Four top students awarded with scholarships

This year, Ramboll received a record total of applications exceeding 400 for the Ramboll Scholarship. Due to an exceptional level of talent among the candidates, four recipients were selected this year. 

The four winners were chosen by a selection committee from across Ramboll's divisions. The scholarships were awarded to:

Aleksander Probst Otovic, 22, is studying a semester at University of New South Wales to build on his bachelor's in building design. In his studies, he works on integrating building design and multi-disciplinary collaboration between engineers and architects.

Lærke Cecilie Bjerre, 24, is going to study at Technical University of Munich in Germany where she will further develop her skills within urban planning and design. During her studies, she has worked for Henning Larsen Architects as a freelance engineer.

Thomas Riis Jakobsen, 26, is a student at the School of Engineering at Aarhus University and will as part of his master's degree take a semester at University of Sydney. Here, he will continue his academic specialisation within aero dynamics and transmission of heat.

Burak Ulusoy, 22, is a master's student at SDU in chemical engineering. He will be spending a semester at Korea University in Seoul where subjects such as crystallography will form the foundation for his master's thesis.

Image right: Lærke Cecilie Bjerre and Aleksander Probst Otovic receive their Ramboll Scholarship plaques at the Student Day event at Ramboll's Head Office in Copenhagen.

Meet one of the Ramboll Scholarship recipients

Check out a video clip with Lærke Cecilie Bjerre, one the four winners of the Ramboll Scholarship 2015:

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