Talent programmes are always extra-curricular and must correspond to a minimum of 10 ECTS points. They are offered to a limited number of students, who are selected either objectively or based on academic acceptance criteria.
Cross-faculty talent programmes
Cross-faculty talent programmes are offered to students from all faculties at SDU, resulting in teams consisting of students from a diversity of disciplines.
The SDU Citizen Science talent programme 2022 invites gifted students from all faculties to explore the value of Citizen Science. Lead scientific change through co-creation.
The talent programme is attractive to students across all SDU faculties as it builds your competence in engaging citizens in many different ways. It addresses also the SDG #17 on ‘Partnerships’. The individual Citizen Science projects will even respond to other goals too.
As part of the programme students are invited to participate at a four-day study trip to Switzerland (Spring 2022) and attending at ECSA Conference in Berlin (Fall 2022) free of charge.
As a student you can only be accepted to a programme if you are not delayed in the course of your study program.