|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Tuition fee||€7,300.00 per semester
Information for Non-EU students: 4th semester € 6800
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Mathematics corresponding to a Danish level C (125 hours);
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
IELTS: 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in each of the subtests)
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
Submitting reference letters
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Applicants must verify subjects, hours of instruction (1 hour = 60 minutes) and grades during the final three years at upper secondary education by submitting this "verification form":http://www.goo.gl/olsN7f
As an AP Graduate in Automation Engineering you are well-prepared to join the business community where you can look for jobs in public utilities or industrial facilities that manufacture wind turbines or pumps.
Job and internship portal
UCN collaborates with Graduateland which is the company behind the largest job and internship portal in northern Europe. It is only intended for students and recent graduates. Via the link you can create a profile to get access to tens of thousands of internship and job offers in Denmark and abroad.
Higher and further education
As an AP Graduate of Automation Engineering, you can continue your studies on the Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Product Development and Integrative Technology at UCN.
About Product Development and Integrative Technology
The Product Development and Integrative Technology Programme or PDTI for short, takes 1.5 years to complete (3 semesters) and it is a top-up programme, aiming to give students competencies in the development of products and/or services.
The programme is innovative in the sense that it is the first and only study programme that not only focuses on the technical aspects of product development, but also on the student’s achievement of competencies to actively integrate specialisations from other occupations in their work.
Compulsory national curricular elements:
Technological tools, 1st academic year – 15 ECTS
Control and regulation technology, 1st and 2nd academic years – 10 ECTS
Configuration and programming, 1st and 2nd academic years – 10 ECTS
Network technology, 1st and 2nd academic years – 10 ECTS
Project development, 1st academic year – 5 ECTS
Innovation, 1st and 2nd academic years – 5 ECTS
Business understanding, 1st and 2nd academic years – 5 ECTS
Project management, 1st and 2nd academic years – 5 ECTS
Internship, 2nd academic year – 15 ECTS
Institutional curricular elements – elective elements at UCN:
25 ECTS in the 1st and 2nd academic years