Two years ago, Ranum Efterskole College became the first international college in Denmark. Since then, more international students have realised the potential of the school and there has been a significant increase in the number of learners participating in the international programme. “Education is not only about sitting at a school bench from eight in the morning until two in the afternoon. It takes place all day long. Making sure that a young person feels safe and develops in her own way is just as important as solving a math task,” says Joakim Philipsen.