Drottning Blankas


Drottning Blanka Upper Secondary Schools

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Anna-Karin Berg
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The school for you with a global mindset

Do you want an education in an international context? When you choose to enroll at a Drottning Blanka School, you’ll receive unique opportunities to broaden your horizons.

Also, if you’ve chosen a vocational programme, you receive the opportunity to do work based learning abroad. For example, in Limerick, Valletta, Milano, Skopje, Córdoba, India or South Africa.
After your 3 years with us, you’ll be prepared, dedicated and certified to enter other educations and job markets outside of Sweden!

Below there’s a film that explains the term “internationalisation” and what it means to us at Drottning Blanka and how we work with it each year. Our internationalisation plan goes beyond what you receive in your chosen studies.

A 3-year Journey – A 1000 possibilities!

Year 1 - personal commitment

During your 1st year you’ll get an introduction of the theoretical basics. You’ll learn more about the EU, the UN Global Goals 2030 and how you can contribute to a better world.

Examples of what we do in year 1:
• Focus on you and your role in becoming a global citizen
• Study UN Global Goals
• Teach you what it means to be an EU citizen Meet international organisations, e.g. Amnesty, the Red Cross

Year 2 - local commitment

In the next step, we’ll broaden your perspectives by supporting your participation in an international school project, which might take place in either Sweden or abroad.

Examples of what we do in year 2:
• Write an international CV (Europass)
• Offer work-based learning abroad (if you study a vocational programme)
• Participate in an international project in either Sweden or abroad

Year 3 - global commitment

This year you’ll meet many interesting people from different cultures. You’ll also strengthen your ability to interact and communicate with people from other countries.

Examples of what we do in year 3:
• Offer work-based learning abroad, 3 weeks to 3 months (if you’re in a vocational programme)
• Strengthen your international network
• Define your professional competences

After Graduation

You’ll have for example:
– An international network

– ECVET-points that describe what you’ve done in your work-based learning abroad

– Knowledge of the EU and UN

– Certificates of your participation in international projects

– A Europass CV

– Motivation to continue your studies or work abroad

– Increased social and communication competence

If you want to know more,
Contact the student counsellor at your local Drottning Blanka schoolFollow our #dbgyinternationalisering on social media!

Our current projects

2018-1-SE01-KA102-038963 239 VET student mobilities
2019-1-SE01-KA102-060215 ”Learning Abroad – Global Commitment”
2020-1-SE01-KA102-077595 ”Global Learning in Vocational Education and Training”

356 student mobilities and 97 staff mobilities.
210 VET student mobilities and 60 staff mobilities

Our mission plan

Our mission is to provide an education that helps our students succeed in life, no matter what or where they choose to work or study.

We offer both university preparatory and vocational study programmes.

Part of DBGYs strategic plan is to collaborate with reliable partners to develop sustainable partnerships that are mutually beneficial. We are very proud of our international projects, staff and students that commit to carry out our 3-year internationalisation plan for all our students.

Nationwide schools

• First school established 1996
• 27 Drottning Blanka Upper Secondary Schools (DBGY) on 23 different places across Sweden (2020)
• 7 200 students
• 780 school staff

Your reliable partner

DBGY has years of experience cooperating with partners around the globe within the following initiatives:

• Erasmus+
• Nordplus (funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers)
• Atlas (nationally funded programme)

We use the following European frameworks and intstrument for high quality partnership and mobilities:
• European Qualification Framework (EQF)
• European Credit System for Vocational Education
and Training (ECVET)
• Europass portfolio
• Etwinning

In collaboration with