Data Interaction Cyber Programme
Joint e-learning programme with KAIST within the Digital Media Engineering MSc
The Data Interaction Cyber programme lets you obtain a deep understanding of the digital media technology
area. This is an area characterized by continuous change with a need for engineers who will not be constrained
by shifting technologies, but who have attained strong technical competences for developing novel types of
interaction between people and software.
Graduates from the Computer Science and Engineering programme, who wish to qualify for management
positions in research and development—–be it in industry or academia—–will need additional intensive and
solid research education. dtu.dk/cyber
MSC ENG PROGRAMMES Earth and Space Physics and Engineering
This programme provides you with competences within research and development of satellite, space-, aircraft-, and groundbased
measuring methods as well as mathematical and physical models for monitoring, mapping, and exploring large-scale
physical structures and processes on Earth and in the universe. The focus is on developing, designing, and applying innovative
and advanced technological solutions with a view to developing sustainable, advanced solutions for use in, e.g. climate and
environmental monitoring, the search for new resources, space exploration, or mapping and navigation on Earth.
Graduates are eligible for positions in areas such as environmental and climate monitoring, mapping, and navigation as well as
Earth and space exploration. dtu.dk/earth
Cold Climate Engineering
Joint Nordic Five Tech (N5T) programme within the Civil Engineering
and the Earth and Space Physics and Engineering MScs
The Nordic double degree MSc in Cold Climate Engineering is the first comprehensive master’s programme in cold climate
engineering in Europe, and gives the students a unique possibility to do field work and projects in Greenland or Svalbard.
The main focus of the joint programme is to give you a profound understanding of how the obtained specializations can
be applied in jobs as researchers, consulting or practising engineers in the Arctic.
Graduates are typically employed at consulting, design, surveying and construction companies, mining industry, oil
companies, governmental bodies, or at research institutes and universities that have activities related to the Arctic.
Your role may be that of chief executive, development manager, team manager, consultant, specialist, or researcher.
The MSc programme in Electrical Engineering allows you to engage in work at all levels—–including advanced theories, methods,
and components for practical systems and applications in, e.g. satellites, robots, and wind turbines. You will learn to understand
the theory and apply mathematical methods for designing or analysing problems within a given area.
With an MSc in Electrical Engineering, you can pursue a career in various production companies, for instance in a development
department, in areas such as electric power, audiology, medical electronics, mobile communication, radar technology, or
satellite communication. dtu.dk/een