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

Seminars

Seminars

The Master programme starts every year September 1, given enough participants. The spring semester starts in the beginning of February.

SINGLE SEMESTERS

Semesters 1, 2, and 3 are offered as single semesters and participants are enrolled together with the master participants.

  • Duration: One semester (half a year)
  • ECTS points: 15

SINGLE COURSES

One of the courses from the Master's programme is also offered as a single course: the course "PBL Models, Facilitation and Blended Learning".

  • Duration: One semester
  • ECTS points: 5

Framework of the Program and Facilities

Framework of the Program and Facilities

The Master in Problem Based Learning (MPBL) is a fully online, highly interactive and flexible e-Learning programme.

The programme is a 2-year part-time problem based learning programme, exemplary for its own contents and delivered as on-line distance education. A semester in the MPBL programme includes a problem based project and one or two courses, the main study activity being the project.

Other Expenses

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees should be paid before study start and can be refunded up to study start.

other expenses

Please contact the study secretary to get information about other expenses apart from the tuition fee.

Facts

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

duration

  • Full Master: September 2019 - August 2021
  • 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 15, 2019
  • Single semesters and courses:
    - June 15 for fall semesters and courses
    - December 1 for spring semesters and courses

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.