Information and Communication Technology
A 3½-year Bachelor Programme in Information and Communication Technology
The programme includes a six-month compulsory internship with a company in Denmark or abroad. The programme starts September and February.
For the first four semesters you will follow a fixed programme including:
- Digital Signal Processing and Mathematics 1
- Object Oriented Programming
- Digital Electronics
- Digital Signal Processing and Mathematics 2
- Object Oriented Programming and Digital Electronics 2
- Digital Signal Processing and Mathematics 3
- Client Server Programming
- Computer Networks
- Interdisciplinary Project
- Data Structures and Algorithms using C++
Specialization in the fifth semester
In the 5th semester you choose a field of specialization according to your interests and future job plans. your specialization is defined through your choise of elective courses in the 5th semester, the host company for your internship in the 6th semester and the subject of your final project in the 7th semester.
The final project may be prepared at a company, often in co-operation with the company where you spent your internship. During the final project, you are expected to prove your ability to define an engineering problem, assess and apply the therory, scientific tools, working methods and skills you learned during the first three years of your study programe - and solve the problem!
Your specialization is defined through your choice of elective courses in the 5th semester, the host company for your internship in the 6th semester and the subject of your final project in the 7th semester
You may choose to specialize in:
- Mobile and wireless communication
- Mobile and wireless technology and economy
- Digital design
- Object oriented programming
- Computer Networks – administration and security
- Distributed systems
- Linear algebra and adaptive filters
You may also choose courses from other subject disciplines at Copenhagen University College of Engineering or other institutions in Denmark or abroad. You can apply for a credit transfer for courses passed outside Copenhagen University College of Engineering.
Sophisticated software is increasingly used to solve design problems. As a student in our programme, you will have access to these industry standard programs including for instance Computer Aided Design packages capable of 3-D modelling and Analysis.
The University College has a fully-equipped machine shop, supported
by highly trained technicians with extensive machining knowledge and
The workshop facilities have wood, metal, plastics and textile material processing capabilities. These include a machining workshop, fabrication facilities and a silversmithy. The College also has an electronics workshop for prototyping circuits. The computer-aided design and prototyping facilities include a three-axis router, milling machine and lathe as well as a state-of-the-art rapid prototyping facility and CNC.
If you wish to apply for the Bachelor Programme in Electronics and Computer Engineering, you will have to fill in the special KOT application form.
For students with EU/EEA Citizenship:
The application deadlines for students applying for full degree bachelor programmes in English have been extended from 15 March to 1 July. However, we advise students to send in their application as early as possible and preferably before 1 June.
For non EU/EEA students:
The application deadline for full degree bachelor programmes in English is 15 March for all full degree students from non-EU/EEA countries, whether they wish to start 1 September or 1 February.