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HollyJohnson
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With most Universities starting the new academic year in Europe, the Academic Program has been visiting universities to deliver Qlik workshops and spread the word about our amazing resources.

Over the past few weeks we have run a number of sessions for our Educators in Europe. At the end of September we went to the University of Lund in Sweden to deliver a day of hands-on workshops to students studying Supply Chain Information Systems. The session was delivered in person by our Senior Software engineer - Stavros Orfanoudakis. This is a course that the Academic Program has run online workshops for before, so it was great to get back to presenting in person. The students took to Qlik Sense like pros and went far beyond the workshop guide by building additional visualizations and charts.

Our next trip was in Italy to the Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, where our Senior Presales Solution Architect – Lucia Grassi – delivered a workshop student at the Department of Management studying Business Economics and Management. The feedback was very positive from the students, and we hope to return for another session here in the future.

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Last Friday Stavros Orfanoudakis returned to the University of Lund for a Qlik app demo session. This was a class for an educator who had heard great things about our previous workshops at Lund and was eager to have us speak to his students at the Department of Economics. The students enjoyed the session so much that it was extended by 30 minutes, and they were particularly interested in all the free training accessible to them through the Qlik Continuous Classroom.

We love having the opportunity to present Qlik and our Academic Program to students, and we are happy to run sessions, if and when our schedule allows, for members of our Academic Program.  To learn more about joining the Academic Program, go to qlik.com/academicprogram 

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