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Student Projects to Increase Innovation

image of students from UiB
Juli Grønaas Kvamme (left) and Camilla Hamre Aasnes (right) are students at the University of Bergen. Here at our Subsea Innovation Day 2019. Camilla is also a trainee at the Ocean Innovation Catapult.

Students are ideal to explore new ideas, gain knowledge and increase your innovation capacity.

The Department of Mechanical and Marine Engineering at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) welcome your input to student projects.

A Wide Range of Possible Topics

Projects can be within a wide range of topics including; subsea, ocean, machine, marine, energy and production technology.

Student projects are an important tool to increase the interaction between businesses and educational institutions. The companies can explore new ideas and spark long-term development projects. Students receive relevant tasks and both parts get to know each other with respects to future job opportunities.

Deadline 30 September

Western Norway University of Applied Sciences would like your input and suggestions for Bachelor projects within 31 September. The projects will be conducted during the spring semester.

Below is more information and contact details for different topics:

• Download Request for projects (in Norwegian)
• Download Specification template for the main project (in Norwegian)

A wide variety of educational programmes offer courses and projects that are relevant to the ocean industries.

See the list of all BSc and MSc programmes with contact persons at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. Informatics and electronics will have similar opportunities for student projects.

Contact Information

Jon O. Hellevang

Senior Ocean Technology Innovator

Jon O. Hellevang