Through practical work on a real life problem the student will learn about issues pertinent to the arctic region within one or more of the areas of civil engineering, energy and environmental engineering.
The DTU Summer University stay comprises:
After passing the course the student is awarded a certificate and ascribed 3-5 ECTS study credits, which may be transferred to the students current study program.
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The course will comprise work on one of several practical projects defined on beforehand.
Evaluation of Course
Grading based on a written report
Period: July 30 - August 17, 2012.
Departure from Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup) to Greenland is Monday July 30, 7am, so be sure to arrive to Copenhagen before this time e.g. Sunday 29th.
One or more courses in the field the student wants to study in an Arctic context. Both students on BSc and MSc level may apply
This includes travel between Copenhagen and Greenland as well as accommodation and food in Sisimiut, Greenland.
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