|Aalborg University (AAU)||2 Years|
|Master (1 year) of Information and Communication Technologies (mICT)||Onsite|
Master’s graduates who have attended this programme will be able to work in the very front line when it comes to the development of the ICT industry. The cross-disciplinary profile addresses the growing need for ICT professionals who can combine knowledge from different areas:
- Internet, Communication and Broadcast Technologies and Converging Media
- Services and Platforms
- Development of User-friendly Applications, Solutions And Services
- Business Development and Business Models
- Security, Trust, Privacy; Legal and Ethical Aspects
- Organisational aspects of ICT.
About the Degree
The Master in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is an international Master’s programme at Aalborg University designed for you who work in the ICT industry and want to attend a Master’s programme outside of work. The courses are mainly given in the evening and during weekends.
EU/EEA citizens: €9,600 (2 x €4,800 (one-year full-time), 4 x €2,400 (two-year part-time), 6 X €1,600 (three-year part-time)).
Non-EU/EEA citizens: Fees will be announced later. Please stay updated at www.mict.aau.dk.
For Further Information
Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.
You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition
The rapid development in modern communication technology requires rapid development in acquiring skills for both individuals and companies. The mICT programme is an international multidisciplinary continuing engineering education programme that gives you the opportunity to develop your knowledge and your skills. The main disciplines covered in the education are: technology, applications and economy of ICT. Throughout education, there is a specific focus on three main academic areas:
- Networks and services
- Design and users
- Market and business.
The ICT programme is divided into three parts – three ‘trimesters’. Each trimester focuses on a specific theme. Each trimester consists of a number of courses and a project. The trimester project is as important as the courses. In the trimester project, knowledge acquired in the courses is applied to a specific case of your choice. In the Master’s thesis project, you focus on a specific problem by combining knowledge from the courses and projects. The total workload of the master’s programme equals one-year full-time university study, and the study activities are distributed over one or two or three years of part-time study.
A trimester in a:
- full time (one year) version of the education is equivalent to 4 months
- part-time (two years) version is equivalent to 8 months
- part-time (three years) version is equivalent to one year.
To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact University of Copenhagen directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition
See Details: https://studyindenmark.dk/study-options/tuition-fees-scholarships
Information Technology (IT)
You must have a good command of English, which at least must be equivalent to English level B (Danish high school level) or one of the minimum test scores from e.g. the TOEFL or IELTS tests. Read more about language requirements.
All degree programs and research activities at Aalborg University are problem and project-based and have an interdisciplinary focus.
Through the strong interplay between staff and students and intense collaboration with public and private sectors, we offer degree programs with a real-world approach and provide world-class research.
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Application date: Mar 01
Start date: Sep 01