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Students at work. Summer school in Cleantech in the Studio, 2012.

Why join a summer school program?
This summer school is for all students who whish to gain new perspectives on the application possibilities of their education. The summer school is held like a academically professional innovation camp lasting for three weeks where 40 students are working in interdisciplinary groups on a case offered by a company. 

Time and place
The summer school begins on August the 9th 2013 and lasts for a full three weeks. You are expected to be available to teaching and group work full time for the three weeks. The course will take place at the Studio at Copenhagen Business School, Grundtvigsvej 25, Frederiksberg. The schedule of the summer school is now available on the right.

The summer school is a credit giving master level course and gives each student 7.5 ECTS credits. It will be taught entirely in english.
The course description can be found here:

The exam has three parts:

  • 5 page group report of the concept design (to be handed in 30th August)
  • 2-5 page individual report (to be handed in 2nd September)
  • 5-6th of September: Oral exams (20 min)

The program for all three weeks is available here as pdf-document. Changes may be made.

The application deadline has now passed!

To follow the course you have to be a student of a master degree at either the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School ot Denmark's Technical University. There are also a limited number of spots available for international students of universities in other countries on the same level. We offer 40 students a spot at the summer school and you are expected to be available full time for the three weeks the course last. Since interdisciplinarity is a high priority, we encourage students from all kind of line of studies to apply.

Contact Persons

Course responsible, KU: Annette Bruun Jensen, KU:
Course responsible, DTU: Philip Cash, DTU:
Practical info: Pernille Lindberg Bruhn, Katapult:
Communication and press: Sille Julie Jøhnk Abildgaard, Katapult: