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Signal Processing and Acoustics, MSc in Engineering

Application and requirements

Students with a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering or equivalent can apply to the master's programme in Signal Processing and Acoustics at Aalborg University. Applicants with other bachelor's degrees (e.g. Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Media Technology, etc.) will be subject to individual evaluation. Proficiency in English is a prerequisite.

The following guest/exchange programmes qualify for the master's in Signal Processing and Acoustics:

STUDY START

  • 1st semester: September intake
  • 2nd semester: February intake
  • 3rd semester: September intake
  • 4th semester (Master's thesis): February intake

If you want to study the entire programme in Signal Processing and Acoustics, you must apply for the September intake.

For further information regarding deadlines and requirements please see the website How to apply to Aalborg University.

Official English language requirements

Applicants applying for Master's programmes at Aalborg University must submit results of an IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge test with the below mentioned minimum scores:

Danish B level in English compares to:

IELTS (academic test). 6.5 overall band score
TOEFL (internet-based): Minimum score: 85
Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency (CPE): 180 / level C1
Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): 180 / grade C
ECPE: Passed test including certificate

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Application Deadline

This programme only offers September intake. Deadline for applying is 1st March

You must apply digitally via the online application portal. Please read the application procedures before applying.

 

Application procedures

How to apply

When you apply for a Master's programme at Aalborg University, you have to use the Application Portal which is a national Danish digital application system in which the entire application process is handled.

Please note that some of the programmes offered may be subject to restricted admission. That means that the individual programmes may have a limited number of student places. Information on the programmes affected and the exact number of places offered will be available shortly when finally clarified.
 

Learn more about how to apply