Kalundborg’s mayor Martin Damm welcomed almost 200 students.
29th October, we celebrated our community’s many new and returning students together with a range of local actors.
Reason to celebrate
The need for both skilled and academic talent increases in Scandinavia’s largest biotech cluster, and more and more students join our growing educational environment contributing to the positive development of the community.
In 2016 there were no academic educations in Kalundborg. In 2024, there will be educated approx. 300 academics annually, and approx. 1000 students will daily walk the floors of Campus Kalundborg.
To show our appreciation of the students, we do what we do in our community: Local actors across sectors came together to get up a party kicking off the semester.
Hopefully, this initiative sparked the breeding ground for many new connections and friendships, as well as laid a foundation for many years of studying, working, and living in our community.
The party was organized by Kalundborg Municipality, University College Absalon, Helix Lab, Toyal Danish Academy, Maskinmesterskolen København, Technical University of Denmark – DTU, Novo Nordisk, and many other local actor.