Electronics and Computer Engineering
The programme gives you insight into e.g. mathematics, physics, programming and system construction. Furthermore, you will participate in an internship for six month.
You will learn how to design and build electronic equipment as well as solve problems in connection with electronic, IT and data communication.
Name: Electronics and Computer Engineering
Type: Professional Bachelor's Programme
Duration: 3½ years
European transfer credits: 210 ECTS
About the Programme
In the Electronics and Computer Engineering programme, you learn to solve electronic, IT and data communication problems. Focus is not only on the technical solutions, but also on the needs of people.
You learn to design and build electronic equipment and electrical apparatus. You become familiar with the theories and methods that will enable you to develop electronic systems with the help of calculations and simulations as well as computer-based development programmes.
In addition to the subjects of mathematics and physics, you will study subjects such as:
- Analogue and Digital Electronics
- Circuit Technology
- Signal Processing
- System Construction
Teaching varies between lectures and project work. The programme includes a ½-year internship in a company.
Read more about Danish teaching methods at www.studyindenmark.dk.
Electronics and Computer Engineering can be studied as a:
- 3½ year bachelor degree programme (210 ECTS)
You also have the possibility to take single courses or subjects within the programme.
If you choose to complete the bachelor degree programme, you will graduate with the title Bachelor of Engineering.
You can study Electronics and Computer Engineering at Ingeniørhøjskolen i København in Copenhagen.
The general admission requirements for international students include one of the following international certificates: the Danish/French Baccalauréat (DFB), the European Baccalaureate (EB), the International Baccalaureate (IB), the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB) or another foreign qualifying examination certificate that can be equated with a Danish upper secondary school leaving certificate.
In addition, documentation may be required verifying your proficiency in English is at a specified level.
Contact the educational institution you wish to apply to for detailed information on entry requirements and required English proficiency levels.
To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate satifies the general entry requirements, see the Danish Agency for International Education.
The application deadline is March 15 for a course start in September. Admission is handled through The Danish Coordinated Application System. You can apply via optagelse.dk.
A few educational institutions offer a course start in February, where applications are sent directly to the institution. Contact the educational institution for detailed information on application deadlines.
Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.
There is a tuition fee for all full-degree students, unless you are a student from an EU/EEA country, or from Switzerland.
Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.
Contact the individual institution for more specific information.
An academic year is made up of two semesters, which begin around September 1 and February 1.
Danish Qualification framework
The programme is graded at level 6 in the Danish Qualification Framework for Lifelong Learning. The Qualification Framework contains levels 1-8 and defines the expected learning outcome of an education programme. Read more about Qualification Framework for Higher Education.
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