Bianka from Hungary and Akash from Canada brew beer in Aarhus

8 students from Seneca College in Toronto, Canada joined 15 students from Business Academy Aarhus to learn how to brew beer. They were all part of our summer school which took place from 18 - 29 June 2018 in Aarhus.

‘It has been a great experience academically, culturally and socially,’ says chemical engineering student Akash Kachhjyapatel from Seneca.

Together with seven fellow students from Seneca College, School of Biological Sciences and Applied Chemistry, Toronto, Canada,( http://www.senecacollege.ca/school/biological-sciences-and-applied-chemistry/) he participated in a two-week summer school held at Business Academy Aarhus.

See in this video (1:51) what the students have learnt from being part of our summer school

Learnt about brewing beer and cultural variety

The Canadians, along with 15 of Business Academy Aarhus’ own Danish and international students, were given the task of brewing beer and then analysing it. 

The summer school took place at our Chemical and Biotechnical campus in the outskirts of Aarhus.

They learnt about process optimisation, biological processes and the chemistry involved in beer production. And not least, they got a wonderful cultural experience.

Bianka Ivelt Raupach is from Hungary, but lives in Denmark and is studying on our Chemical and Biotechnical Science programme (link please).  She is glad that she volunteered for the two-week summer school.

‘I’ve learned to work with people from many different countries,’ she concludes.