Louisenlund hosting a Research Camp for Germany’s up-and-coming MINT Generation
The national plus-MINT boarding school scholarship endowment programme, which is aimed at supporting the brightest of talent to be found in the MINT field, is preparing to commence its work for the coming 2016/17 school year. From 06th - 09th April 2016, an extensive research camp is taking place in Louisenlund and a jury will select the most successful candidates.
The Association for promoting talented MINT students has started a new national educational initiative which is aimed at promoting especially gifted 14-18 year-olds in specially chosen MINT centres. The founding partners of this great idea are the Association of German Engineers (VDI), the Siemens Foundation as well as Louisenlund Boarding School Complex in Schleswig-Holstein, St. Afre in Saxony and Birklehof in Baden-Württemberg. IPN is officiating as the scientific partner.
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