Portrayed alumni, PhDs and students
All articles are written by present or former students at Aalborg University.
Diantha thinks that problem-based learning fits very well with the way big companies prefer to work. Being autonomous and showing initiative, which you learn through PBL, are skills that are very valuable in a working environment.
Dantong Li chose Aalborg University because of two main reasons; her child memories about the fariy tales of H.C. Andersen and the many opportunities in working in a student environment with problem based learning.
My current dreams for the future, professionally speaking, are to bring more mindfulness in universities and organizations, and to expend my coaching practice, to reach and support more people in unlocking their full potential, and living a purposeful and fulfilling life.
I had a great time doing voluntary work while studying at AAU, and I strongly suggest you to join an organisation where you could put your competences to work, or simply meet new people, eventually develop your Danish language skills.
Graduating from a university does not grant you with key tools that can immediately bring you success. However, studying at AAU through PBL model (a very practically oriented and close to real life problem solving methods) has instilled my leadership skills, a life-long work ethic and a global perspective.
Some of my best memories are connected both with the study work in the university and all the activities you can join, as a student in AAU.
My moving to Aalborg was not my first time living and studying abroad. Yet, there was one crucial difference if I compare it to my other experiences of living abroad: the language. This article is written by Evelina
As an already graduate student from Aalborg University, I must say the PBL method was both challenging and rewarding for my personal and professional growth. Written by Desislava Kavaldzhieva
Per Michael Johansen left Aalborg University in 1992, following graduation from the Department of Physics and a position as assistant professor at the same department. He went out into the world with the skills of a new AAU graduate. Now, 22 years later, he has returned – this time to take over the Rector’s office. We have asked Per Michael to ponder on the differences between Aalborg University then and now – and the skills his AAU qualifications provided him with.
With the knowledge I have today, it may well be that from the beginning should have chosen a course that was more focused on working with HR. That I ended up working with recruiting and coaching was more of a coincidence. Should I choose today, I would like to have a Master in Counselling and Coaching.
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