Study in Denmark with Technical University Of Denmark
Technical University of Denmark is a public university which was established in the year 1829. The university is located in Kongens Lyngby, north of Copenhagen, Denmark and is ranked among Europe's leading engineering institutions. The university has three campuses Lyngby Campus (main campus), Ballerup Campus, and the Riso Campus.
Technical University of Denmark comprises twenty-six departments of education, some of them are: Department of Mathematics, Department of Photonics Engineering, Department of Micro-and Nanotechnology, Department of Transport, Department of Chemistry, Department of Electrical Engineering, and many more. The university also has around nineteen Research Centres, such as: Arctic Technology Centre, Center for Facilities Management, Center for Biological Sequence Analysis – chair Søren Brunak, Center for Information and Communication Technologies, Center for Microbial Biotechnology, Center for Phase Equilibria and Separation Processes, Center for Technology, Economics and Management, Center for Traffic and Transport, and many more.
Technical University of Denmark has more than 11,031 Students which include 7,197 Undergraduate students, 1,330 Doctoral students, 3,834 Graduate students, and 2,389 International students. The university has more than 2,003 Faculty members.
Technical University of Denmark provides scholarship opportunities to the students on the basis of academic excellence. The university has several student canteens, a library, a bookstore, and unique student facilities such as DTU Skylab. A student will also have access to Portalen and CampusNet. The University Library is a traditional library as well as a digital library and the Technical Information Centre of Denmark. The digital library gives access to millions of scientific articles and online e-books. In addition to the more classical library services, including textbook and reference collection, the library also offers excellent study and group facilities as well as a large database, lounge areas etc.
Notable Alumni: Henrik Pontoppidan (Nobel Prize winner in Literature), Harald Bohr (Olympic silver medalist), Ove Arup (founder of Arup Group)
Technical University Of Denmark Programs
Technical University Of Denmark Application Requirements
Technical University Of Denmark Cost of studies
Bachelors: 1,11,900 DKK
Masters: 1,11,900 DKK
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Technical University Of Denmark Deadlines
Bachelors: March 15
Masters: January 15
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.