The IT University has a number of Employers' Panels. They help us ensure that our teaching takes place in a continued dynamic cooperation with the surrounding world. Our teaching and the academic content must be at the highest possible level. The students must obtain relevant competences making them attractive to the our market, and the studies must attract many well-qualified students.
The Employers' Panels advise the Vice Chancellor and the Dean of Education on the quality and relevance of our study programmes. The Panels offer input on the it-competences and -profiles needed in the short and long run.
In Terms of Reference, you can read about the background and the aim of the panels as well as composition and appointment.
Read an interview with former Vice Chancellor Mads Tofte about the Employers' Panels.
The Employers' Panels consist of: