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Technical University of Denmark

Anker Engelunds Vej 1 Bygning 101A Kgs. Lyngby View map
Denmark
#112
Public
Very High
9,265
2,171
2,565

Overview

Technical University of Denmark offers an international three-year English-taught BSc in General Engineering where you will ultimately learn to think and work as an engineer.

The study programme focuses on:
- the broad and general engineering competences.
- providing students with a solid grounding in mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
- work and study across disciplines to be able to apply them in solving actual problems.

Throughout the program students have the unique opportunity to work on design-build projects which are practice-oriented. Students also work on an interdisciplinary group project where they’ll propose an engineering solution to a specific problem from the real world. This ensures students become familiar with the engineering approach when it comes to solving problems which also teaches them to communicate and liaise with their group to find the best solutions in real-life settings – an essential element for engineers who wish to embark on a career on a global scale.
Please also note that spaces are limited with only 150 students admitted per academic intake.

Tuition fees

Tuition fee at Technical University of Denmark are €15,000 per academic year with payments made bi-annually at the beginning of each semester.
If you’re an international student who is an EU/EEA citizen, you are not required to pay any tuition fees. In most circumstances, non-EU/EEA citizens will be required to pay tuition fees should they choose to study at DTU. However, some non-EU/EEA citizens may be exempt. If you’re ensure as to whether you are required to pay tuition fees, you can find out by clicking here.
There are currently no scholarships, tuition fee waivers or any other forms of financial funding available at undergraduate level. For more information about tuition fees, visit the university’s website.

Entry requirements
You will need to fulfill the two sets of admissions requirements when applying to DTU:

1) The general admission requirement by having an upper secondary exam that equates a Danish upper secondary exam.
2) You must also have achieved certain grades in certain subjects.
3) Official proof of English proficiency.


Admissions process
To begin your application process, you must do so through the online application portal.


Please remember:
- to submit all necessary documentation, including your CV and personal statement (which must be written in English).
- if your high school diploma and college diploma are not in a Nordic language, English, German, Spanish or French, these should only be submitted once they’ve been translated into English by an authorized translator.
- If you’re a non-EU/EEA citizen, you will also need to submit a scanned copy of your passport.
- that all non-EU/EEA applicants must pay a one-off application fee of €100.


Programs available

Undergraduate - Faculties/Departments and Programs

University Highlights

Total students - 9,265

50%
50%

International students - 2,565

12%
88%

Total faculty staff - 2,171

1025
1146

Total students - 9,265

50%
50%

International students - 2,565

12%
88%

Total faculty staff - 2,171

1146
1025
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English language requirements

This institution accepts IELTS!
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Please check the specific English language requirements for your chosen course with the university.

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