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Bsc applied industrial electronics in Aalborg university

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Power electronics, electrical machines, instrumentation, automation and robots play key roles in our society today. With an education in Applied Industrial Electronics in Esbjerg you can help shape the development of these areas.The bachelor's programme in Applied Industrial Electronics equips you to work as an electronic engineer. In the programme, you will learn how power electronic converters and electrical machines function and how they are developed. For example, you can work with underwater robots or on how wind turbines are controlled.

Upper secondary school exam, Mathematics A with a minimum grade of 4,0 in average, Physics B or Geoscience A, Diploma (a copy) in the original language, diploma (a copy) translated into English and verified by your school. If you do not have a diploma at the time of applying, you must submit a preliminary diploma/school transcript translated into English and verified by your school, English proficiency documentation:IELTS (academic test): 6.5, TOEFL (internet-based): 88, C2 Proficiency (CPE): 180, C1 Advanced (CAE): 180, ECPE: Passed test including certificate, Grade sheets from the last three years of upper secondary school, Curricula for the specific entry requirement subjects translated into English and verified by your school, A copy of your passport, A copy of your residence permit if you are already staying in Denmark

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