SDC Annual Report 2020

20 April 2021

The celebration of SDC’s 10-year anniversary and the launch of a new Master’s degree programme in International Food Quality and Health. That is some of the highlights you can read about in the SDC Annual Report 2020.

The year stands out as the most challenging year in SDC’s history. Within a few weeks, students, teachers and staff members on both sides of the partnership were facing a new reality. Students suddenly found themselves physically isolated from classmates; teachers were forced to rethink and reorganise lecture plans and teaching activities; and researchers and PhD students had to cancel or postpone planned research stays in China.

‘Despite the difficult circumstances everyone faced, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, SDC as a whole managed to handle the situation thanks to the tremendous effort of our dedicated faculty and staff members. Throughout the process our students have shown an impressive drive and patience in a situation where they have been met by uncertainty, new teaching methods and sudden changes,’ says Executive Director of SDC, Morten Laugesen.

In the annual report you can meet students, alumni and researchers and you find relevant facts and figures.

The annual report represents the Danish side of the collaboration.

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