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University College of Northern Denmark (UCN)

The University College of Northern Denmark is located in three cities, Hjørring, Thisted and Aalborg, and currently has about 10,000 students, 1,000 of which are international students.

The college offers a dynamic and informal study environment. Small seminars and group work activities are always part of the study programs. Students are empowered and are expected to develop a critical and analytical approach and play an active role. A Career Service assists students seeking internship placements and careers.

What you can study here

Architectural Technology and Construction Management

Do you see yourself developing, leading and managing large construction works? Are you dreaming of a career in the Danish or international construction industry?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

As a Bachelor of Architectural Technology and Construction Management, you will be an expert in planning, designing and coordinating building and construction projects. You will usually play a central role as project manager or site manager in a construction, engineering or architectural company. You will take part in the planning of construction projects from draft design to completed project design, and you will typically contribute e.g. technical calculations for constructions and project plans for the building.
During the course of the study programme, you will learn about construction, material selection, digital modelling and condition surveying as well as operating a business, project design and production and much more. You will also have the opportunity to specialise e.g. in energy and sustainability, management or digital construction.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Architectural Technology and Construction Management programme will give you a good starting point for working on different levels in businesses and organizations, the construction industry or in relation to it, depending on your own ambition and talent. Your primary role will often be to ensure cooperation and communication between architects and engineers in order for the construction process to proceed as planned. Through your education you will most likely have acquired some idea of what you would like to work with, where you want to work, and the demands that the industry has for future employees.
By the time you are ready for your final exam, you may already have a job waiting for you or at the least you will have made some contacts from your work placement or projects that you have done in cooperation with businesses in the industry. You will probably find your future job in one of the following types of companies:
  • Architectural company
  • Engineering company
  • Entrepreneurial company
  • Insurance company
  • Government agency
  • Building services company

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

1st and 2nd semesters:
Focus on study areas connected with overall planning and building of family houses as well as an emphasis on construction details, building materials and process planning.

3rd semester:
Focus on individual building components such as wood and concrete components for pre-fabricated buildings.

Upon completion of the first 1.5 years (3 semesters) of study, you can opt for either:
• An Academy Professional Degree (AP) in Building Technology; or
• A Professional Bachelor’s Degree (PBA) in Architectural Technology and Construction Management.
If you opt for an AP degree in Building Technology, you will work in the 4th semester on elective assignments and write a final degree project.
If you opt for a Bachelor degree in ATCM, the 4th and 5th semesters will include the following:
• Building and construction drawings
• Construction details
• Planning and management of the design and construction process
• Qualified choices of building materials for a specific multistory building project
• Conversion and renovation of older buildings
• Implementation and construction of industrial, sports buildings, etc.
The 5th semester will give you an option to study 2 weeks in Vietnam.

6th semester:
A full semester internship either in an architect or engineering practice or with a building contractor. The internship can take place in Denmark or abroad.

7th semester:
Consists of an elective assignment and a final
PBA degree project.


Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on
https://www.ucn.dk/english.



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Automation Engineering

Do you want to excel at state-of-the-art robotics? Are you enthusiastic about developing automation solutions of the future to make factories run more efficiently? Then read on! 

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

As a graduate of the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Automation Engineering, you will be able to create safe and innovative solutions for enterprises by developing and optimising their technical systems and automatic facilities.
You will be in charge of practical work, including but not limited to, installing, programming, commissioning, optimising and operating automatic systems in technical production and manufacturing environments.
The study programme will give you broad knowledge of the construction and optimization of technical control systems and automatic industrial facilities.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

As a graduate of Automation Engineering you can work in private and public development enterprises, industrial companies that produce e.g. wind turbines, pumps, robotic welding machines or flexible manufacturing systems (FMS). Your title will typically be project manager, installation manager, technical manager, programmer, PLC or SCADA programmer, SRO engineer or systems technician.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme is divided into four semesters.
Semesters from 1 to 3 cover compulsory educational components under the national and institutional curricula as well as elective ones.

