During the three years of study, the student is exposed to relevant theories and practices of the intermediary aspects of artistic creativity, technological knowledge, and art theory. In the course of the study, various modules and courses focus on specific areas within Art and Technology such as spatial, auditive, physical and narrative art and design practices, as well as the contexts, history, and theories of Art and Technology.
The students attain theoretical knowledge and practical competencies that enable them to partake in the production of interactive installations and urban events, the capacity to apply and develop performance technologies, and design art-based research projects in cross-disciplinary teams.
As a Chemical Engineer, you will learn how to design, control and regulate chemical processes, and you will be able to use your knowledge to impact the world we live in.
Chemical and biotechnological processes are significant factors in today’s modern and technological society. You will study issues within analysis, production and control, regarding environment, energy, food safety and development of new materials.
By way of close contact to industrial partners, you will solve real life issues and you will learn how to apply academic knowledge in a creative and experimental way, in order to examine different potential solutions.
The bachelor program in Economics and Business Administration constitutes a broad, interdisciplinary and problem-oriented study program. The objective is to enable the student to identify and formulate problems related to business economics and subsequently to devise solutions which may support the management of the work of private and public organizations in relation to their internal and external surroundings.
Our strong links with industry mean that rigorous undergraduate academic study is combined with a real practical focus. The projects that you will undertake as part of your studies are based on Problem Based Learning, also known as ‘The Aalborg Model’. It requires from students to identify real-life problems faced by firms and implement a multidisciplinary approach in solving them. The integrated company project in the fifth semester of the course reflects the commitment of the programme to cohesive business-university interaction.
The Electronics and Computer Engineering programme at Aalborg University Esbjerg is a full bachelor’s programme offered in English. You will gain knowledge and insight into fundamental theories, methods and practical subjects within the fields of electronics and computer engineering, and they will be able to utilize up-to-date scientific methods, tools and techniques to analyze and solve complex real-time problems. Upon graduation, students are furthermore able to handle complex situations that arise in research and/or development related environments, and they can work independently as well as in collaboration with others across technical fields.
You will learn about analysis, design and construction of mechatronic systems such as robots, precision machinery, etc. Topics such as control engineering and operation systems and networks are also part of the curriculum.
As a bachelor student of IT, Communication and New Media (ITCOM) at Aalborg University Copenhagen, you will learn how to develop technical solutions in a market perspective with focus on user needs. You will learn about technologies for the future Internet and develop new applications for smartphones and other new media platforms.
With IT, Communication and New Media, you will obtain a very attractive profile including competences highly in demand by employers. You will have the opportunity to work with advanced information and communications technologies enabling new applications based on Internet, mobile and broadcast (radio & TV) platforms. You will gain a profound understanding of the technologies and their potential, and you will learn how to apply technology in practice through analysis and development of innovative services, applications and solutions targeting specific user needs.
Today’s global environment demands interdisciplinary knowledge of politics, history, culture and language. Understandings of methods in political science, history, sociology, cultural analysis, intercultural communications and quality English are essential to many public and private sector jobs. Language and International Studies, English (LISE) at Aalborg University prepares you to be an informed, ethical actor in relation to ranges of issues in international politics and culture. LISE prepares you to continue your education in a range of MA degrees – from degrees focusing on international culture and communications to degrees focusing on development, international relations and regional studies.
Tablets, 3D movies, music services, and online stores are all results of good ideas. But a good idea is not enough; you must also be able to produce it. Therefore, behind every new product lies an innovative and creative process of development and production where engineers, designers, and product developers cooperate closely in order to put together a product and service. They make sure that the functionality is first class, that everything works and looks like it is supposed to, and that the price is right. During the Bachelor’s programme in Manufacturing and Operations Engineering you will gain the great overview of how to produce a product or a service, and you will get solid insight into the relevant technology and management tools.
As a manufacturing and operations engineer, you have to have deep insight into aspects such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, management and business administration, and even aspects like product design and innovation are important. During the Bachelor’s programme, you will gain knowledge about the most relevant aspects, such as materials and processes, robotics, cloud computing, service-oriented architectures, data-mining, programming in general, project management, process management, supply chain management, and virtualization.
You will be able to work on a managing level as well as on a technological level. You will learn to communicate with product designers, and you will be able to translate their wishes into technological solutions as well as guiding the product designers towards design solutions that can be produced efficiently. Due to the close collaboration with companies, the programme will provide you with real-life and hands-on experiences.
Aalborg University is rated for excellence in the QS-ranking system. Aalborg University has received five stars certifying the world-class position of the university based on cutting-edge facilities and internationally renowned research and teaching faculty. Within Engineering and Technology, Aalborg University ranked as number 76 in 2015/2016.
Location: Aalborg and Copenhagen
Medialogy is about human-computer interaction, interaction design, media technology, programming, sound, computer graphics and sensor technology. If you are interested in the science and technology behind interactive digital media and if you would like to learn how to utilize and develop such technologies, Medialogy may be the right choice for you.
Medialogy combines technology and scientific experiments with focus on both hardware and software in designing new products and tools for use within media technology. The purpose of the programme is to educate students in technology and software development in the modern media and experience industry.
In creating and designing interactive systems for specific users, the connection between the various academic fields is one of the biggest challenges. Medialogy’s interdisciplinary structure demands a solid technical basis in both theory and practice, and as a student, you must be able to master and combine many different academic fields such as programming, interaction design, electronics, mathematics, human perception, design and analysis of scientific experiments, statistics and cinematography
If you are interested in robot programming, control systems and software, this bachelor’s programme may be of interest you. The new and unique programme in Robotics join together a range of subjects such as mechanics and production, electronics and it, computer vision, media technology and health science technology.
Robotics is a new, cross-disciplinary bachelor’s programme based on existing research environments. Aalborg University has established a robot research programme (robotics.aau.dk) which gathers research activities across the university. As a student, you will have access to state-of-the-art technologies and laboratories, and you will be taught by highly skilled professors from across the university.
The Robotics programme teaches you about the challenges faced by companies, engineering consultants and service- and research institutes in relation to the utilization of robots and automation, and you will become the person able to assist them in this matter.
You will learn to manage development-, analysis- and service tasks independently. As a graduate of a cross-disciplinary programme, you will also gain a special competence sought after by many employers – the ability to bridge gaps and co-operate with people from many different academic as well as professional fields.
Natural resources should be exploited in a smart way. The development of green technologies is a highly prioritized and rapidly growing area, which is fundamental for the development of a sustainable society.
Mineral oil still constitutes the most important source of liquid fuels, but it is also an important raw material for the production of plastics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals etc. Within one generation, we need to exploit alternative sustainable resources in order to compensate for the forthcoming depletion of mineral oil, but also to deal with greenhouse gases and the associated climate effects.
Biomass is assumed to be the most important replacement for oil as an industrial raw material. Oil refineries will be replaced by bio refineries, where the processes are based upon microorganisms, enzymes and chemical catalysis. The products are biofuels, biochemical for the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, and biologically active compounds.
Oil will be replaced by crop residues, algae, and industrial wastes from food production, which will be converted into the products. The current century has been considered the century of biology. Biological solutions are necessary to develop sustainable solutions to the many global challenges such as depletion of resources, climate changes, lifestyle diseases, food supply, etc.
By studying Sustainable Biotechnology at Aalborg University, you can help develop sustainable solutions to these challenges!
Mathematics is an essential tool in the Sustainable Biotechnology programme.
We strongly advice that you have an above average grade in mathematics when applying for this programme.