On this website, you will find information about the Master in Management of Technology as well as obtain help with all the practicalities in connection with your study start.
Useful information – before you enroll
The total cost of the education is DKK 195.000.
The total price includes tuition fee and meals during teaching days in Odense (both are not subject to VAT), but it excludes expenses for materials, such as books, as well as transportation, accommodations, and meals before and after lessons.
Prices for single courses
Prices for single courses vary depending on the number of ECTS points:
- The price for a 5 ECTS course is DKK 18,000
- The price for a 2.5 ECTS course is DKK 9,000
Expenses not included in the tuition fees are:
Many teaching materials are freely available through SDU’s library, but you should also expect material expenses per subject such as books, compendiums, etc. In addition, there will be expenses for transport, consulting services, residential courses, or possibly overnight stays.
What does your payment cover?
The payment covers your participation for one time in the teaching as well as potentially three examination attempts, which are conducted as follows:
- The exam that follows immediately after the completion of the subject or course
- The associated re-examination in case you do not pass the first ordinary exam
- A second ordinary exam, which is held within one year of the first ordinary exam
- If you wish to enroll the course again, a renewed payment of 50% of the course’s / subject’s original price gives again access to the course. This is provided that the desired subject / module is created and that there are vacant places available
- If you are granted a fourth examination attempt by dispensation, the cost will be DKK 1.500
Especially for the Master Project
In connection with the master project, the payment covers one year of study and two potential examination attempts. On further attempts, a new payment of 50% of the original price will be charged. See further information about conditions for the master project in the subject description for your degree education.
Especially in case of irregularities during examination (exam misconduct)
If an assignment is rejected or a test is cancelled due to documented irregularities, the following payment will be charged if the student wishes to resume the education:
- For the master project, 50% of the original price is paid.
- For written or oral examinations, a fee of DKK 1.500 is charged per examination attempt without access to the teaching plan.
Payment is charged per semester with the following payment deadlines:
Subjects in the Spring: 31 December
Subjects in the Autumn: 31 July
NOTE: Remember to notify the Master Secretariat of any changes in payment, for example EAN-number, etc. This is to ensure that the invoice is sent correctly, so that you obtain access to both the teaching and the examination.
Reimbursement of Payment
Reimbursement of payment can take place in connection with written cancellation of the subject / module. The written cancellation needs to be received by the SDU’s Further Education and your Study Coordinator on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org prior to 31 August at the latest for Autumn courses or prior to 31 January for Spring courses. If you have attended residential courses, the price for this will be deducted prior to reimbursement.
Do you have foreign citizenship?
The University requires payment of full tuition fees from master students who reside in countries outside the EU/EEA. However, this does not apply for students with a permanent residence permit or temporary residence permit with the possibility of obtaining permanent residentship in Denmark. For further information, please contact SDU’s Further Education.
SDU’s General Terms and Conditions of Sale
For further information, please refer to SDU’s general terms and conditions of sale.
The payment due date of less than 30 days from invoice date can be expected in case of late registration or other conditions such as errors in, for example, the invoice address.
Classes expectedly begin:
Autumn subjects – Early September
Spring subjects – Early February
The teaching will take place primarily at Campus Odense with the exception of company visits on some of the individual courses.
Study Manual – after enrollment
For you to be ready for your studies, you need to have a Student Card. It is important that you upload a photo of yourself as soon as possible and order your Student Card.
You need to use the Student Card when you log on to SDU’s IT systems, for out-of-hours access to Campus, for accessing the Lounge, for printing on Campus, and as a Proof of Identity when you take the exams. Your exam number is also shown on the Student Card. The Student Card will be sent to your home address by post.
If you experience problems in ordering your Student Card, accessing the IT systems or should you lose your card, then please contact Servicedesk on telephone +45 65 50 29 90.
Your student mail is the official e-mail address used by the University when sending general information to all students. The Master Secretariat sends specific information, results of applications and deadlines to your student mail. It is, therefore, especially important that you frequently check the e-mail.
For personal data reasons, SDU also recommends that you use your student e-mail rather than your work mail for communication with the University.
Valuable information regarding the study, including teaching cancellations, can also be found on the individual subject’s website or ItsLearning.
As a student at SDU, it is important that you have access to many of the IT systems, including your SDU e-mail, course registration and SDU’s e-learning portal, ItsLearning. Once you have received your Student Card, you need to use your exam number to gain access to the IT systems.
You need to activate your user account so that you can obtain the username and password for the IT systems. An e-mail will be sent to you within a few days, advising you of the SDU’s IT facilities, including your personal SDU e-mail address. If you do not receive the e-mail within a week, or if you experience problems with login, etc., you can contact IT Service Support on email@example.com og telephone +45 65 50 29 90.
