Tuition at the Faculty of Engineering
Get an overview of the tuition fee rates for full degree programmes at the Faculty of Engineering.
Engineering degree programmes of excellence taught in English with affordable tuition fees for non-EU citizens and no tuition fees for EU citizens.
The University of Southern Denmark offers a variety of Engineering programmes in English.
Enjoy a professional but informal student-teacher relationship. You study in teams, and carry out projects in collaboration with Danish industry, which will increase your chance to get a job in Denmark.
The engineering study programmes are located at our international campus in Sønderborg and in Odense.
Life in Denmark
The Danes are known to consistently be ranked as the happiest people on the planet. A cornerstone in the Danish welfare system are free and equal rights to benefits such as healthcare for all citizens.
Social life in Denmark
The offer of social activities is numerous and includes activities linked to the University of Southern Denmark as well as the local student environment.
To get the best chances of a place in one of the dormitories, you should apply before 1 May of the year you want to start your studies. Prices are approximately 260-500€ a month including heat, water, internet and, in most cases, electricity.
1 February: Master's degrees in autumn 2023 for non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens without a Danish residence permit
1 March: Master's degrees in autumn 2023 for Application deadline for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens and applicants with a Danish residence permit.
March 15, at 12 noon: All applicants with a foreign degree when applying for admission to a BSc in engineering or BEng programme. This includes applicants with an IB-degree.
Students in Denmark are expected to be engaged in their learning process. The independent nature of the university studies in Denmark presupposes that students show initiative and take responsibility in the planning of their studies and in keeping to their schedules.
The academic culture is built around a quite informal student-teacher relationship, where you are encouraged to ask questions, express your opinion, and take part in the academic discussion.