The national curriculum consists of subjects within:
- Design and construction of automation units
- Integration of automatic units
- Systems design of automatic process and production lines
- Business-related subjects

The institutional curriculum includes subjects within:
- Control Technology, configuration and programming 
- Mechanical and physical modelling
- Electro-technical system design and project development
- Innovation
- Configuration, programming, operator interface and communication
- Communications technology, data processing and data exchange
- Optimisation, monitoring and operator interface
- Business knowledge

Electives may be:
- Databases
- Robotics technology
- Optimisation
- High-level programming
- Knowledge technology
- Wireless technologies

Semester 4 is devoted to:
• A three month internship
• A final AP degree project

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Computer Science

Are you dreaming of a future as a software developer or software architect? As a graduate of Computer Science you can design IT systems, program computer systems and work with databases and much more.

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

During the course of the study programme, you will gain an insight into the programming and creation of IT systems. You will also learn how to program in Java and C# as well as design databases that meet the requirements for good database design. At the same time, you will acquire an understanding of how an enterprise works and how new IT systems can be introduced into an enterprise. Toward the end of your studies, you will get an opportunity to deepen your competencies in a specific area, for instance in game or software development for mobile platforms.

After completion of the Computer Science programme, you can also choose to extend your studies by 1.5 years at UCN, earning a Professional Bachelor's Degree (PBA) in Software Development or Web Development.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

With an AP Degree in Computer Science some of your future job titles could be e.g. IT System specialist, Project manager, Software designer, Software engineer, System administrator, System consultant, System developer, Web designer, Webmaster.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The course consists of 5 semesters, which equal a total of 150 ECTS credits in the European Credit Transfer System.

Compulsory subjects, semesters 1 to 3:
Programming
• System development
Technology
• Business
Specialized part semester 4:
• Electives (may vary from year to year based on student suggestions and new trends).
Semester 5:
• Internship in Denmark or abroad
• Final AP degree project

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.


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Design, Technology and Business

Do you want to work in graphic design and marketing?

The Academy Profession Degree Programme in Design, Technology and Business is your chance to build on your creative talents and develop your graphic expertise while gaining an insight into the entire process from idea to finished product. The programme combines practical work using graphic design software and aesthetic understanding of design processes and gives insight intoall the necessary steps - from early ideas to final production. You will gain knowledge and skills in strategic thinking and production processes for print and digital media. The first six months of the prgogramme cover design, technology and business. After this you will continue on the graphics specialisation. 

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The programme consist of three main elements:

- The practical part. You will gain skills in graphic design programs:
• Illustrator
• Photoshop
• InDesign

- The creative/aesthetical part. You will gain competences in the design process:
• From idea to finished product

- The organizational part. You will gain relevant business knowledge about:
• Businesses
• Commerce
• Communication

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The programme equips you to independently plan and carry out processes and tasks in business areas concerning graphic design and communication. For this reason, your job opportunities with an AP degree in Design, Technology and Business (Graphics) are waiting for you within:
  • Editorial and advertising
  • Graphic design
  • Illustration
  • Marketing departments
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Print houses
  • Web-companies

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme consists of 4 semesters worth a total of 120 ECTS credits under the European Credit Transfer System.

1st semester:
• Design 
process, value philosophy, aesthetics
• Business
• Technology

2nd semester:
• Design process, visual communication, trend and sociology


3rd semester:
• Design and branding
• Entrepreneurship 
• Graphic Merchandising 

4th semester:
• The three month internship in Denmark or abroad
• Final AP degree project

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on
https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Digital Concept Development

Would you like to qualify yourself to work on digital platforms at a strategi cand practical level? Do you want to learn more about user-driven innovationand user experiences on the web?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The 1.5-year full-time Bachelor’s degree programme in Digital Concept Development functions as a bridging programmeto the Design, Technology & Business as well as Multimedia Design & Communication and Computer Science programmes.The programme will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the strategic, creative and business-oriented aspects of digital concept development. You will learn about technical requirements for ensuring that your concepts actually make avaluable difference for the client and the users. You will learn to develop digital concepts that combine various professional disciplines such as commerce, design, user understanding,communication, marketing, business models, technology, and project management.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

