Service Systems Design, Master



On the third semester of the master's programme in Service Systems Design, you have the opportunity to carry out a project in collaboration with an external partner either in Denmark or abroad. You can collaborate with a company, a public institution or a professional organisation. You may also choose an exchange stay at another university in Denmark or abroad.

Students from Service Systems Design have collaborated with:

  • Robert Bosch Gmbh C/UX, Leonberg, Germany
  • VihTek, Glostrup Hospital, Glostrup, Denmark
  • RE:Public, Copenhagen
  • Green Tech Challenge IVS, Copenhagen
  • Namahn, Brussels
  • Zenit Design, Malmö
  • Yellow Window n.v. Belgium
  • Living IT Lab, Copenhagen
  • Kirt Thomsen aps, Copenhagen
  • Essense, Netherlands
  • Roche Diabetes Care, Germany
  • Kontrapunkt Group A/S, Copenhagen
  • KPH Projects, Copenhagen
  • Foopla, Copenhagen
  • Tenco AB, Mälmö
  • Green Tech Challenge IVS, Copenhagen
  • City of Turku: Welfare Division, Finland
  • Wolkswagen AG, Estonia

a Stay abroad helps your career

If you choose a stay abroad during your education, it may further your job seeking upon graduation. The industry seeks people with international experience, especially within engineering, and therefore, AAU focuses on stays abroad. We want to give you the best start possible when you have finished your studies.

At the master’s level, we give you the opportunity to take and an internship (in Denmark or abroad) or spend a semester abroad. We will assist you in finding the best place for you. AAU co-operates with many universities across the globe, and we have solid contacts and co-operations with industry with regards to both student projects and internships. Our students go to the US, Australia, Spain, Italy, Germany, England, Sweden, France, etc.

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Internship abroad

Study abroad

Did you know ...

Did you know ...

...that as a student at Aalborg University you have the opportunity of going abroad as an integrated part of many of AAU's programmes? 

Learn more on the webpage of AAU's International Office