Welcome to study start for Global
Management and Manufacturing (GMM)!
We are a team consisting of four mentors
who are very excited to meet you all! We will do our best to provide you with
the best possible start on your studies!
We look forward to meeting you and
welcoming you to a world of possibilities. Therefore, we have made a program
focusing on team activities, relevant information and our experiences as GMM
Throughout the first semester, we will
have team lectures where the primary focus is on study techniques and life as a
student based on, among other things, our experiences as GMM students. Besides
this, we will gladly answer your questions or direct you to someone who can.
Life as an engineering student is not
necessarily easy, and an important part of the everyday life is team work
across projects. The study start is an important foundation, during which you
will meet your fellow students and establish relations, creating the basis of
the academic and social activities of your education.
We encourage you
all to participate in the study start we have prepared for you!
The Mentors of GMM: Mathias, Oskar, Joshua and Jens.
Charlotte Nelann Rabjerg, phone +456550 7512, email@example.com
Susanne Fogtmann, phone +456550 9517, TEK-SEK-ITI@tek.sdu.dk
Important information! Make a good start
The compulsory study start test
Did you order your student card?
It’s very important that you order your student card as soon as possible on studiekort.sdu.dk. When you order your student card, you will receive your exam number, which you will need to access the IT services of The University of Southern Denmark.
Do you have access to the IT services at The University of Southern Denmark?
As a student at The University of Southern Denmark, you have access to the IT services of the University of Southern Denmark, including your student e-mail address, the Student Self Service portal and the e-learn platform Blackboard.
We will send you an e-mail with information on the IT services of the University of Southern Denmark and on the access to these services to the e-mail address that you stated on your application. If you did not receive the e-mail within 1 week, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you pass any courses previously?
If you have previously followed studies, as part of another Bachelor- or Professional Bachelor Degree – whether you have completed the education or not – you must apply for a starting credit transfer.
This means that the classes/courses that you have passed during your previous education can be included in your new education, which will be correspondingly shorter.
Read more on credit transfer.
Du you know the study rules?
As a student at The University of Southern Denmark, you are responsible for keeping yourself updated on the rules of examinations, including exam registration and deregistration. You must know all applicable regulations and the university’s requirements for academic practice in relation to exam assignments. Read more about general examination regulations.
Do you know what student activity means?
As a university student, you must register for courses and exams yourself and you must pass a specific amount of ECTS every year (Please be aware that you do not have to register for your courses for the first semester of your bachelor). In addition to this, you must also complete your study programme within a specific period of time, and there are clearly defined rules for leaves of absence, among other things. Knowing the rules and keeping yourself updated on the university’s rules on student activity is your obligation. Read more about student activity.
Do you need assistance in relation to completing your study programme?
Do you have a permanent physical disability or a mental disorder, which requires special support in relation to completing a university study programme, you can apply for Special Educational Support (SPS).
Do you have a good grip on SU (The Danish Education Grant and Loan Scheme)?
Did you apply for accommodation?
Do you know your campus and your possibilities?
Directory to your campus
In order for you to find your way around your campus, we have made a directory for our campuses.
Challenges in relation to your studies?
Your study secretariat and your faculty will help you overcome your study related challenges. Read more about student guidance service.
At Student Services you will find the joint administrative services together.