Emily Walenta studied E-concept Development (industry project courses focusing in technology, design, and media) at KEA last year. Here’s her biggest take aways from studying in Denmark.

Life in space was the inspiration behind KEA graduate Stefania Dinea's winning entry in an architectural competition for the space center at Stockhom's KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

According to an analysis undertaken by DEA, international full degree students are very profitable for Denmark. Twenty percent of KEA’s students are international full degree students.

There was plastic made from milk, edible materials and, not least, a lecture by Mark Miodownik, the world´s leading materials expert, when Material Design Lab officially opened its doors.

The number of applicants for KEA`s winter intake has once again hit the record – this time by 13%. International applications have risen by no less than 20%.

TED fans in Denmark can finally look forward to the first university TEDx, when TEDxKEA host the event on December 11th. This week, TEDxKEA added Lars Tvede to a speaker list that is already full of young talents as well as heavyweights of Danish industry.


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