A Bachelor’s degree in Digital Concept Development enables you to understand and work with the complexity and diverse possibilities of current technologies in relation to a given group of users and their needs and also to identify the needs of companies with a relation to this field. It provides you with a strong profile to under take professions such as:
• Concept developer in companies within the industry of digital media, advertising, design or web
• Digital marketing/Digital communications manager in major companies
• Cross-media manager in large companies
• Project manager in development and execution of digital concepts in companies within the industry of digital media,advertising, design or web
• E-shop manager
• Entrepreneur or freelancer within digital commerce, digital design as well as digital communication and marketing 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme comprises 3 semesters and consists of mandatory as well as elective subjects where you can specialise according to your future plans. In the 1st semester,you have 5 mandatory courses,and in the 2nd semester you have 2 mandatory courses and you must choose between 2 electives.The final semester contains an internship as well as the concluding bachelor’s project.

1st semester - mandatory subjects:
• Concept and business development
• Project management A
• User surveys and methodology
• Understanding technology
• Theory of science

2nd semester - mandatory subjects:
• Communication and marketing
• Project management B

2nd semester – electives:
• Digital commerce
•Digital design

3rd semester:
• Internship in Denmark or abroad
• Bachelor’s project

Project groups will develop digital concepts along side their lessons in the respective subjects.

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.



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Export and Technology Management

Do you want the world as your workplace? Do you want to work with export on the global market? Then this is the programme for you!

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

More and more companies operate internationally, and there is an increasing demand for competent employees with an insight into the global export market. With the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Export and Technology Management, you will be well-prepared for the future. The programme has a strong international focus and includes technical as well as mercantile subjects. Our primary focus is where businesses and customers meet. You will become a specialist in the sale and service of technical products and solutions. You will learn to prepare sales and marketing plans targeted at different customer groups in the global market. Furthermore, you will gain an insight into different types of businesses, production planning, cultural differences and entrepreneurship. 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

As a Bachelor of Export and Technology Management, you may find employment in Danish and international companies. Examples of job titles could be export consultant, logistics consultant, product consultant or procurement officer. In the long term, you can also work towards becoming an export manager, product manager or procurement manager.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

During the course of your education you will be introduced to the following disciplines:
  • Technology: Product development, production processes, materials, construction, design and project management 
  • Sales: Industrial export, marketing, foreign trade, shipping / transportation and innovation 
  • Communication: Foreign languages, cultural understanding and negotiation techniques
Each semester has its disciplinary focus:

Semester 1: The business foundation of a company
Semester 2: Market understanding
Semester 3: Planning a market strategy 
Semester 4: Market and client relations
Semester 5: The selling organisation
Semester 6: Internship
Semester 7: Specialisation and bachelor project

Furthermore, each semester has a specific industry focus such as the iron and metal industry, the plastic industry, the IT and electronics industry and the timber and furniture industry.

During your internship you will be able to test your theoretical skills in practice.

During semester 7 you will have the opportunity to specialise within one or more of the subjects you have been introduced to over the first 5 semesters or during your internship. On this semester you will also write your bachelor project.

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.


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International Hospitality Management

Are you dreaming of an international career in the hospitality industry?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of Academy Profession Degree Programmes in Marketing Management or Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management. The top-up programme earns you a bachelor's degree in International Hospitality Mangement with only 1½ years of additional study.The programme will provide you with the competences to work in day-to-day operations, development, administration and management in an international work environment in the hospitality industry. A specialisation period will allow you to focus more deeply on either tourism, the hotel and restaurant industry or experience economy. You will learn about management, strategy, economics, cultural awareness and customer relations. You will be provided with the tools to develop new markets and concepts, achieve an understanding of a company’s strategic challenges as well as the ability to handle the practical implementation and operation of a company strategy. For Danish students, the first semester will be taught in Danish, before the programme continues taught fully in English from the second semester. For international students, all semesters are fully taught in English. This means that Danish and international students study together from the second semester, giving you valuable intercultural competences as well as an international network.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

