The International Inspiration Day in Odense was a great succes

Lars Høst-Madsen talks about international possibilities.

The event took place in Merkursalen at Nonnebakken, Odense on 18 November. , and the students had the unique opportunity of listening to presentations from both the former exchange student, Lisa Mortensen, internship organisations and Lars Høst-Madsen, Head of International Office. The students also had the opportunity to talk to former and current exchange students about life abroad and look at materials from more than 80 of Lillebaelt Academy's partner institutions. StudySEA, Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Flensburg, Global Turn and AIESEC were also present at the study abroad fair.

-I am definitely more than keen on going abroad now than I was before. I am now sure that I want to go, says one of the students partipating in the event. Another student agrees:

-I really want to study a semester in Great Britain so it felt good to talk to someone who has studied there earlier.

One of the greatest advantages of the Inspiration Day is that the students have the opportunity to talk to other students about their experiences abroad.

Succesful day

The International Department is very satisfied with the event as well. Many students showed great interest in the marketing materials from Lillebaelt Academy's partners and enjoyed speaking to the exchange students from the partner institutions and the representatives from the internship organisations. The Inspiration Day is a recurring event and will be repeated again next year.

On Wednesday, 25 November, between 12 and 2 p.m., the students in Vejle have the opportunity of talking part in the International Inspiration Day. In Vejle, the event takes place in the canteen at Boulevarden 25.