Ranum Efterskole College offers teens aged 14 to 17 an unforgettable experience of fun, learning and outdoors activities in the summer 2017.
Ranum International Summer School offers a 2 or 4-week programme. The summer programmes embrace the school’s educational philosophy, which emphasises not only the quality of essential courses, but also the development of learners’ interests.
This approach strengthen the participants teamwork skills as well the ability to think and become more independent, they have the opportunity to study and relax together with other learners from different cultural backgrounds.
Learners will become more confident in speaking and using the English language during our courses as well as gain a better understanding of the history and culture of Denmark, “the Happiest Country in the World,” when taking the Danish courses.
In addition, various extracurricular subjects are offered in the afternoon. Learn how to make delicious food with our chef, or learn how to sail a boat with the sailing teacher. Learn different types of art from thedesign teacher… or in the evening, choose from different activities, such as beach volleyball and football.
Every Wednesday is our big excursion day. Learners travel to Aalborg, Viborg, Aarhus, or other cities to visit exciting tourist attractions. A popular recreational spot is also located near the school, Vilsted Lake. The fjord is a short 4 kilometers away. Walk or ride a bike to the beach, pick some strawberries at the farm, or take a walk in the woods all while enjoying the beauty of nature.
Participant amenities include large and modern rooms; three delicious meals a day, cooked by our kitchen staff; WIFI throughout the entire campus; and access to the gym and cinema during spare time.
Ranum Efterskole College (REC) is the third largest private Efterskole in Denmark. The school’s main goal is to foster and build learners’ skills. We offer a high-quality 9th- to 12th-grade (high school level) education to both Danish and international learners. Our school is located in northern Jutland in a beautiful village, which boasts a rich history in education. It is near the “Happiest City in Europe,” Aalborg, and is an hour-and-a-half drive from Denmark’s second biggest city, Aarhus.