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For further information about the Nordic Experts in Teams Network or the Experts in Teams method, please contact:
Bjørn Sortland, or Ulla Haahr,

Anette Lind,

In 1865, Aarhus Business College was founded under the name of Association evening school of Business. This is not only the country’s oldest tralde school, but also the largest with 3,200 yearly students and more than 350 employees.

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Ivan Lauridsen,

AARHUS TECH is a vocational education and training (VET) institution situated in Aarhus – the second largest city in Denmark. With three main campuses and a comprehensive supply of education and training programmes the college is a very noticeable part of Aarhus.

AARHUS TECH was founded in 1828 and is one of the largest VET institutions in Denmark. The college has a long tradition of servicing the private and public sector by offering flexible education and training programmes within a wide variety of occupations at different levels. It is our objective to turn knowledge into professional competencies in demand on the regional labour market.

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Jesper Klintrup Nielsen,
Ulla Haahr,

Business Academy Aarhus develops and offers practice-orientated higher education programmes. We are one of the largest business academies in Denmark with 5,000 full-time students, 900 international students and 400 employees.

Since 2013 Business Academy Aarhus has annually held “Experts in Teams”, where 30-400 students participate. The academy emphasises real-life cases which create value for small and medium-sized companies.

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Are Turmo,

The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise is Norway’s major organisation for employers and the leading business lobby. Our current membership of 24,000 + companies range from small family-owned businesses to multinational companies in most sectors.

The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise – NHO – is the leading voice of business and industry in Norway. Having expert knowledge and an extensive business network, the NHO plays an important and constructive role in the Norwegian society.

Our main objective is to create and sustain conditions that secure the competitiveness and profitability of business and industry, and thereby maintain the basis for a good standard of living, sound economic growth and sustainable development.

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Contact: Arvid Ellingsen,

The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) is decidedly the largest and most influential workers’ organisation in Norway. LO has a strong position in society and has set its stamp on society’s development for more than 100 years.

  • Over 900 000 workers are affiliated to the 26 national unions which in turn are affiliated to LO.
  • The affiliated unions are often vertically organised, including both blue and white collar workers, and cover both the private and the public sectors.
  • About 50 per cent of LO’s members are women. In some national unions, women make up three quarters of the membership.

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Marie Löwegren,

Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship is part of Lund University in Sweden. Lund University is a comprehensive university with 8 faculties covering everything from medicine to the arts. At Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship we do research in entrepreneurship and innovation and educate students from all faculties in, for, and about entrepreneurship and innovation. All our courses are based on an action-reflection pedagogy, where teams of students either develop ideas of their own or do internships in regional companies.

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Kat Lundbye,

Muskelsvindfonden is an association created by people with muscular dystrophy to strengthen all who have muscular dystrophy in their lives.

We work for people with muscular dystrophy and their families to be able to live an active life as part of society.

Our activities are financed by Cirkus Summarum and Grøn Concert.

How are we doing this:

We work politically to create the best possible framework and conditions for people with disabilities

We push for prejudices through our volunteers and our event platforms

We strengthen people with muscular dystrophy – both children and adults – and their families to an active life through member activities, projects and rehabilitation

We influence attitudes by making people with muscular dystrophy visible as the people they are

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Paal Fennell,

NHH Norwegian School of Economics is one of the leading business schools in Europe. NHH has an internationally recognised research environment and is the first choice for students who want to study business administration in Norway.

In close cooperation with the business community and society, we are developing new knowledge and creating values for a sustainable future.

NHH has an international profile and cooperates with 170 universities and business schools in more than 50 countries. We have 3,400 students and 400 employees.

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Bjørn Sortland,

At the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) we create knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life. The university has a main profile in technology and the natural sciences, and great academic breadth including the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational sciences, architecture, entrepreneurship and aesthetic disciplines.

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Knud Erik Hilding-Hamann,

DTI is a leading research and technology Institute. We currently employ 1041 specialists and we help in excess of 10,000 customers a year – representing 65 different countries.

We pride ourselves of being a multi-disciplinary Institute, which also means that we often look at your challenge in an innovative manner – tapping into different specialties in order to find the best-suited solution for you. Organizational we are divided into 8 divisions (Production, Materials, Life Science, Business and Society, Energy and Climate, Agro technology, Building and Construction and Meat research) – please have a closer look at them underneath – and keep in mind, that we always welcome a challenge.

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Hanne Løje,

For almost two centuries DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has been dedicated to fulfilling the vision of H.C. Ørsted—the father of electromagnetism—who founded the university in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society.

Today, DTU is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe, continues to set new records in the number of publications, and persistently increase and develop our partnerships with industry, and assignments accomplished by DTU’s scientific advice.

The number of student enrolment is higher than ever and, for the eleventh consecutive year, we have received a record-breaking number of applications from students who want to pursue a degree from an elite technical university with a global outlook.

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Contact: Ane Johannessen, The Centre for Interprofessional Workplace Learning (TVEPS) in Bergen, Norway provides workplace learning for interprofessional student teams. TVEPS is organised as a Centre, with The University of Bergen, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and the municipalities of Bergen and Fjell as participating partners. Fourteen different health educational programs including law participate. Most of the participating programs have incorporated training in TVEPS as a part of a practice educational unit, with learning outcomes that include interprofessional development for the students. We engage about 200 students in interprofessional workplace learning each year since 2012. For more information, go to:

Steffen Kjær Johansen,

Research, teaching, communication and the transfer of knowledge at the University of Southern Denmark are grouped into five academic faculties:

  • The Faculty of Humanities
  • The Faculty of Science
  • The Faculty of Business and Social Sciences
  • The Faculty of Health Sciences
  • The Faculty of Engineering

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Svante Axelsson,

The university is one of the largest in Sweden with 40,000 students and 7,000 staff.

The research should take on the major challenges facing society as well as purely scientific questions. The University in all its breadth provides unique opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration and new combinations.

The education at Uppsala University is characterized by interested students, engaged teachers and its association with research. Students acquire up-to-date knowledge as well as the skills and capacity for independent and critical thinking.

In recent years, Uppsala University has generally been ranked among the top 100 universities in the world.

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Sissel Johansson,

With about 16,000 students, the new institution is one of the largest higher education institutions in Norway. The new institution offers a broad range of academic programmes at Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD levels.

The ambition is to build stronger and more solid academic and research environments who will interact nationally and internationally. The aim is to become a visible actor on the international higher education arena through increased international cooperation and engagement in externally funded projects within education and research.

Students at undergraduate and postgraduate level have access to high quality exchange opportunities abroad and staff-mobility is be encouraged.

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