Master Training Network

To support the education of more graduates in digital technologies and in this way contribute to meet the huge need for highly trained IT professionals at companies and in the public sector, we have established an effort with focus on master studies.

Objectives and synergies

The aim is to supplement and create synergy with the existing education programs at all universities in Denmark, promote gender diversity and strengthen the cooperation between researchers, students and the business community to ensure the best possible exploitation of the capacity.

Explore our Educational projects:


Initiatives to improve recruitment and retention of IT students

Denmark needs more IT specialists. But how do we get more young people to study computer science and become IT specialist? This project, consisting of...

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Software Infrastructures for Teaching at Scale

The aim is to improve onboarding and retention of students result in an ability to teach more students and lower dropout rates.

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Learning Technology for Improving Teaching Quality at Scale

Teaching quality and student feedback is negatively impacted by lack of teachers and many students. There is a need to consider how learning technologies can...

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Supporting Diversity via inclusive Teaching/Learning Activities

The mix of students in digital technology is low in diversity (e.g. female students). This is a problem on a societal level which also impacts...

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Workstream Manager

Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard

University of Southern Denmark
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute
Campusvej 55
5230 Odense M

T: +45 21 97 24 47

Contributing researchers:

Kaj Grønbæk


Aarhus University
Department of Computer Science

Ulrik Nyman

Associate Professor

Aalborg University
Department of Computer Science

Copenhagen Business School
Department of Digitalization

Jørgen Villadsen

Associate Professor

Technical University of Denmark
DTU Compute

Louise Barkhuus

Associate Professor

IT University of Copenhagen
Department of Computer Science

Mads Nielsen


University of Copenhagen 
Department of Computer Science