Intercultural competences and project based learning in the engineering curriculum

Publication: ResearchBook chapter – Annual report year: 2009

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A cultural dimension is today increasingly taught at universities as a supplement to disciplines that have not traditionally paid much attention to culture. Universities are competing to produce graduates with global mindset who are well equipped to cope in multicultural, team-oriented workplaces. Yet the way in which culture is taught is bound to differ depending on the context in which teaching takes place.
Original languageEnglish
TitleTeaching Cultural Skills : Adding Culture in Higher Education
Number of pages261
Place of publicationFrederiksberg
PublisherNyt fra Samfundsvidenskaberne
Publication date2009
Pages209-225
ISBN (print)978-87-7683-018-2
StatePublished
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