Bachelor's Degree in Engineering in Denmark

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Engineering

Engineering is all about gaining and applying scientific principles in order to build and design machines, materials, systems and devices. There are various fields within engineering, including civil, electrical, mechanic or software engineering. If you choose to take a Bachelor of Engineering in Denmark, you can be sure to get interdisciplinary education which will give you a competitive advantage in your future career. A Bachelor of Engineering in Denmark puts the accent on practical learning, both in newly emerging and established areas of engineering.

 

Bachelor of Engineering programs in Denmark are  for those whose dream is to manage a complete manufacturing process – from the idea to the product. In addition, you will be provided with extra workplace skills such as project management, teamwork and problem-solving. Having taken a Bachelor of Engineering in Denmark, you will be able to pursue a challenging career on positions such as product planner, project manager, research analyst or product developer. 

 

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BSc in General Engineering

Technical University of Denmark - DTU
Campus Full time 6 semesters August 2017 Denmark Lyngby

The bachelor's programme (BSc) in General Engineering is a new international BSc programme at DTU. The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The programme is offered for the first time in 2016. [+]

Best Bachelors in Engineering in Denmark 2017. The bachelor's programme (BSc) in General Engineering is a new international BSc programme at DTU. The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The programme is offered for the first time in 2016. International profile The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The BSc is taught exclusively in English, and you will be part of an international study environment with students from all over the world. Design/build projects You will be working on design/build projects during all six semesters. A design/build project is a practice-oriented group project in which your team solves a specific problem, going through the problem-solving phases typically experienced by engineers. This ensures that you learn to adopt an engineering approach during the programme. During the fifth semester you can study abroad at another university or work on a project in a Danish company. Specializations From the second year onwards, you begin to specialize in one of the four research areas where DTU and the Danish business sector are strongly represented: Living Systems Cyber Systems Cyber Materials Future Energy Future perspectives With a BSc in General Engineering you can—depending on your choice of specialization—apply for admission to a number of MSc programmes at DTU or another university. Possibilities include Biotechnology, Computer Science and Engineering, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, or Sustainable Energy. Study programme Technical-scientific undergraduate programme The General Engineering programme is a technical-scientific undergraduate study programme. At the beginning of the programme, you are required to take a number of mandatory courses such as mathematics, physics and chemistry and you will experience the engineering spirit through design/build projects. In the final part of the programme you will specialize in one of the subject areas ‘living systems’, ‘cyber systems’, ‘cyber materials’ or ‘future energy’. Depending on your choice of specialization, you can continue your studies on a wide range of MSc programmes at DTU or other universities or pursue a career internationally. Programme structure and content The programme’s first two semesters consist of mandatory courses. Emphasis is placed on the basic natural science courses mathematics, physics, and chemistry with a technical bias, and design/build projects. During the second and third semesters, you must also choose two of the four courses that introduce you to one of the study programme’s four areas of specialization. These will help you choose the direction for further specialization. Entry Requirements You can apply for the programme on the basis of a Danish qualifying exam, or an equivalent international exam. In addition to having a upper secondary education leaving exam, you must have specific levels in English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Students holding a Danish qualifying exam are required to have: English B Mathematics A Physics B and Chemistry B or Physics B and Biotechnology A or Geoscience A and Chemistry B Students holding an international qualifying exam are required to have levels equivalent to the above. Nordic students and holders of an IB please read these instructions. Students with other international exams can find the information in the Exambook made by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. English B corresponds to the testscores below: IELTS 6.5 TOEFL internet-based 88 TOEFL paper-based 573 TOEFL computer-based 230 Pearson 59 Cost & fees Higher education in Denmark is provided free of charge for all EU/EEA citizens and for students participating in an exchange programme. All other students have to pay tuition. Admission & deadlines If you hold a Danish qualifying exam: 15 March (quota 2) or 5 July (quota 1) If you hold an international qualifying exam: 15 March *Please note that all non-EU/EEA applicants are required to pay an application fee of €100 [-]

Bachelor in Supply Engineering

VIA University College
Campus Full time 7 semesters September 2017 Denmark Horsens

The bachelor programme in Supply Engineering is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English. If you would like to help solve problems relating to climate change, flooding caused by cloud bursts, clean drinking water supply, protection of groundwater and the development of the energy supply of the future, then the Supply Engineering degree programme is the right choice for you... [+]

