DelVal welcomes students from Denmark

Sep 26, 2016

A group of students from Tradium College with DelVal President Dr. Maria Gallo.

Credit: YaaSeen Shands '20. Students from Tradium, a college in Denmark, at a lunch hosted by University President Dr. Maria Gallo on Sept. 22 in the Shapiro Wing of the Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library. 

Delaware Valley University has 23 students visiting from Tradium, a college in Denmark. The students arrived Sept. 14 and will be staying through Sept. 29.

For the last three years, the University has invited students from Tradium’s business program to campus for two weeks. Each spring, DelVal students travel to Denmark to visit Tradium as part of the program.

Tradium is a business and technical college that emphasizes practical and theoretical learning. During their stay the students are sitting in on business classes at DelVal as well as classes that are specific to their individual interests.

The group from Tradium will also visit historical and cultural attractions. Their schedule includes visits to Martin Guitar Factory, the Amish Country and a picture scavenger hunt of Philadelphia.

The Tradium students include: Isabella Fraulo, Katrine Mølgaard Andersen, Henriette Harbo Andersen, Julianne Mortensen, Anne Louise Vestergaard, Louise Helbo Kristiansen, Mathias Thomasen, Thomas Boedker, Sofie Ladefoged Madsen, Cecilie Thorup Laursen, Janni Jeppesen, Katrine Minke Dybkjæ, Trine Korsgaard Diedrichsen, Frederik Bay Carstens, Julie Taasti Kvist Sørensen, Matilde Svinth Lindner, Hannah Sejersboell, Alberte Møller Rasmussen, Sarah Jensen, Jacob Breinholm Pedersen, Kristian Andersen, Ingrid Aschelund and Sarah Keblov.