As a Bachelor of International Hospitality Management, you may find employment as resort manager, marketing coordinator, destination manager, sales manager, etc.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme is based on a number of national and local subject elements that together make up the study programme.The national and local subject elements have been divided into themes, local subject element and electives, each containing different subjects.
Semester 1
  • Theme 1: Employee and organization development (12 ECTS)
  • Theme 2: Business operations (13 ECTS)
  • Local subject element: Employability (5 ECTS)
Semester 2: 
  • Theme 1: Employee and organization development (12 ECTS)
  • Theme 2: Business operations (13 ECTS)
  • Local subject element: Employability (5 ECTS)
Semester 3: 
  • Internship
  • Bachelor’s degree project
Compulsory national and local subject elements:
  • Management and organization
  • Economics
  • Culture and guest understanding
  • Hostmanship
  • Strategy
  • Methodology
  • Law
  • Sales and marketing

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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International Sales and Marketing

Are you passionate about top-level international sales and marketing? Do you see yourself working in a global enterprise?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Marketing Management. The top-up programme earns you a bachelor's degree in International Sales and Marketing with only 1½ years of additional study. In this programme, you will gain insight and understanding of the various factors that significantly influence the sales of goods and services in Denmark and on an international scale. You will learn about what underlies a company’s sales and business development from an international perspective. You will also acquire knowledge of marketing, logistics, law, management and economics. Furthermore, the programme includes elective components, which means that you will have an influence on the shaping of your professional profile. As a Bachelor of International Sales and Marketing, you may find employment in Denmark as well as abroad.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Examples of job titles could be project manager, sales coordinator, key account manager or marketing coordinator. In the long term, you can also work towards becoming a marketing manager, sales manager or export manager.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Semester 1: On this semester you will study the following subjects:
  • The customer as the starting point
  • Industry and competitors  
  • Innovation
Furthermore, you will also study methodology and theory of science.

Semester 2: The themes on this semester are:
  • Developing the sales base
  • The tactical and operational sales performance
  • Implementation and follow-up
Furthermore you will follow one elective under the supervision of UCN lecturers.

Semester 3: You will go on an 3-month internship in a company in Denmark or abroad. This will give you the opportunity to try out theory in practice. The semester is concluded with a bachelor project based on a practise-oriented problem and prepared in collaboration with a relevant company or business.


Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on
https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Marketing Management

Do you want to work in marketing and sales? Do you want to improve, strengthen and develop company marketing strategies?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

As an AP Graduate in Marketing Management, you will become a specialist in working systematically with company marketing. You will be skilled at analysing, planning and organising marketing activities. During your studies, you will acquire knowledge about different cultures, communication forms and socioeconomic conditions, and you will learn to analyse various types of businesses and markets, which in turn will enable you to prepare marketing solutions for companies in Denmark as well as abroad.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

AP Graduates in Marketing Mangement find employment in Danish and international companies and organisations. They work as e.g. marketing consultants, advertising assistants, project managers, key account assistants, HR assistants and procurement assistants.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The first 3 semesters take place at UCN in Denmark and consist of compulsory and elective subjects. In the programme’s 4th semester you will do an internship at a company of your choice in Denmark or abroad.Lastly, a final project is to be written in order to complete the programme. This is to be made in close collaboration with a specific company, and could be the same company where you did your internship during the specialisation period.

From 1st to 3rd semester you will work with different themes, these themes are interdisciplinary:
• Business understanding
• Methodology
• Market understanding
• Tactical and operational marketing B2C
• Tactical and operational marketing B2B
• Internationalisation


Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.

