To enter this master programme you must have a relevant bachelor degree. The bachelor in Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning at Aalborg University gives you direct access to the programme. Other relevant bachelor degrees could be within engineering, geography, politics or social science. However all applications for the master programme is evaluated individually and the relevancy of the bachelor degree is evaluated through this process.
You can study as a guest student on the first and/or second term or as a master student following the entire two-year degree programme.
Students seeking to enrol in the programme are required to have the following qualifications:
- A bachelor of science degree in engineering, geography or natural sciences.
- Documented working knowledge of written and spoken English (verified IELTS score report with a minimum score of 6.5, TOEFL (paper based) 550, TOEFL (computer based) 230, TOEFL (internet based): 80 or Cambridge ESOL: C1.
All applications are evaluated individually. Please see the FAQ for answers to many specific questions regarding admission.
Deadlines for application
For the master's programme, we only have a September intake. Students seeking admission to the entire master's programme and students seeking admission to the autumn semester as a guest semester have the following deadlines:
- March 15th for students requiring a visa to Denmark.
- May 1st if not requiring a visa (primarily from the EU/EEA) or students from an institution which has an exchange agreement with Aalborg University.
Students applying for the spring semester as a guest semester:
- August 15th if requiring a visa
- October 1st if not requiring a visa (primarily from the EU/EEA) or students from an institution which has an exchange agreement with Aalborg University.
Find the appropriate application, fill it in, submit it electronically as well as print and mail it with the requested enclosures to the International Office. Please note, AAU has an application fee for full degree students from outside EU/EEA. The application fee will be refunded if you are admitted and start at the programme you have been admitted to. See details here.
Full-time students at this programme who are not nationals of an EU/EEA country will be charged tuition fee of DKK 50000 per term (2010 level). Non-EU/ EEA students with a permanent residence permit for Denmark are exempted from tuition fees.
Aalborg University does, however, grant a few tuition waivers and scholarships to non-EU/EEA students. For the September 2009 intake, 22 tuition waivers and scholarships were granted for the entire university.
As mentioned above, Aalborg University has only a very limited number of tuition waivers and scholarships available. Students cannot apply for these but will be nominated by Aalborg University when applying. The likelihood of obtaining a scholarship is far higher in other places - e.g. through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Ministry of Education in the student's home country.
Americans may try the Gudrun Gytel Fund.
For more information on admission procedure, scholarships, accommodation etc. visit the The Study Guide (www.studyguide.aau.dk)
To contact the masters programme secretary email@example.com
Urban Planning and Management
9000 Aalborg, Denmark
+45 9940 7216
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