Engineering Games, Tours & Tutors Offered for Winter Study Start

Technical University of Denmark

The mood was good among the new students, the tutors (or vectors as they are called at DTU) and KABS (Coordinator for the Bachelor’s study start) on the introduction day, and the expectations of the former were high. 36-year-old Søren is, for example, new to the degree program Produktion, and even though he is a trained photographer and has worked with it for over ten years, he is looking forward to getting back to the study bench:

“It seems there are plenty of opportunities to be social, and it’s great to be part of a young, spontaneous study environment. I am looking forward to getting to know new people and learning a lot of new things on the academic front,” says Søren.

27-year-old Adraa had her first day at DTU’s new digital degree in Maskinteknik, and she is looking forward to a study with more practical work after, among other things, having studied physics at the University of Copenhagen:

“I have missed some more practical physics, and it was exciting to see the opportunities you have as a Maskinteknik student here on the intro day. If you have an idea for a project, you can create it with a 3D printer, which offers great opportunities to get better and better,” explains Adraa.

The fact that the programme in Maskinteknik is digital is also an essential reason why Adraa has chosen that course of study:

“I am hugely interested in physics, but because I work and have my own business, I can’t participate in on-campus classes during the day. So, digital education is the perfect solution for me,” she says.

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