Bachelor in Supply Engineering The bachelor programme in Supply Engineering is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English. If you would like to help solve problems relating to climate change, flooding caused by cloud bursts, clean drinking water supply, protection of groundwater and the development of the energy supply of the future, then the Supply Engineering degree programme is the right choice for you. As a graduate supply engineer, you can work in utility companies, consulting engineering firms, firms of contractors or in the public sector. You will have plenty of opportunities to work abroad, where the lack of clean water and wastewater processing is a growing global challenge that requires skilled engineers. The programme takes place at Campus Horsens. Content and Structure The programme is organised in seven semesters, and in all semesters you will work on a cross-disciplinary project that combines the different subjects taught during the semester in a final project. You will experience that your project work skills improve from one semester to the next. On the 5th semester of this programme, you will have the opportunity of gaining practical experience during a work placement period. On the 6th semester, you will choose a specialization will the 7th and last semester has been set aside for your final bachelor project on a topic of your choice. Specialisations Specialisation takes place during the sixth and seventh semesters of the degree programme. You can choose to specialise in one of the following three areas: Water Supply - You work with groundwater, water treatment, drinking water distribution and consumption. Waste Water - You work with wastewater from consumers, wastewater transportation, treatment plants, sludge and recipients. District Heating - You work with energy production, processes and technologies and the distribution of heating to the consumers. Once you have decided on your line of specialisation, you can choose between a number of electives relating to your specialisation, which you study in addition to the compulsory subjects. You can also choose a combination of the three lines of specialisations. In that case, no line of specialisation will be shown on your diploma, but you will have the opportunity to choose the subjects that interest you most. Admission Requirements VIA University College will accept applications from international students having at least 12 years of combined primary and secondary education awarding a diploma from an accredited secondary school. You must have mathematics at advanced level (corresponding to a Danish a-level), physics at intermediate level (corresponding to a Danish B-level) and chemistry at basic level (corresponding to a Danish C-level). In addition to your secondary school diploma, you must document your mathematics level by providing a translated version of the syllabus of your secondary school advanced level mathematics course. Duration and Price Start date: September 2016 Duration: 3.5 years Price: 46.000 EUR (Applicable in full to non-EU citizens) Campus/Place: Horsens [-]

Bachelor of Global Business Engineering

VIA University College
Campus Full time 4.5 years September 2017 Denmark Aarhus

4½-year Bachelor programme taught in English which prepares students for careers in business as well as industry. [+]

Brief Introduction Combine engineering and business to enhance your international career prospects! Global Business Engineering is a 4½-year full degree professional Bachelor of Engineering programme taught in English and set in a vibrant environment of Danish and international students. As a graduate, you will be able to combine knowledge of technical and business issues and have the global skills in language and communication necessary to work worldwide. This combination makes the Global Business Engineer truly unique. During studies, you will learn how to design and implement technical solutions and also how to market and sell products. Through market analyses, product development, etc., you will also learn about cultural factors that may influence the buyers’ behaviour. The programme is taught in English at Campus Horsens and at Campus Aarhus C. Content and Structure The attractiveness of the global business engineer rests on a unique blend of science & technology, economics & international marketing combined with languages & culture. The learning process covers theory in combination with a number of multidisciplinary projects to be carried out both individually as well as in groups. Theory lessons and classes will have a higher intensity at the beginning of each semester, whereas they later on tend to be more project-oriented. The duration of the study is nine semesters full time, including study exchange possibilities on the 5th semester and a work placement on the 7th semester in Denmark or abroad. The programme offers a combination of approximately two-thirds of engineering courses and one-third of business and language courses. You will study a number of core subjects and, depending on your wishes, various elective courses will allow you to create your own individual specialisation profile. The programme places a strong emphasis on science and technology in a unique combination with economics and marketing as well as languages and culture. Focus is on applied science combined with teamwork and project work. Specialisations You may choose from the following fields of specialisation: Global Business Development This profile focuses on the design and development of new business areas that meet customer requirements and make companies competitive as well as pro fitable at the same time. Innovation and Product Design The ability to innovate, to be creative and most importantly to transform innovative ideas into business advantages is the key focus of this specialisation. Information Technology and Production Management This profile is for you who take an interest in computers, electronics, the web, multimedia or software development as it provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to manage information systems. Intelligent Mechanics and Systems Developing intelligent products and systems is about integrating software, system development and machine techniques. You will study the latest technologies, robotics and satellite communication combined with business studies. Sustainable Energy You will learn about basic energy engineering, energy conservation, design of energy plants as well as renewable energy technologies. Admission Requirements Requirements for International Students: Upper Secondary School Examination Certificates and diplomas (please also send a copy of transcript of records translated to English). The International and the European Baccalaureates. The above certificates must provide evidence of English language proficiency corresponding to a Danish A level (advanced level, minimum of three years at upper secondary level) and a level in a second foreign language corresponding to a Danish C level (intermediate level, minimum of one year at upper secondary level). A minimum mathematics level corresponding to a Danish B level is recommended. If you are a non-Danish speaking international student, you may choose Danish as your second language instead of French/German/Spanish. This requires Danish lessons at "Sprogcenter Midt" from the 1st semester, as well as courses in a second language at the 3rd, 4th and 6th semesters at VIA. As for documentation of your current English language level we accept the TOEFL test, the TOEIC test, the IELTS test or the Cambridge ESOL test. You may also choose to sit for VIA University College's English Language Assessment Test (VIAT/e). Applicants who are native speakers or have proof of secondary school education from the UK, Australia, the USA, Canada and New Zealand are exempt from the English language admission requirements. [-]