The Student Guidance is there for you. Send us an or call us at 4480 5000, and we will answer your questions.
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hours and contact information for the individual education guidance
It is also possible to talk to the social worker at Copenhagen University College of Engineering at the Student Counselling Service.
The Student and Career Guidance Service at Copenhagen University College of Engineering can help you with information and guidance. You are always welcome to contact the central student guidance service if you have any questions regarding entry to one of our engineering programmes. We also have student counsellors at all our study programmes, and together we can help you with:
- The content and organisation of the study programmes and possibilities of studying abroad for part of the programme.
- Admission and admission requirements to the individual study programmes bases on a upper secondary education, an Academy of Professional higher education programme or a completed Foundation Course.
- Admission requirements at Foundation Course based on the tenth form Advanced Leaving Examination in arithmetic/mathematics and physics/chemistry or science subjects as well as the Leaving Examination of the Folkeskole. The requirement includes two years’ work experience.
- Admission based on a foreign examination
- Credit transfer based on previously completed higher education. Please contact the relevant education guidance counsellor.
- Continued and further education and training after a completed bachelor of engineering
- Career after graduation
It is also possible to have a competence and career assessment for instance in connection with a personal action plan.
Should you have a special need or guidance which is not listed in the above, you are always welcome to contact the .
The Student Guidance Service at Copenhagen University College of Engineering is organised in a way that the central student counsellor has the responsibility for guidance in all questions concerning admission.
Should you have any questions about study conditions or the planning of your programme, then you can contact the educational guidance counsellors and student counsellors at your programme.
The education guidance counsellors
The education guidance counsellors have great knowledge of the individual study programme and also teach there. They can help you with conditions at and planning of you programmes such as credit transfer, academic and study programme questions.
The student counsellors
The student counsellors are students at the programmes and consequently know many of the problems you may encounter as a student. This may be study technique, curricula, motivation, living arrangements, internship, career possibilities and much more. They may not be able to give you the ‘right’ answer, but they can ask you the right questions – and know where you can get additional help.
All student counsellors are obliged to maintain confidentiality. This means no information is given to a third party without your consent. The exception being exam cheating.
If you experience unusual economic problems in connection with you admission and completion of a study programme at Copenhagen University College of Engineering, then you can see a who can help you have an overview of your economic situation as a student.
Other examples of issues you can talk with the social worker about:
- To dare stand up and speak in presentations
- Fear of examinations written or oral
- Loneliness and contact problems
- Group work
- Chaos and confusion
- Concentration problems
- Sadness and depression
- Self-confidence and self-esteem
- Thesis problems
- Study commencement and adjustment problems
- Study structuring
- Study doubts
- Bereavement and grief