The Maritime Engineering Education: meeting industry demands

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The Maritime Engineering Education : meeting industry demands. / Andersen, Ingrid Marie Vincent; Nielsen, Ulrik Dam; Lützen, Marie.

In: Mercator, No. Marts, 2012.

Publication: ResearchJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Andersen, Ingrid Marie Vincent; Nielsen, Ulrik Dam; Lützen, Marie / The Maritime Engineering Education : meeting industry demands.

In: Mercator, No. Marts, 2012.

Publication: ResearchJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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title = "The Maritime Engineering Education: meeting industry demands",
author = "Andersen, {Ingrid Marie Vincent} and Nielsen, {Ulrik Dam} and Marie Lützen",
year = "2012",
journal = "Mercator",
issn = "1902-164X",
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T1 - The Maritime Engineering Education

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AU - Nielsen,Ulrik Dam

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PY - 2012

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N2 - This article describes the outcome of a survey initiated by the Danish Maritime Fund (DMF).The survey resulted in a report that describes the engineering competencies requested by theDanish maritime industry. This is of interest since the desired competencies have changed inthe past one to two decades, where Denmark no longer has a considerable ship-buildingindustry. Furthermore, the DMF initiated report concludes that the demand for maritimeengineers in the industry is larger than the output. The report sets forth a series ofrecommendations to the industry as well as the universities to enable meeting the demand formaritime engineers in Denmark. The recommendations are outlined together with the workcommenced at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the University of SouthernDenmark (SDU) to follow up on the recommendations in the report.

AB - This article describes the outcome of a survey initiated by the Danish Maritime Fund (DMF).The survey resulted in a report that describes the engineering competencies requested by theDanish maritime industry. This is of interest since the desired competencies have changed inthe past one to two decades, where Denmark no longer has a considerable ship-buildingindustry. Furthermore, the DMF initiated report concludes that the demand for maritimeengineers in the industry is larger than the output. The report sets forth a series ofrecommendations to the industry as well as the universities to enable meeting the demand formaritime engineers in Denmark. The recommendations are outlined together with the workcommenced at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the University of SouthernDenmark (SDU) to follow up on the recommendations in the report.

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