Document Type : Scientific - Research


Associaate Professor, Gilan University, Faculty of Engineering


One of the most important objectives of universities is to train their students in a manner that they could find a job related to their educational background after graduation. But one of the difficulties that most academic sectors are faced with is that their graduates cannot easily find a job related to their educational background. Implementation of Problem Based learning with a high degree of focus on the integration of real life engineering problems. A case study from Aalborg University also shows how establishing a university in a region with only little industrial activity can stimulate and to a high extend be the basis for a development of this region to an industrial community with world class competence. The students participate in courses in which they face the real life engineering problems and this will help them to have better opportunities to find a job in industrial sectors after graduation.