the global community. As Migrantour Copenhagen continues to evolve and embrace new opportunities, its role as a bridge between cultures in the vibrant city of Copenhagen only becomes more integral and impactful. We are excited for the new year, to see how Migrantour Copenhagen will evolve!