"Buskerud Graduates Offered Great Job Choices" - Laagendalsposten, June 1, 2010

9/20/2010

HOBOKEN, N.J. - The second cohort of graduates from Buskerud University College find great opportunities, with already a number of lucrative job offers post-graduation, as stated in the Norwegian newspaper Laagendalsposten.

Laagendalsposten talked to some of the graduates and asked them to sum up the 3 years of combined work and study.  They talk about hectic days where the normal work hours are spent doing their day job, and the evenings are dedicated to their studies.  Their employers have given them contacts within their companies, which will be a valuable network now for their future career.

Twelve new graduates from the Buskherud Cohort celebrated their Masters in Systems Engineering, with a ceremony attended by Dean Verma, with graudates in full cap and gown regalia. 

These graduates have also been offered the oportunity to publish their Masters thesis for some academic journals.

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