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Multimedia Design

Is working with digital media your passion? Do you want to create the websites, apps and multimedia solutions of the future?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

As an AP Graduate in Multimedia Design, you can single-handedly design, plan, implement and manage multimedia tasks. You will be able to produce digital user interfaces, primarily within the context of websites, by doing thorough user research, understand how digitisation affects businesses and users, create rich and user-friendly interfaces and code and programme functionality.
In the programme you will work within five subject areas: user interface development, user experiences, content production, business and technology. You will learn to bridge the gap between technical, problem solving and creative skills through management of development processes.
You can choose to extend your studies by 1.5 years with a top-up degree at UCN, earning a Professional Bachelor's Degree (PBA) in Web Development or Digital Concept Development.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The programme enables you to independently plan and carry out processes and tasks in multimedia productions, from strategy and target analysis, planning of information architecture through design of digital user interfaces to the programming of the end result published on the internet.
Career options include professions as:
  • Frontend developer
  • Web designer
  • UX designer
  • Digital Concept developer
  • UX researcher
  • App developer
  • Interaction designer
  • Entrepreneur

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

1ST SEMESTER (30 ECTS)
  • Design and programming of digital user interfaces 1 (15 ECTS)
  • Design and programming of digital content 1 (15 ECTS)
2ND SEMESTER (30 ECTS)
  • Design and programming of digital user interfaces 2 (15 ECTS)
  • Design and programming of digital content 2 (15 ECTS)
3RD SEMESTER (30 ECTS)
  • User interface development and technology (10 ECTS)
  • Business and content production (5 ECTS)
  • User experiences and technology (5 ECTS)
  • Elective (10 ECTS)
During the 3rd semester you must choose between two elective components. Both electives are offered in English. 4TH SEMESTER (30 ECTS)
  • Internship (15 ECTS)
  • Final degree project (15 ECTS)

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on
https://www.ucn.dk/english.

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Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management

Do you want to create memorable experiences for others by developing, planning and delivering professional services?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The Academy Profession Degree Programme in Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management gives you the competences to to work in development, management and marketing of services within one of three specialisation paths: tourism; hotel and restaurant; or sport and event management. It will help you develop your communicative, intercultural and personal competencies to gain knowledge and understanding of the cultural and social conditions that affect the industry. The programme is practice-oriented, and the knowledge you acquire in the course of the study programme is closely connected to real-life situations. This connection is supported by the internship taking place in a relevant business in Denmark or abroad on completion of the first academic year.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Academy Profession Degree Programme in Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management opens the door to a broad range of job opportunities in the service industry, such as at hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and amusement parks, event management agencies as well as holiday and conference centres, sport clubs and associations.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The Service Hospitality and Tourism Management programme is a 2-year full-time study programme worth 120 ECTS credits and which covers the following:
  • A common part featuring compulsory course units
  • An elective part which allows you to specialise (specialisation)
  • An internship
  • A final exam project based on a problem identified during your internship.
The programme is based on interconnected themes that form the study programme. Below you can see the themes that relate to each semester. Each theme features compulsory common course units relating to that particular theme.

THEMES

Semester 1: Service and experiences
Semester 2: Strategy and markets
Semester 3: Internship, development and business
Semester 4: Development and business 

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Software Development

Do you want to be a specialist in IT architecture? Are you passionate about designing and developing software?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Computer Science. This programme will give you in-depth understanding and knowledge of the technical and theoretical aspects of software development. You will learn to use different database types and how to develop existing systems further.
The programme includes subjects such as database types, the role of contracts in the system development process, methods and tools for integration between systems, project management, distributed design and development, configuration and release management as well as test models and test planning.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Software Developers typically go for jobs as system developers, software architects and project managers of large-scale IT projects in Denmark and abroad. Your job opportunities could be:
• IT consultant
• Programmer
• Project manager
• Software engineer
• Systems constructor
• Systems designer
• Systems developer
• Systems planner
• Web developer

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme consists of 4 national subject elements (40 ECTS) 4 local subject element/elective subjects (20 ECTS) during the first 2 semesters.   The last and final third semester covers an internship and the final bachelor project.

