- Upper secondary schoolteacher/teacher: Seven out of ten Scandinavian languages and literature graduates find jobs as teachers – typically at upper secondary schools. You can also teach at other institutions – language schools, folk high schools and training colleges, etc.
- Communication officer: An increasing number of graduates pursue careers as communication officers, scriptwriters and campaign planners in public and private institutions or advertising agencies. Currently, approximately 15% of Scandinavian languages and literature graduates work in this type of job.
- Organisation and project management: As a graduate from the Scandinavian Institute, you can also work in administrative jobs or as a project manager – in the media and publishing industries, for example, in cultural institutions or within public administration.
- Communication: You learn to communicate confidently, appropriately and creatively in correct Danish – in connection with scriptwriting, for example, teaching or writing assignments.
- Familiarity with the structure and use of the Danish language.
- Knowledge of the history and development of Danish and Scandinavian literature.
- Understanding ways to analyse cultural and media phenomena.