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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 campuses in Sønderborg and Odense.

Meet our international students

Meet Alexandra who studies Engineering, Innovation and Business, and who wants to create her own business. Nirdesh studies Mechatronics and has a dream of developing toys. He is motivated by the passion that is all around University of Southern Denmark to work for his dreams. João studies Mechanical Engineering. He wants to make an impact in the world and has always been passionate about space engineering.


International Engineering Programmes

The engineering programmes are located at our international campus in Sønderborg and in Odense.

Study Engineering in Sønderborg

Study Engineering in Odense


Life in Denmark

Denmark is a small country with a population of approximately 5,8 million. It is one of the three Scandinavian countries. You might have heard that Danes are some of the happiest people on the planet...


Accommodation and tuition

The University of Southern Denmark - in cooperation with the cities - offers cheap housing options for you. As a non-EU/EEA citizen applying for admission, you should expect to pay a tuition fee.


Application deadlines and how to apply

Not sure when and how to apply?

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.


Academic information

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.

Faculty of Engineering University of Southern Denmark

  • Campusvej 55
  • Odense M - 5230

Last Updated 11.08.2023