Master of Problem Based Learning in Engineering and Science (MPBL)

Problem Based Learning in Engineering and Science

Problem Based Learning in Engineering and Science

The Master in Problem Based Learning is a fully online, highly interactive and flexible e-Learning programme for faculty staff at institutions which want to change to Problem Based Learning (PBL) – or for faculty staff who just are interested in learning more about PBL.

Change agent in the introduction of PBL

The overall aim of this Master’s program is to support participants in achieving competences that will allow them to act as change agents in the introduction of problem based and project organised learning at the level of a single course as well as the level of a curriculum or an institution within the context of engineering and science education, addressing diverse group of students.

The Master of Problem Based Learning in Engineering and Science (MPBL) is offered by UNESCO International Centre for Engineering Education - Centre for Problem Based Learning (UCPBL), which is hosted by the Faculties of Engineering, Science and Medicine at Aalborg University.

The program is a two year part-time study divided into 4 semesters.

You can read more about the MPBL programme here or on the MPBL website.

Facts

Master of Problem Based Learning in Engineering and Science (MPBL)

duration

  • Full Master: September 2017 - August 2019
  • Single semesters and courses: September - January or February - June

location

  • Online

ECTS

  • Full Master: 60
  • Single semesters: 15
  • Single courses: 5

tuition fees

  • Full Master: DKK 88,000 / EUR 11,800 / Non-EU citizens: EUR 14,060
  • Pr. semester: DKK 22,000 / EUR 2,950 / Non-EU citizens: EUR 3,515
  • Single courses (5 ECTS): DKK 8,000 / EUR 1,075 / Non-EU citizens: EUR 1,260
  • Other expenses

Application deadlines

  • Full Master: June 1, 2017
  • Single semesters:
    June 1 for fall semesters / December 1 for spring semesters
  • Single courses:
    June 1 for courses in the fall semesters / December 1 for courses in the spring semesters

We reserve the right to cancel the Master's Program as a consequence of an insufficient number of applications or other special circumstances. Furthermore, we reserve the right to change the tuition fee, dates etc.