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A total of 1,706 young people were pleased to find they had been offered a student place in one of the Bachelor’s degree programmes at Science and Technology. Photo: Colourbox

2013.08.13 | Science and Technology, Public / media, Future students, Staff

Record intake at Science and Technology

This year, Aarhus University is admitting the largest number of students to date to Bachelor’s degree programmes in science and technology. A total of 1,706 young people were offered student places today.

Young people have been very social-minded in their choice of studies, and they have applied for the degree programmes demanded by the labour market, according to Dean Mette Thunø, who is responsible for education at Aarhus University. This has resulted in an increase in the number of applications for degree programmes at Science and Technology.

2013.08.14 | Science and Technology, Education, Public / media, Future students, Staff

More young people want to study science and technology

Young people commencing their higher education studies are showing more interest in Aarhus University’s Bachelor’s degree programmes in science and technology. Compared with last year, almost 20% more students have chosen a degree programme at Science and Technology as their first priority.

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