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Why take notes? To remember, to understand or to become one with the subject matter? All three, in fact, according to a professor of educational sciences. And according to a handwriting expert, your note-taking techniques have their roots in Antiquity
Disproportionate response to throw a Chinese student into prison and deportation centre, and then repatriate her, just because she did not have time to renew her residence permit, according to a legal spokesman.
Two sociology students left their comfort zone and did fieldwork in an internet forum for pedophiles that is against the abuse of children.
Vary the teaching, follow-up questions on how students feel, be available. Danish youth well-being group unpacks five ideas for lecturers to get the distance learning working.
When others went to rock festivals, Emil Blicher Bjerregård went out into the wilderness hunting butterflies. Now his hobby, and his studies, have merged together. He hopes to reverse the imminent death of the Danish butterfly, but tells himself that there are also other things in life.
Many students don’t get a good student job and risk subsequent unemployment, according to the City of Copenhagen's mayor for employment and integration. But according to the National Union of Danish Students DSF, student jobs are already taking up too much of students’ time.
A controversial theory claims that women in progressive and wealthy countries like Denmark opt out of IT, mathematics and engineering because they, by nature, are less interested in these subjects than men are. But a Danish professor in the field of cognitive neuroscience says that the research does not support this conclusion.
For the first time ever, new students at the University of Copenhagen were only welcomed digitally - via video. Four students followed the ceremony from their couch out in the suburbs.
Many international students withdrew their applications to the University of Copenhagen during the pandemic. »We can still maintain a good internationalisation of our study programmes,« university states.
It is not only in higher education that men are being surpassed by women. Many men have no education at all, and this is a serious problem, says psychologist Svend Aage Madsen. A problem for society and for the men themselves.