22nd January, three educational institutions join to give you insights on three new exciting bio-engineering programs:
Kalundborg is called the Biotech City, because it comprises Scandinavia’s largest biotech and process manufacturing cluster.
Here, you will find the world’s largest insulin factory, the world’s largest enzyme production, the world’s leading industrial symbiosis and Denmark’s largest refinery – to name a few. Companies e.g. include Novozymes, Chr. Hansen (Novonesis), Novo Nordisk, Unibio, Lundbeck, and NNE.
The Biotech City is on a steep growth journey, and the companies demand new and more competences within biotechnology, biomanufacturing, and biosolutions.
Kalundborg’s companies have gone into dialogue with the educational institutions and have developed three education programs to match the industry’s needs: One in biotechnology, one in biomanufacturing, and one in biosolutions.
These programs not only match the industry’s needs, but the planet’s too. As a student at one of these programs, you get to drive change. You get to find solutions to the challenges of tomorrow. You get to accelerate the green transition.
As a student in the Biotech City, you get to study at a newly built Campus with modern, state-of-the-art facilities placed right next to Kalundborg’s world-leading industry. You will in fact get your education in collaboration with the companies through internships, company visits, project collaboration, guest lectures, etc.