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University of Denmark

The Technical University of Denmark, DTU Ballerup Campus.

Copenhagen University College of Engineering is the largest of its kind in Denmark. Since it was founded in 1881, the University College has greatly expanded its programmes and facilities. It is currently situated in attractive surroundings in Ballerup outside Copenhagen and commands 42.000 m² of functional and beautiful buildings designed by the PLH Architects.

The Copenhagen University College of Engineering is situated 15 km from the heart of Copenhagen. The University College is neighbor to a high-tech industrial area, which make it easy to cooperate with industrial companies. There are 2000 full time students, around 500 students from more than 40 countries studying degree programs or exchange programs taught in English. Another 500 students take evening classes to complete courses in continuing education.

The University College offers bachelor-level post-graduate courses through the Department of Continuing Education. Finally, the University College has an admission course for those who wish to attend engineering studies. The course is an introduction to engineering aimed at those with practical experience. We have a broad outlook, and the educational methods and tools are chosen so that they support an embracing and visionary study environment.

The courses consist of a combination of team-oriented instruction, project work in groups, traditional classes, excursions and experiments in scientific laboratories. The programs are taught by 100 faculty members with a masters or PhD degree in their field and they continuously develop their educational methods as well as the more technical aspects in order run “state of the art” programs.

At present we offer 10 Bachelor degree programs taught in Danish and 4 Bachelor degree programs taught in English. We have  4 one semester exchange programmes and 8-10 summer school courses taught in Danish and English. In cooperation with Aalborg University in Ballerup, we offer 2 Master degree programs. The relevant areas of research and education are: electronics and telecommunication, wireless technology, information and computer science, energy systems, automation and robotics.

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