|Study location||Denmark, Aalborg|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3.5 years|
Information for Non-EU students: 6th semester € 7000
High school / secondary education (or higher)
English corresponding to a Danish level B (210 hours).
For these craftsmen, an intensive one-month English training course is offered, free of charge in order to meet the English level of entrance. These courses start on the 1st of August for the September enrolment and again on the 2nd of January for the February enrolment.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
Submitting reference letters
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
- You must provide a Verification Form
The course is designed to develop marketable competences in a wide variety of skills within the planning, building and design professions. Leading objectives include developing the ability to apply technology to building design and in communicating practical solutions.
With a Bachelor Degree in Architectural Technology and Construction Management, you will be qualified to plan, manage and handle technical and administrative work in project design and execution within the construction industry.
On the Architectural Technology and Construction Management programme, we are determined to give students competencies in creativity and innovation because we believe that the labour market of the future will require creative and innovative “agents of change”.
Teaching takes its starting point in the principles behind “The Creative Platform” of Aalborg University but is naturally aimed at the goals and visions of the Architectural Technology and Construction Management programme. This means that students will be met with specific methodologies and tools aiming to make creativity and innovation a way of thinking and working.
We must dare to make mistakes, we must dare to seek new solutions and we must dare be in the midst of a creative process. Teaching innovation is considered a natural part of day-to-day teaching since creativity often arises from analytic and reflective understanding of problem areas. That is why you will meet new methodologies and working methods that aim to eliminate habitual thinking and promote horizontal thinking.
Through a curious and open approach to the construction industry, we challenge prevailing norms in an attempt to achieve new solutions to streamline and improve e.g. construction processes or products. In this way, innovation lessons are anchored in the professionalism that is trained in connection with project work.
Construction Management, Building Technician, Project Management, Project Co-ordinator, Quality Management, Sales Management