The significant lack of engineers, not least in the maritime sector and in the offshore industry, is looking to become a little bit smaller in the years to come following the acceptance of a record high number of students on the 25 engineer programmes at DTU (Copenhagen) starting this September.
In a press release on Monday 30 July, DTU announces that 489 students have been accepted on a Bachelor of Engineering programme and 905 on a Bachelor in Technical Science (graduate engineer) programme corresponding to an increase of four percent compared to last year’s intake of students and the highest number since 2004.
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