The Ministry of Education and Science in Denmark has approved several new STEM programmes for higher education (STEM – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) directed on becoming a bridge of the challenges of the Digital Society and the future labour market. The educations include everything from Machine Learning education in Copenhagen to an interdisciplinary course on IT and economy in Odense and software development in Skive. The Minister of Education and Science, Tommy Ahlers, comments in the following way: “Our educational offer always should be adapted to the age that we live in, and many of the jobs we will have five years from now do not exist today. This is why we continually approve new educations that are being developed in cooperation with employers.” So far nine new educations have been approved this year while eight more is pending to be approved. Source: Ministry of Education and Science in Denmark
New STEM educations adapted to the Digital Society
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