You can use your Student Card to gain access to SDU outside normal opening hours. The Student Card is activated by the doors, where you enter an optional four-digit password. You will be able to use your Student Card every time you need to enter the University outside opening hours.
Should you have problems with gaining access to SDU’s premises, please contact Technical Service on telephone +45 65 50 88 88.
SDU’s library is a public library that primarily functions as a knowledge centre for students and employees at SDU. The library provides access to books, journals, newspapers, microfilm, various electronic resources, and online databases.
As a student, you are automatically registered as a borrower. You can order and download the library’s materials and e-resources on the library’s website by using your SDU e-mail and password.
We refer to our Guide for Finding Electronic Articles, if you should have a need for help to find specific electronic articles mentioned in your syllabus.
You can benefit from the lib-guide Company and Market Information, where you will find easy access and short videos to relevant databases.
The library also offers courses in material search and assignment writing.
Academic Books sell books to students and staff at SDU. If you wish to purchase the whole collection of books for the semester, then please contact Academic Books on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students receive a 10% discount on relevant study books (not applicable to already discounted books). When compendiums are mentioned in the syllabuses, the material can only be purchased through Academic Books. There is no discount given on compendiums.
You can access all your subjects as well as your personal online space through ItsLearning.
You can on this page find guidance on how to use ItsLearning and what options are available on the e-learning platform.
There is free parking in all the parking areas at SDU, Campusvej, Odense. However, it is not free to park at Cortex Park nor by the Campus hostel. Please pay particular attention to the parking signs no matter where you park.
You can find the nearest parking space and premises on maps.sdu.dk or through the App.
There will be light refreshments available for the day of the teaching. This includes breakfast, lunch, and cake as well as water, coffee, and tea. In addition, there are other available choices of refreshments.
Read more about opening hours and menu on the website for the SDU’s canteen.
The Lounge is located next to the SDU’s main entrance and is a meeting place for further education students. You gain access to the Lounge by using your Student Card, which is scanned at the entrance to the Lounge.
You will be able to hang your coat, etc. in the Lounge as well as store your valuables in a cabinet. You are also welcomed to help yourself to a cup of coffee or tea.
It is also possible to join in group work in the rooms available. You will find meeting rooms and private booths on the lower floor. Here you can find peace and quiet before or after class. The Lounge is not only used for teaching and presentations, but also for exams.
To book one of the meeting rooms, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
An Academic Introduction – about Studying at a University
Your contact with SDU’s Study Board will only be necessary as and when there are individual, often personal, or extraordinary circumstances from which exemptions or changes must be made in respect of the general rules mentioned in the syllabus or in the course description.
The Study Board also ensures that your rights as a student are respected in relation to current legislation relating to the education. The Study Board is also responsible for the development and quality assurance of the academic content of the education.
As a student, you will have the opportunity to run for election and get elected as a member of the Study Board and thereby have a direct influence on matters affecting the master’s degree studies on the Social & Health Science faculty. You will hear more about this at the start of your studies.
Programme regulations of the study has been prepared by the Study Board and approved by a faculty. The syllabus regulates the course of your study and describes the rules, framework, competencies, etc. You can read more about the programme regulations on the study’s website.
The course descriptions are part of the programme regulations. The courses are described here in detail in relation to purpose, learning objectives, form of examination, etc. You can read about the course descriptions on the study’s website.
The study guide specifies where and when the teaching takes place. The study guide is published well in advance of the study´s commencement and is found on the website or ItsLearning. The study guide is a detailed description of the syllabus and literature for each teaching module. You will find the syllabus and the study guide for each subject on ItsLearning.
Should you have a need to find specific online articles that are mentioned in your syllabus, and need help, then please refer to SDU’s Guide for Finding Online Articles.
The teaching is arranged as a combination of lectures, dialogue, discussions, group work, etc. Both theoretical and practical perspectives will be included in all courses, and cases are used extensively. Moreover, in some of the courses, students will be taught also by means of simulations. The teaching can be supplemented by online activities and group assignments in between classes.
Supervision is offered to students doing the Technology Management Project and the Master Project and in some cases also in connection with other assignments. This will be stated in the individual course descriptions.
At the end of each semester, great emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the teaching. This takes place digitally. A link is sent to your student e-mail a few days prior to the end of each semester. The written evaluation may be supplemented by an oral evaluation during the last teaching session. The coordinator responsible for the subject draws up an action plan listing conditions that need to be improved for next time. This is discussed at Study Board level and used by the Head of Studies when next term’s planning starts. Response rates and overall student satisfaction with regards to teaching quality are published on the website.
All courses finish with an exam, which gives ECTS-credits. The examinations are either with or without censorship.
There is great variation in the types of examination. This ensures that there is an individual or varied assessment of the student. The type of examination is specified in each subject description.
Please refer to the Examination Page for more information, including information on how to avoid irregularities for the examination.