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Education at Technical Sciences

Front runners in the technological revolution

Faculty of Technical Sciences provides education at the highest international level within the field of engineering and Agrobiology and food. Our highly competent graduates will contribute to solve some of the major challenges facing the globe - as front runners in the technological revolution.

All study programmes are developed in close collaboration with the business community and the public sector, and there is a high level of demand for our graduates, regardless of whether they are Bachelor of Engineering, MSc in Enginering, or graduates in Agrobiology and food.

On these pages, you can read about the study programmes at Technical Sciences, as well as be inspired to how our graduates can make a difference for your company, for society, and for the global development.

In the search box below, you can find the faculty's degree programmes and PhD programmes.

Career opportunities

Graduates from Technical Sciences are highly specialised and much-coveted labor that can contribute with new knowledge, new ideas, and new methods within your company's professional field. See examples of what our graduates are employed with below (choose English subtitles), or by visiting the career opportunities page.

Bachelor of Engineering - Electronics Graduates from Electronics primarily work with project management, product development, innovation, and design, e.g. in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, and digitisation. Many are employed in electronic and IT companies. Watch the film with Rune who develops medical equipment for space travel.
MSc in Engineering - Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering Graduates are typically employed in the food and pharmaceutical sector, at environmental research institutions, or within chemistry and molecular biology. All benefit from the graduates' extensive knowledge of development and optimisation. Meet Rene, Manager at Xergi, who makes biogas plants.
Agrobiology Agrobiologists typically work as consultants in agriculture and food, with research and product development, as teachers, or in public administration. Many students connect with the business community during their studies through company projects or student jobs. Meet Helle who works at Aarstiderne.