|University of Southern Denmark (SDU)||3 Years|
|Bachelor of Science in Engineering||Onsite|
About the Programme
You will learn how to develop consumer electronics, amplifiers, and electronics for medical equipment and robots. You will learn about analogue and digital electronics, as well as the use of modelling and simulation tools as part of the development process. You will also learn how to develop advanced software skills to be ready to take on jobs in both Danish and foreign companies. As an engineer, you must able to cooperate with many different engineers and other stakeholders. Therefore, you should also be able to communicate your knowledge and results. During this degree, your skills teamwork and communication will be strengthened through your participation in project work.
The programme has the following semester structure:
1 Discover the Electronic Development Process
2 Build Industrial Electronics
3 Develop Intelligent Dynamic Electronic Systems
4 Develop Systems with Signal Processing and Power Electronics
5 Experts in Teams, Digital Interfacing and Reliable Systems
7 Final project
Typical jobs for mechatronics engineers:
– Development engineer
– Technical project manager
– Customer service/consultancy
– Project sales
– Research and Teaching
Example of a career: Poul Anders Thomsen, Development Engineer specialised in mechanics
As an Electronic Engineer, you will be able to design and develop electronic equipment for vehicles, industrial systems, energy control systems, and autonomous systems.
The Bachelor of Engineering – Mechatronics requires the Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate or the equivalent foreign qualifying examination.
Furthermore, you have to meet the following entry requirements:
•Mathematics – Danish A-level
•Physics – Danish B-level
•Chemistry – Danish C-level or Biotechnology – Danish A-level
•English – Danish B-level (English language requirement)
In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level.
Read about the language requirements of the University of Southern Denmark
English – Danish B-level (English language requirement)
The University of Southern Denmark welcomed the first students onto the campus in Odense in September 1966, and things have been developing by leaps and bounds ever since. We now have five faculties with more than 27,000 students, almost 20% of whom are from abroad, and more than 4,000 employees distributed across our main campus in Odense and regional campuses in Slagelse, Kolding, Esbjerg, and Sønderborg. Several international studies document that we conduct world-class research and are one of the top fifty young universities in the world.
Over the years, the University of Southern Denmark has interwoven many lives. The roughly five years in which a student invests in a university education will lay the groundwork for the rest of his or her life. And with around 115 different study programs in the fields of the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences, and engineering, graduates of the University of Southern Denmark are now members of virtually every profession in the international community.
Autumn – Non-EU/EEA/Nordic/Swiss citizens
Application date: Mar 15
Start date: Sep 01
Autumn – EU/EAA/Nordic/Swiss citizens
Application date: Mar 15S
tart date: Sep 01