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CDIO Standards 3.0 is now available in the Knowledge Library


The main role of CDIO Standards is to serve as a guideline for educational program reform and evaluation, create benchmarks and goals with worldwide application, and provide a framework for continuous improvement.

CDIO Standards

CDIO welcomes TECNUN – School of Engineering


CDIO council has accepted

University of Navarra. TECNUN – School of Engineering, region Europe

as new member of the worldwide CDIO collaborative. 

What goals do you hope to achieve?
The teaching methodology we use in many of the classes is quite traditional. However, the students are not "traditional" in their way of learning and that requires us to change the teaching to improve the students' learning.

CDIO welcomes two new schools, region ASIA

Report from the CDIO seminar on "Towards agile, interdisciplinary and individualised engineering education"


About 50 interested researchers and teachers gathered at Chalmers on October 17 for the CDIO seminar "Towards agile, interdisciplinary and individualised engineering education" arranged by Prof. Johan Malmqvist, Chalmers.

CDIO welcomes a new school, region Europe!

Students from Singapore Polytechnic broke a Guinness World Record


Congratulations to the students from Singapore Polytechnic who broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest speed achieved by a ping pong ball.

CDIO welcomes two new schools, region UK & Ireland!

Four new schools in region Asia!


Welcome to four new member schools! 

NIT Ibaraki College, (NITIC)

Our goal is to incorporate the concept of CDIO into our engineering education so that students
can acquire the following abilities. These are defined as the learning and educational goals of
our College.


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