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educat ion Degrees offered by DTU Doctoral degrees Dr.Techn. (Doctor of Technology) PhD Master degree Master of Science in Engineering (MSc Eng) Bachelor degrees Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc Eng) Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) Professional degrees Master of Business Administration (part-time programme) Master of Engineering (part-time programmes) Programmes 11 BEng programmes (DTU Lyngby Campus 2012) 15 BSc Eng programmes 28 MSc Eng programmes 19 PhD Schools Furthermore, DTU currently offers 20 joint MSc programmes in collaboration with international partner universities. Students, 2012 Admitted Graduating Total enrollment BEng 644 350 2,143 BSc Eng 883 466 2,633 MSc Eng 1,136 994 3,067 Total 2,663 1,810 7,843 International students, 2012 Exchange students admitted 627 Summer University students 156 International MSc students admitted 412* DTU students abroad 291 * Includes all Nordic citizens and other non-Danish citizens with a permanent residence permit in Denmark. This number is also included in the total number of MSc students in the table above. DTU’s ocean-going marine research vessel Dana collects samples off the east coast of Greenland. 2 September makers and the general public in developing countries and the like. Food safety is one of several areas in which Danish experience can be communicated to developing countries. 1 September R ecord number of new students Young people in Denmark are keen to study engineering. A record number of students have been accepted at DTU, with 883 new students starting BSc programmes in technical science, and 646 commencing BEng programmes. These figures represent increases of 6 and 2 per cent, respectively, on 2011. 1 September O ne-click diagnosis Researchers Jeppe Seidelin Dam, Peter Tidemand-Lichtenberg and Christian Pedersen from DTU Photonics invent a camera that can quickly and efficiently ‘photograph’ the chemical signature of a spot on the skin, for example, allowing doctors to make an immediate diagnosis. 2 September  Dana in action DTU’s marine research vessel Dana sets off on a research expedition to Eastern Greenland. Researchers from DTU Aqua and the Greenland Climate Research Centre, for example, will be examining the East Greenland Current, which, like other marine currents, has an effect on our climate. The voyage builds on the research in chemical oceanography started by Professor Georg Forchhammer 150 years ago at DTU (then known as Den Polytekniske Læreranstalt). 5 September  Digital detective Two students from DTU Compute develop an IT program that uses Lectio—the IT system used by nine out of ten high schools in Denmark—to reveal plagiarism among high school pupils. 9 September F rom research to industry Rafael Taboryski receives the ‘AEG Elektronprisen’ award for his great contribution to the work to incorporate micro and nanolithographic patterning methods used in injection moulding processes. The award is presented to Rafael for his exemplary capacity to bring research into play in industry. 53 DTU in profile 2013


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