If the idea of helping to shape a safe and inclusive digital society sparks your interest, then PwC’s Hackschool may be the answer. This unique learning course is aimed at Danish students interested in IT, digital transformation, data analytics, cybersecurity, data protection law, organisation and business. Whether you study law, communication, anthropology, computer science or software development, Hackschool is designed to challenge and build on your digital skills further.

PwC’s Hackschool at a glance

The PwC Hackschool course offers a good opportunity for students, who wish to kickstart their careers as consultants in areas like IT, data, cybersecurity, or online privacy. The course includes 3 exciting ‘talks’, combining presentations and workshops. These sessions dive into trendy and relevant topics of the digital world and give participants a chance to acquire practical knowledge and skills. From digital transformation to cybersecurity and data protection, Hackschool provides a wide range of content that appeals to a diverse group of students.

Practical experience is a focus of the program. Participants are exposed to cases very close to reality, allowing them to apply their knowledge either individually, or within a group of others. This part of the Hackschool is not only a challenge, but also an opportunity to test and refine one’s digital skills in a realistic and dynamic context.

Why is this a good practice?

One of the notable aspects of Hackschool is the inclusive approach to participation. Anyone is welcome to join the programme, regardless of their background or field of study. This reflects the growing recognition that digital skills are essential across different disciplines and industries. Bringing together students from different professional backgrounds, Hackschool creates a unique learning environment in which different perspectives and competences enrich the experience for all participants.

The PwC’s Hackschool goes beyond being traditional education  practices. It integrates a lot more practical elements, rather than focusing on theoretical aspects. This way, participants have an opportunity to apply and understand the concepts of the real world. Hackschool’s approach is not only informative, but also relevant and useful in a rapidly evolving digital context. As society is becoming increasingly digitalised, the need for professionals to understand and respond to the challenges of IT and cybersecurity is increasing. PwC’s Hackschool position itself as a bridge between theoretical knowledge and practical experience and it can be key to shaping the next generation of digital leaders and experts.

Being part of the Hackschool is not only a step towards improving one’s digital skills, it is also an investment in creating a safe and efficient digital society. PwC’s commitment to educating and supporting students in their digital travel is a step towards building a future where digital skills and practices are at the heart of society’s development. Thus, Hackschool is not just a course of education; it is an invitation to be an active participant in shaping the digital landscape of the future.

Find out more about PwC’s Hackschool and how to join here.



Source: European Digital Skills & Jobs Platform


Website link

PwC Hackschool

Start date

08/09/2022 22:17

End date

08/09/2022 22:35

Digital technology / specialisation

  • Software
  • Digital skills

Digital skill level

  • Basic
  • Intermediate

Geographic Scope - Country

  • Denmark

Type of initiative

Local initiative

Target audience

  • Digital skills for the labour force.
  • Digital skills in education.


Type of Funding