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What does the programme lead to?

Graduates become attractive partners for industry as well as for the research sector.

In the video below, you will meet José who has a degree in Mechatronics from SDU. He now works at Danfoss Power Solutions.

With a master degree in Mechatronics you are qualified for jobs as, for example:

  • Development engineer, e.g. with managerial responsibility 
  • Project manager 
  • Specialist in specific technologies 
  • Consultant or customer adviser 
  • Project salesperson 
  • Teacher 
  • Researcher at universities in Denmark or abroad 
  • Entrepreneur with your own company.

With this programme you are qualified for a job in Denmark or abroad and for studies at PhD level.

Words from professionals

Keeping several balls in the air
-The mechatronics engineer is the octopus who as a project manager will be able to keep several balls in the air simultaneously. The study programme is in line with the general development of society as well as with the direction where the LEGO Group is heading.
HR partner Peter Meineche, LEGO System A/S

Project Manager of the future
-We find the study programme really interesting, because we envision great opportunities for engineers who master multiple disciplines. Especially here at INFOCOM we can easily picture an engineer with a degree in mechatronics as a project manager.
CEO Bent Kristensen, INFOCOM A/S

Example of a career

Meet Yu Pan, who got a scholarship from Danfoss

Learning outcomes

What makes a graduate with an engineering degree in Mechatronics especially attractive to the labour market? Below is an overview of the competencies you will have once graduated: general engineering competencies as well as the special competencies you will acquire in Mechatronics.

Mød José who works at Danfoss Power Solutions