Trampoline House welcomes students and
researchers interested in our model,
methods, and users.
To conduct research in the house, you have to be working towards a Master, Ph.D., or Postdoc degree.
To conduct research in the house, we ask you to volunteer with us for a minimum of 3 months, 1–2 days per week, and give something back to the house.
Before getting started, please attend our monthly Info meeting for interns, volunteers, researchers, and project initiators, where we will introduce you to the history and mission of Trampoline House, and explain how you can learn from us. The presentation includes an introduction to the life conditions for asylum seekers in the Danish asylum camps, which Trampoline House is trying to improve (every first Wednesday of the month, 5–6:30 pm).
You can also attend this info meeting even though you will not be conducting research in the house and volunteering.
The staff only gives individual research interviews to researchers, who are volunteering.
Please read our guidelines for conducting research in the house.
Attend our monthly info meeting for interns, volunteers, researchers, and project initiators (repeated every first Wednesday of the month, 5–6:30 pm, no registration needed).
Submit a research proposal to email@example.com
Agree on an area in which to volunteer with the Volunteer Coordinator
The staff doesn't have resources to assist primary school and high school students. But teachers are able to book a guided tour or a presentation for their class or group of students.
To learn more about refugee life and the Danish asylum system, primary school and high school students can also consult these websites: