Being an international student at Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Masters programmes
15,000EUR / year

DTU offers more than 30 MSc Eng. programmes taught entirely in English, covering all research areas within engineering. The structure and content of the various programmes reflect DTU’s status as one of the highest ranking technical universities in Europe.

Through recommended study lines and focus areas, Joint International MSc programmes, Erasmus Mundus MSc programmes, and Honours programmes, DTU’s master’s programmes offer a broad range of curricula—from the highly specialized to a broader and more versatile educational profile. With hundreds of electives, DTU provides students with the widest possible choice.

 

The University is at the academic and multidisciplinary forefront of the technical and the natural sciences and works with the aim to create value for society. With close collaboration with industries and support for student startups, DTU creates a visible bridge between studies and your future career. The main campus is located in Greater Copenhagen, offering a rich student life close to both city and nature.

12.900 students are currently enrolled at DTU, of which 2.000 are fulltime MSc students with an international background. In this LIVE Webinar, you will hear from the staff about the international environment at DTU and what it is like being an international student in Denmark. In addition, you will be introduced to DTU as a university and get all the information you need to see how DTU can break new ground for you and change your future!

30,000 Euros (2 years) only applicable to non-EU/EEA

1. About the various MSc Engineering programmes DTU offers.

2. How to apply: Application procedure, admission criteria and deadlines.

4. About the international environment at DTU.

5. What it is like being an international student in Denmark.

  • Xenia Dam FrankAdmissions & Recruitment Manager
  • Trent CoelliInternational Student Advisor
BSc, B.Eng, Bachelors in Natural Science
Limited number of tuition fee waivers. Please join the webinar to find out more!
15th January (non-EU); 01 March (EU/EEA)
Autumn 2022