The following bachelor degrees qualify for admission to the master’s programme in Urban Design (civilingeniør, cand.polyt. i urbant design), specializing in either Urban Architecture or Mobilities and Urban Studies:
- Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering (Architecture and Design) from AAU (bachelors with a legal claim for admission to a master’s programme in direct continuation of their bachelor studies)
- Bygningsdesign (bachelor), DTU
- Bygningsdesign (diplomingeniør), DTU
- By-, Energi- og Miljøplanlægning (bachelor), AAU
Applicants with an equivalent Danish or foreign degree at a similar level may be admitted subject to individual assessment by the study board. If your bachelor degree does not qualify directly for admission to the master’s programme, the Admissions Office will forward your application for approval by the relevant study board.
Further information on language, deadlines and entry requirements, please visit Applying as a master student.
See also the programme curriculum.
As the study board does not assess the basis for admission in advance, academic assessments are made only in relation to your concrete application for admission.
The Master's programme in Urban Design has restricted admission. The restricted admission means that not all applicants who apply on time and fulfil the admission requirements will be enrolled.
The programme expects to enroll 29 students.
Studies can be commenced only from 1 September.
SELECTION FOR ADMISSION IS BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
- The grade point average for the full bachelor programme or grades obtained on completed semesters of the bachelor programme at the time of assessment
- Relevant degrees (other than your BSc degree and minimum 30 ECTS)
- Relevant work experience (minimum 12 months)
- Other relevant courses in the subject area (other than your BSc degree and minimum 10 ECTS)
A legal claim for admission to a master’s programme applies for the next beginning of studies, and only for timely applications.