The General Study Counselling at SDU
For counselling in relation to the general rules and regulations and studying at SDU, please contact the General Study Counselling at SDU. They can offer counselling if you have doubts about whether it is the right study programme you are following, study technique, how to maintain or strengthen your motivation, leave of absence among other things. This is also where you should turn to if you need a talk about your well-being at the study programme.
Study programme specific counselling
For counselling on academic and study programme specific matters, e.g. application for exemption, credit transfer and study plans please contact your Programme coordinator.
However, some response time must be expected depending on the nature of the individual inquiry and during periods with many inquiries.
Looking for the right match?
If you are in doubt about which engineering programme matches your interests and competencies, or if you are in doubt about the choice between two or more engineering programmes, you can contact the coordinator for supervision at The Faculty of Engineering, Dorte Frølund Kromann at email@example.com.
For assistance with practical matters e.g. regarding your student card, IT, confirmation of enrolment in connection with student accommodation, please contact Student Services.
The Admissions office
If you have questions about admission requirements for study programmes at SDU or if you are in doubt of which programme to choose, please contact Admission on firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.sdu.dk/SPOC.
Admission course for the engineering programmes
(Please note that the admission course is offered in Danish only)
For counselling regarding enrolment to the faculty’s admission courses in Odense and Sønderborg please contact:
- Odense: Contact email@example.com. Please include phone number, and a programme secretary will contact you.
- Sønderborg: Contact Dorthe Wildt Nielsen: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need career guidance or help with your job search good help can be found with the university’s career counsellors.