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On January 31, 2017, forty-three students graduated with Bachelor of Engineering, MSc in Engineering, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. The Teacher of the Year award was also presented by the Study Board for Medialogy.
On Wednesday, November 30, Hülya Ucar Sokoli, MSc Eng., PhD in Chemistry, from Aalborg University Esbjerg, was honored with the Esbjerg University Award at a ceremony at the University of Southern Denmark.
At a time when young people's choice of study program – and mind you the right first choice – is in the spotlight, Aalborg University Esbjerg offered selected high school students a helping hand that can make their future program choice easier for them.
A newly established award was given to Simon Klinge Nielsen for best final project at Aalborg University Esbjerg. The Frie Erhvervs Investeringsfond scholarship went to Josefine Rønn Jakobsen who graduated as an engineer in Oil and Gas Technology. And Matthias Mandø, Associate Professor at Aalborg University Esbjerg, received double honours as Teacher of the Year 2016.
On July 1, 2016, 73 students graduated as Bachelor of Engineering, MSc in Engineering, Bachelor and Master.
The campus took part in the Nordjob fair in Flensburg on May 10-11, 2016, and in the Vocatium fair in Berlin on June 15-16, 2016, representing the bachelor’s programs primarily in Esbjerg but also the Aalborg University campuses in Copenhagen and Aalborg. Second-year high school students and primary and lower secondary pupils were invited to the fairs. A large number of the attendees who spoke with Aalborg University Esbjerg representatives will be ready to study in Denmark as of September 2017.
Mikkel Kirkedahl Nielsen, Curator at the Museum of Southwest Jutland, will receive an award at the 27th MUSE Awards in Washington DC at the end of May. The American award is given for outstanding media performance in art galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Among the previous award winners are several well-known institutions such as the Smithsonian national museums in Washington DC, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the British Library in London. The project is among a wide range of American and international contributions selected to receive an award in the category "Games and Augmented Reality."
Most of us take for granted that there is always enough clean water in the tap, but the supply of drinking water in Denmark is actually under pressure. Many drinking water wells must in fact close because the concentrations of substances like pesticides and chlorinated solvents are too high.
Jens Laurids Sørensen, Associate Professor, Section for Chemical Engineering, Aalborg University Esbjerg, is receiving DKK 2.5 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The money will be used to find a method that can improve the production of medicine, so that in the future, drugs will be better, cheaper and safer, which will greatly benefit global health.
More people than ever opted to chat about the programs at Aalborg University Esbjerg and get a tour of the impressive new facilities. And seats at the talk with Denmark's first astronaut were also in great demand.
On January 29, 2016, thirty-two students graduated as Bachelor of Engineering, MSc in Engineering, Bachelor and Master.
There is good news for companies who demand expert knowledge in the field of risk and safety management. The first class from the Risk and Safety Management program at the University of Southern Denmark/Aalborg University are completing their final exams and are now ready to put their many skills to work in risk and safety management at all levels in companies.
On December 18, the ribbon was cut for the new and improved facilities at Aalborg University Esbjerg. New facilities that mean a significant boost for the work and study environment, and that will help to attract more students and international research. Strong research and strong educational programs contribute to the growth and development of the region and of Denmark.
The Esbjerg Campus took part in the fair in Schleswig on 17 November 2015. Many of the attendees were young people who are completing their upper secondary education either in 2016 or the next few years, and there was a great interest in coming to Denmark to study. Some were so convinced about Esbjerg and Denmark as a place to study that they were already prepared to apply.
Thirty-two young people from Schleswig-Holstein were signed up to visit Esbjerg on 3 October 2015. They had the chance to see Aalborg University Esbjerg and hear about the programs, leisure activities and job opportunities. The visitors were highly satisfied with the visit and many responded that they could easily imagine studying at Aalborg University Esbjerg.
On September 1, Aalborg University Esbjerg welcomed 138 Danish and international new students with an informal breakfast and official welcome addresses.
On June 30, 2015, thirty-six students graduated as Bachelor of Engineering, MSc in Engineering, Bachelor and Master.
The Esbjerg campus took part in education fairs in Flensburg on May 27 and 28, and in Berlin on June 10 and 11, representing the bachelor’s programs in English for the Aalborg, Copenhagen and Esbjerg campuses. Second-year upper secondary school students and primary and lower secondary pupils were invited to the fairs.