Ten winners were randomly selected among the many engineering students in the year group from 2010 on all Danish engineering educations who answered the survey they received in May.
The responses provided by the engineering students give valuable information about the educational expectations and development of engineering students. This information will provide a crucial basis for further improvement of Danish engineering degree programmes.
The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy is engaged in research on engineering education and forms part of a large research project, PROCEED involving researchers from all over Denmark.
The ten winners come from Engineering College of Aarhus, University of Southern Denmark, Aalborg University, Technical University of Denmark, and VIA University College.
The pictures show from the top in reading direction:
Jonas Schøler Holmriis, studying at Engineering College of Aarhus;
Nikolai Hedegaard Kristensen from Aalborg University;
Alex Juhl Burchall and Morten Hjort Løvendahl Nielsen, both studying at University of Southern Denmark;
Lærke Cecilie Bjerre from Technical University of Denmark;
Marian Vrtik studying at VIA University College;
Fabio Luis Branco Faravola studying at Aalborg University;
Cecilie Dehnfeld Nørgaard and Martin Kisha Kræmer both from Technical University of Denmark.
The last winner (no picture) studies at University of Southern Denmark.