As part of our ongoing commitment to create networks between STEM professionals, businesses, and academia, ANE has been a partner in the Nordic Engineering Hub (NordEnHub) project, which ran from 2018-2022 (the project was extended due to the pandemic).
The project was funded by Erasmus+, the Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordplus, and the partner universities (KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Aalto University (Finland), Aalborg University (Denmark), Reykjavik University (Iceland), & University of Stavanger (Norway).
In a consortium with five Nordic technical universities, the Association of Nordic Engineers and the network of the rectors and deans of 30 technical universities in the Nordic region, NORDTEK, joined forces to co-create new knowledge on engineering education that could enable Nordic engineers to become game-changers in solving global challenges.
The overarching goal was to create a platform for know-how sharing, a nexus for the generation and dissemination of new ideas on STEM education.
The NordEnHub project results have now been published and an agreement has been reached with NORDTEK to build on this work in the newly established NORDTEK Engineering Education group.
The full project descriptions, documentation, and results of the project are hosted on the NordEnHub project website.
The project and the results are also summarised in this presentation.