Combining study and travel broadens your academic and personal horizons.
The experience equips you with outstanding qualifications and career prospects,
and allows you to establish a worldwide network of friends and future colleagues.
At DTU, we encourage all our students to spend a semester or two abroad, and
we invite students from all over the world to study at our University. DTU has 200
exchange partners around the globe and offers a substantial number of international
master’s programmes—the majority of which include joint international programmes
offered in collaboration with chosen alliance partners in academic areas where both
DTU has a number of close alliances with some of the highest ranking universities
in the Nordic countries, Europe, and Asia—providing you with the opportunity
to complete a unique international joint master’s programme.
The EuroTech Universities Alliance
Strategic alliance between leading technical universities in Europe: École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL in Switzerland), Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
(TU/e in the Netherlands), Technische Universität München (TUM in Germany),
and DTU (Denmark). The programmes are called 1:1 joint master’s programmes
because the students spend one year at each of the two relevant universities. You will
be awarded a single degree.
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Strategic partnership with the leading technical university in Korea: Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). The two universities collaborate on eleven
joint programmes and you receive a double degree—one from DTU and one from KAIST.
Nordic Master and Nordic Five Tech (N5T)
The Nordic master’s programmes are offered by a group of selected partners among
the finest universities in the Nordic countries. Five of the leading technical universities
have joined to form the strategic alliance Nordic Five Tech (N5T): Aalto University
(Aalto in Finland), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU in Norway),
Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers in Sweden), Royal Institute of Technology
(KTH in Sweden), and DTU (in Denmark). You are awarded a double degree—one from
DTU and one from the Nordic partner university.
Within the EU Erasmus programme, DTU collaborates on student exchange with
approximately 180 European universities. DTU is also involved in one Erasmus Mundus
elite master’s programme, where students will receive a double degree.