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Master's programmes at Aalborg University

As an international student you can study for a master's degree at Aalborg University (AAU) within the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, technical sciences and health sciences. View a list of AAU's master's programmes below. 

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What is a master's programme?

A master's (MA) programme is a coherent education leading to a master's degree. It is also called a postgraduate programme, however, at AAU’s websites, you will mostly see the term “master’s programme”.

Admission for a master's programme requires a completed bachelor’s degree from either AAU or another university. Some master's programmes also admit students with a professional bachelor's degree.

International Masters (Joint Masters)

AAU offers international Master's programmes and double degree programmes where students will rotate between universities in Europe.

Successful graduates will receive a double or multiple degree award. The programmes are aimed at high ranking students.

NB: There is a tuition fee for all applicants. Often there is a possibility for scholarships.
 

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Get your Master's degree in China

SDC is a university partnership between Denmark and China. SDC’s activities include seven affiliated Master’s programmes:

Water and Environment, Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, Innovation Management, Public Management and Social Development, Nanoscience and Technology, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Life Science Engineering and Informatics.

These unique programmes set in an inspirational international environment prepare you for a career in a changing world. 

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the SDC programmes