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Are you ready for Spring 2023?
Now and until February 12, you can make changes to your registrations. You can choose another elective or specialisation course or register for a project or your bachelor project or master thesis. 

Some students might want to only study 22,5 ECTS this spring semester. If you are among them, please write an e-mail to stating this and letting us know which course you want cancelled. 

Please see what we write about the new registration requirement before you make up your mind by clicking below.
Graduate programme event in Atrium

Are you about to graduate and are you considering applying for a graduate programme?

On February 8, companies will visit ITU to talk about their graduate programmes.

Confirmed companies: KMPG, EY, Udviklings- og Forenklingsstyrelsen, Accenture, Cisco, Deloitte, Koncern IT and DSB.

When and where: Meet & Greet in Atrium, February 8, 15:00-17:00.

Remember to sign up! 

All registrants will be sent an overview of the attending companies, their graduate programmes and important deadlines.
Online question session: Getting off to a good thesis start?
Will you be writing your master thesis this Spring?

Do you still feel a bit uncertain about the framework, the requirements or the overall process? 

Then you are welcome to join an online session aimed to assist you getting off to a good start on your thesis process.

The event is hosted by the Student & Career Advisors at ITU and we strive to cover all sorts of issues and practicalities.

When and where: Wednesday, February 1, 10:00-10:45. 

Click below to read more about the event and find out how to participate.

Information Breakfast about registration requirements
Student Council is hosting another Information Breakfast where you can come by and grab a bun or some fresh fruit, sip on coffee or chocolate milk, and have a chat with us about anything related to being a student.

Today we are focusing on the new registration requirement. Did you know that it is no longer a requirement to have courses worth 30 ECTS each semester? Come by the first floor at 9:30 and hear more about it from us.
Need special conditions for your exams?
If you have a temporary or permanent disability, you have the opportunity to get the right conditions for your exams. 

Deadline is February 8 for the Autumn 2022 re-exams and March 1 for the ordinary Summer exams.

You apply by arranging a meeting with the SPS advisor.

Please read the detailed information on ITU Student. Find it by clicking below.
Open house for MSc programmes
On Tuesday, February 7, from 14:00, ITU will host an open house event for the MSc programmes. Here, potential students can hear presentations and talk to current students from our MSc programmes.

If you are interested in learning more about ITU’s MSc programmes, please find the agenda by clicking below.

If you know someone who might be interested, please share the event with them.
ITU Billboard will get a new look
The info screens placed by the elevators, named ITU Billboard, will get a new look from tomorrow. In the future, there will only be one item on the screens – the news slide which will fill out the entire screen. 

This also means that if you would like to upload news to ITU Billboard, you now need to find a picture in the size 1920x1080 px. This is a standard 16:9 format. 

You can still use the submit form on ITU Student. All other procedures regarding ITU Billboard remain the same. 
Time for Blockchain Coding Café
13 sessions of blockchain programming have been scheduled. Check them out on Meetup!

First café of the semester is Wednedsday, February 8, 15.00-18.00.

Join this exciting event where you can learn how to build decentralized applications (DApps) on Polygon using Solidity.

No prior experience is needed but signup is required. There are limited seats, so sign up now. 

Python Study Group seeks volunteers 
Python Study Group (PSG) would like a couple of volunteers to join their team.

As a volunteer, you should be comfortable in the programming language Python and be available a couple of hours during the week to attend PSG and help out others succeed in their coding journey.

Oh, and you have to love snacks and good company! 

Interested? Send an email to PSG coordinator Edith with a couple of sentences about why you would like to become a volunteer.


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