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MSc in Engineering (Bachelor's) programmes at Technical Sciences

The five-year MSc in Engineering programme is a research-based, technical, and academic programme, which starts with a three-year Bachelor's degree programme.

MSc in Engineering graduates can analyse complex issues and develop high-tech solutions, working in virtually all sectors where innovation and technology play a role. Graduates are specialists who push the limits of what is possible and help create tomorrow's solutions.

Technical Sciences provides the following MSc in Engineering (Bachelor's) programmes (only in Danish):

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.

MSc in Engineering - Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Engineering connects engineering and the healthcare sector. Some graduates work in development units at companies that produce medico technical equipment or develop health IT systems. Others work in the healthcare system or at research institutions. Ditte is development engineer at Cook Medical.
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.