Before the Digital Impact Day
Why should I take part in the event?
Each Digital Impact Day brings together students from different backgrounds and educational programs. Students who, together with other students, have trained to take advantage of several perspectives and jointly deliver an innovative solution gain knowledge and confidence in interdisciplinary problem solving that will serve them well in their coming professional life.
Can I register if I have registered before?
If you have registered before, feel free to register again. We at Digital Impact Day are looking forward to your registration :).
Who can register for the event?
Students of all disciplines from the participating universities (Munich University of Applied Sciences, Mid Sweden University, Tampere University of Applied Sciences) are welcome!
How can I cancel my registration?
Please use the functionality “Already registered?” which can be found at the DID registration page.
Where do I find all the necessary information?
All necessary information about the event can be found on this website. After registering you will receive an e-mail with further information regarding the specific event.
During and after the Digital Impact Day
In which languages is the event available?
The event will take place in English as it is a collaboration between European institutions.
What does a typical Digital Impact Day look like?
After a short meet & greet, where participants get to know their teams, the challenger will present the challenge of the day. Students, supported by coaches, will then start working on the challenge by generating an idea and a pitch for their idea. In the late afternoon, each team presents their idea in a 3-minute pitch to the audience. Experts will provide feedback on the ideas and select a winner.
Can I get grouped up with friends?
We have experienced that diverse students groups with different study programs are most creative. Therefore, we aim to mix the groups.
How do I receive the certification?
The certificate will automatically be sent to you via e-mail after you have taken part in the event.
Is there an app to download?
No, registration can be fully done via our website. The DID day itself will take place via Zoom.
What technical equipment is needed to participate?
You need a computer with a camera and a microphone. You can participate from anywhere as long you have internet access.
Data protection and organizers’ contacts
How can I delete my data/profile?
If you would like to have your data deleted please contact the organizer Lars Brehm via e-mail (Lars.Brehm@hm.edu).
Where is the data stored?
As the event is taking place in Germany, Finland and Sweden, your data will be stored within these countries. Anonymous data will be used for research purposes.
Why is the required information necessary?
The requested information will be used for forming groups during the event and for certification.
Does the GDPR apply?
As the event is taking place within the European Union, GDPR guidelines apply as usually.
Whom can I contact before and during the event?
If you have any questions regarding the event please contact the organizers via e-mail: