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Urban Design, MSc in Engineering

Job and career

Job and career

The social need for graduates with a cross-disciplinary mobility profile, such as the one acquired through tThe MSc programme Urban Design with a specialization in Mobilities & Urban Studies at Aalborg University, is mainly found within public administration and institutions as well as private organisations, consultancies and consulting engineering firms working within the field of mobility, transport and city life.

Job in the Public Sector

In the public sector, on state and municipal levels alike, there is a demand for mobility graduates with skills to analyse and plan for new ways to organise social mobilities that are moving towards resource optimisation, sustainable mobilities systems and a more equal distribution of mobilities resources. State administrations and municipalities, thus, present significant public employment opportunities within the mobility profession.

Job in the private sector

In the private sector, there is a great need for knowledge, proficiencies and competencies related to working out technological and strategic mobilities solutions that are able to satisfy the increasing demand for mobility within new resource restrictions. Moreover, private NGOs and other organisations (e.g. within tourism) also offer employment opportunities. Large private logistics, transportation and tourism businesses are other options for a mobility professional. Finally, consulting engineering firms and consultancies will also require graduates with a Master’s degree in Mobilities and Urban Studies.

Academic research

Mobilities & Urban Studies at Aalborg University combines such skills as sociology, engineering and teamwork. This combination gives the student great opportunity to influence the career path he/she wish to follow. Also if this path features the desire to do mobility research.

Read more testimonials regarding Mobilities & Urban Studies at the local homepage of the Master’s programme.

 

Career guidance at AAU

The AAU Careers Centre can help you with your career planning and establishment of contacts in the business world.

Due to language barriers it can be difficult to find a relevant student job, and you cannot expect to get one. However, project collaboration can give you experience and network as well.
 

Learn more on the careers centre homepage