NATIONAL SUBJECT ELEMENTS
  • Databases for developers
  • Test
  • Systemintegration
  • Development of large scale systems
INSTITUTIONAL SUBJECT ELEMENTS
  • Discret ma
  • Investigation and professional comminication
  • Security for developers
EXAMPLES OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
  • Individual study
  • Syntax and Semantics
There will be different kinds of exams, e.g. project, oral and written exams.

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Sport Management

Are you dreaming of a career in the sport, event and leisure industry?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Marketing Management, or Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management. The top-up programme earns you a bachelor's degree in Sport Management with only 1½ years of additional study. The programme is also intended for people with relevant experience and a background in the industry. As a Bachelor of Sport Management, you will have a thorough understanding of the commercial mechanisms in the sport, event and leisure industry. The programme covers the following subjects: academic methods and research in sport, sport marketing, sport management, sport law and sport economics.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
On graduation, you will be able to find employment in various businesses and organisations in the sport, event and leisure industry. You might work as a project manager, event coordinator, administrator, marketing coordinator, consultant, etc.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Semester 1: This semester focuses on professional business practices in the sport industry.This includes a thorough insight into:
  • The sports industry and its context 
  • Methodology and research in sports
  • Sport marketing 
  • Sport management
Furthermore, this semester features two selected themes where students will work within new areas, trends or similar subjects related to the sport management trade.

Semester 2: 
This semester builds on the knowledge of some of the subjects of semester 1 and adds an extra higher-level dimension to them.Semester 2 will focus on:
  • Events
  • Mass sport
This includes a thorough insight into the following academic fields:
  • Sport law (sport contracts / risk management)
  • Sport economics
  • Sport management
  • Sport marketing
Similar to semester 1 the students will work on themes during semester 2. As the other themes, the contents of this theme are decided on depending on what is going on in the business at the time.

Semester 3: The final semester is made up of an internship and bachelor project. The internship allows you to try out the theory and methodologies that you have learnt through practical solving of tasks in a sport event or leisure company or organisation in Denmark or abroad. This is your opportunity for further immersion into a subject before you finalise your education with your bachelor project.

Similar to the internship, the bachelor project is your chance to show your achieved competencies in methodology, analysis and theory related to a sport event and leisure company or organisation in Denmark or abroad. 

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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Web Development

Do you want to be at the leading edge of web development? Do you want to be an expert in media, applications and platforms?

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of the Academy Profession Degree Programmes in Multimedia Design or Computer Science. The top-up programme earns you a bachelor's degree in Web Development with only 1.5 years of additional study. 
The programme will give you the competencies to work with the construction of modern web applications. You will learn to work with modern web technologies and coding practices throughout the development process. As part of your studies, you will also work with database and deployment technologies and with the development process from a design perspective.
As a Bachelor of Web Development, you will have skills and knowledge within web in a broad sense, both desktop, mobile etc. and you will find exciting employment opportunities within a rapidly growing industry. 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


After graduation plenty of exciting career opportunities will be available to you. Career opportunities within the IT business could be:
  • Consultancies or software businesses within the web or IT businesses
  • Internal development departments in companies and businesses of any size
After a few years’ employment, you will be able to handle overall functions in connection with planning and creating architecture for complicated web systems. Furthermore, you will also be able to pursue a career as an independent consultant.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

It consists of 6 course modules, 3 core modules, 1 bridge module and two elective modules over the first two semesters. The last semester consists of an internship and the final exam project.

Course modules on the 1st and 2nd semesters

The 1st and 2nd semester course modules are as follows:
CORE MODULES
  • Databases
  • Development Environments
  • Interface Design
BRIDGING MODULE
  • Back-end Programming (for Multimedia)
  • Front-end Programming (for Computer science)
ELECTIVE MODULE
  • Individual study
  • Service and security
  • Workshops within Gamification, Frontend Frameworks, Academic Writing etc.
There will be both project and oral exams. 

Read more about the admission requirements and how to apply on https://www.ucn.dk/english.
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