To enter the Master’s Programme in Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning with specialisation in Environmental Management and Sustainability Science you must have a relevant bachelor degree. The bachelor in Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning at Aalborg University gives you direct access to the programme.
Other relevant bachelor degrees could be within engineering, surveying science, geography, biology or a corresponding education after specific assessment, e.g. within planning. However all applications for the master programme are evaluated individually and the relevance of the bachelor degree is assessed through this process.
You can study as a guest student at the first and/or second semester or as a master student following the entire two-year degree programme.
Students seeking to enrol in the programme must have the following qualifications:
A bachelor of science degree in engineering, geography or natural sciences.
For further information regarding deadlines and requirements please see the website How to apply to Aalborg University
All applications are evaluated individually. You can contact the master's programme secretary on this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlines for application
For the master's programme, we only have a September intake. Students seeking admission to the entire master's programme have the following deadline:
Students applying for the spring or autumn semester as a guest/exchange semester
Students seeking admission to master's programme as an international exchange student have the following deadlines:
1 April for the September intake
15 October for the February intake
For further information regarding deadlines and requirements please see this link: https://www.en.aau.dk/education/apply/exchange/
Applicants from AAU
If you are already enrolled at AAU, you can find information about admission to a master programme on the homepage of your faculty.
Please note that it is only possible to change your choice of specialization within the same study programme if you have not used any examination attempts and/or passed any modules on your original choice of specialisation. Additionally, there has to be free study places on the specialization you wish to switch to.