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How can university education incorporate societal needs that strengthen learning outcomes and render graduate skills for the labour market? This Guide has compiled different examples from challenge driven projects in higher education programmes. The aim is to inspire teachers, students and 'challenge owners' to jointly develop solutions to technical, societal and sometimes very complex problems, in a way that incorporates demands on higher education quality.
Cases from international and interdisciplinary collaborations are found that have provided students with the skills to take on open ended, real world challenges.
The Guide is developed to motivate to challenge driven education, to propose important 'rules of the game' and to contribute to a platform for a shared understanding between teachers, students and 'challenge owners' in different contexts.
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