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Marine & Technical Engineering Bachelors Program in Danish at Lyngby, Denmark
Established in 1906, the Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management (Maskinmesterskolen København) is Denmark's oldest marine engineering school and has trained marine engineers. It has approximately 500 students studying marine engineering. Throughout the entire marine and technical engineering program - the workshop course, internship and the theoretical part of the program, you are entitled to receive a Danish state education grant (SU).
If you dream of a career at sea, you can acquire the basis for obtaining your certificate of competency as a watchkeeping engineer in accordance with STCW III/1, STCW III/2 and STCW III/3 through the right combination of optional subjects.
The program is mainly conducted in Danish.
Maritime Training Programs
- Bachelor of Technology Management and Marine Engineering Program (BTecMan & MarEng) - 4.5 years: The Bachelor of Technology Management and Marine Engineering Program, the marine and technical engineering program, is designed to qualify the students at a management level on ships and shore-based companies, to assume responsibility for operation and maintenance of technical plant and installations, including being responsible for ensuring the plant and installations operate optimally in terms of safety, operating economies and the environment.
- The program is placed at level 6 in the Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning.
- The structure of the program include - Workshop traineeship, Workshop project, Work placement, Compulsory subjects, Elective subjects, Profession-based placement, and Bachelor project.
- To apply for the Marine Engineering and Technology Management program, applicants must have either an upper secondary school leaving certificate or a background in a skilled trade. Before starting the three-year theoretical part of the program, applicants without a skilled trade background must attend a nine-month workshop course followed by a nine-month internship to learn the basic skills that are relevant for a marine and technical engineer.