How do the studies work?
When you start the DNS programme, you enrol yourself as a distance learning student in the programme “Bachelor in Education” offered by ISET – One World, which is an institution for higher learning in Mozambique approved by the Ministry of Education in Mozambique and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
You must be aware that ISET – One World is a separate institution from DNS and when you graduate, you will get two separate certificates:
1. A diploma and course description from DNS that describes the various experiences and skills you have gained throughout the programme, such as 1 to 1,5 years of teaching experience and organisational/leadership competencies.
2. A diploma and a certificate that proves you have a Licentiate degree in Pedagogy (equivalent to a Bachelor degree) from ISET – One World in Mozambique.”
We chose this model for learning because ISET – One World in Mozambique distance learning programme offers a customised curriculum that complements each of the periods in DNS. This model also gives us the freedom to create the programme however we see fit, whereas to be recognised by the Danish state, we would have to comply with their traditional curriculum and educational structure.
Let us present the 21 subjects that constitute the theoretical framework of the programme.
Note: The subjects for the next team have changed recently and will soon be updated. The core content will remain the same, though the distribution of hours will differ. You can hear more about it by booking a consultation with an admission consultant.
The subjects of the teacher training programme are original and creatively composed. Some of the subjects are similar to regular subjects while others are born out of collective knowledge of former DNS teachers providing a solid knowledge of the world and the human condition.