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Posted October 29, 2015

Mälardalen University—one of Sweden’s major universities and the world’s first environmentally certified school—invites you to test your Engineering and Computer Science skills in the MDH Tech Race!

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All you need to do is sign up for an account and complete the timed quiz and answer a short essay question. The quiz consists of fifteen multiple-­choice questions related to engineering and computer science. You are allowed to use the Internet to answer the questions. After you complete the quiz, showcase your creativity and convince us why YOU should win by answering the question

“What are the advantages of studying a tech degree at Mälardalen University?” The five participants with the highest scores completed within the shortest amount of time will be shortlisted*. The winners will be chosen by Mälardalen University based on the quality of their motivational statements.

*If this criterion applies to more than five participants (i.e. if two participants have the same score completed within the same time), it is at Student Competitions’ and Mälardalen University’s discretion to choose a finalist. 

You are eligible to win the competition if you are a currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student, or if you hold a bachelor’s degree from an institution of higher education located in any country. Participants from previous editions of the MDH Tech Race are ineligible to win this year’s competition.

Source: Mälardalen University

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