Education

Head of Education

Peter Kjeldsen
Professor, Head of Education
DTU Environment
+4545 25 15 61

Head of studies, Bachelor programme

Poul Løgstrup Bjerg
Professor, Head of BSc Studies
DTU Environment
+4545 25 16 15
In the changing world of today, there is an urgent need for engineers with the ability to identify, prevent and solve environmental problems in a global context. As a department we are on the leading edge of developing and promoting environmental friendly and sustainable technologies.
The department aims to educate tomorrow’s creative, responsible, influential and globally cognizant environmental engineers corresponding to the societal needs.
All our graduates have excellent opportunities to proceed directly into employment in the private or public environmental sector as consultants/managers, or they may choose to apply for a doctoral study.

Content of the studies
The department offers more than 50 different courses and both courses, field work and projects are based on a multidisciplinary approach to solving environmental problems.
When studying at DTU Environment you can work with a broad range of environmental challenges including water environment, water supply, groundwater, urban drainage systems and water ressources, waste management and wastewater treatment, pollution, bioenergy and environmental and human health risk assessment of chemicals.

International profile
The department’s global outlook is reflected in the many different nationalities represented among students, teachers and researchers. Students also have various opportunities to see the world during their studies. Both in the bachelor and master programme students can go on exchange stays at other universities or do project or course work abroad.
The department also offers combined master degrees with other universities such as the Joint Nordic Master, eNviro5tech, and the 1:1 programs with Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany and Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland.

Equipment
The department has a well established laboratory infrastructure and the students are offered the possibility to obtain training in a range of laboratory techniques and other skills, including field techniques applicable to environmental science and technology.

Influence
As a student in one of DTU Environments study programs there are many ways to influence your studies. In the department study board students take up half the seats and teachers the other half. Among other things the study board is responsible for the range of courses and the continuing development of DTU Environments study programs. An important input to that work is the evaluation of courses that the students do after each semester.

Head of studies, Master programme

Stefan Trapp
Professor, Head of MSc Studies
DTU Environment
+4545 25 16 22

Study administration

Helene Hviid
Administrative Coordinator
DTU Environment
+4545 25 16 13
Mette Topp Hansen
Study secretary
DTU Environment
+4545 25 21 72

Educational programs at DTU Environment

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering

 

The 3 year bachelor program in Environmental Engineering provides students with a solid foundation in the environmental field, including water technology, environmental technology and bioressources. The programme requires Danish language skills.

Read more about the programme.

Master of Science in Environmental Engineering

 

The 2 year master programme in Environmental Engineering is a broad, interdisciplinary programme focusing on the technical and environmental sciences.

 

Read more about the programme.

Joint international programmes

 

 

Choose an international master's programme with studies at DTU and abroad. We offer a 1:1 programme with TU München (TUM) or École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the Joint Nordic Master with the leading Nordic technical universities.

Read about the joint programmes here.

 

PhD Programme

 

The PhD programme is a 3 year programme designed to train researchers at an international level and interplaying with the international research world.

 

Read about our PhD programme here.

Continuing Education

 

DTU Environment offers a range of qualifying continuing education courses that are based on the newest research within the environmental field.

See our courses here.

Activities for High Schools

 

 

DTU Environment offers several exiting activities for high school classes.

 

 


Book your activity here (links to Danish site).

Projects for environmental students from DTU's Project Bank Deadline Posted
Area: København og omegn
Ex-situ biogas upgrading through biologi...

Background Recently, promising biologically mediated upgrading systems have been suggested, in which H2 and CO2 are biologically converted to CH4 by the action...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Aug
Posted: 19 Sep
31 Aug
19 Sep
Area: København og omegn
From Urban Bio-waste to Animal Feed

Background To meet the globally increasing demand for proteins, the traditional feeding strategies of the livestock sector should be reconsidered. The huge amounts...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Aug
Posted: 19 Sep
31 Aug
19 Sep
Area: København og omegn
Comparison of data-driven flow forecast ...

To supervise the states of sewer systems, Danish utility companies gather flow, level and rainfall data. These data are collected in an automated manner and are...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 03 Sep
Posted: 29 Aug
03 Sep
29 Aug
Area: København og omegn
Water-quality based control of urban was...

Development and modelling of strategies for control of urban wastewater systems based on water quality parameters.Real Time Control of urban wastewater systems...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 29 Aug
31 Dec
29 Aug
Area: Udlandet
on-line monitoring of stormwater quality...

On-line sensors are provinding an increasing amount of information about stormwater pollution, which needs to be analyzed and interpreted.On-line monitoring devices...

Area: Udlandet

Deadline: 01 Jul
Posted: 29 Aug
01 Jul
29 Aug
Area: København og omegn
Modelling of micropollutant fluxes acros...

Micropollutants (MP) represent a challenge to ensure a good ecological status in natural waters and they may also represent a threat to human health when e.g...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 01 Jul
Posted: 29 Aug
01 Jul
29 Aug
Area: København og omegn
Modelling methane removal in biocover sy...

Methane is a strong greenhouse gas. Landfills are a significant contributor to methane in the atmosphere. We have here at DTU Environment developed systems based...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 20 Aug
31 Dec
20 Aug
Area: København og omegn
Sustainability in textile recycling

Production of textiles, whether natural or man-made, requires use of resources and can be associated with substantial environmental emissions. The “fast fashion...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 01 Jan
Posted: 12 Aug
01 Jan
12 Aug
Area: København og omegn
Drought stress thresholds derived from w...

Weather variability and extremes lead regularly to situations, where plant growth and carbon cycling in terrestrial ecosystems is limited by access to soil water...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Oct
Posted: 06 Jul
31 Oct
06 Jul
Area: København og omegn
Landfill gas management in the European ...

Landfills are still the most significant source to greenhouse gas emission from the waste sector in the European Union. There are huge differences on how much...

Area: København og omegn

Deadline: 31 Dec
Posted: 23 May
31 Dec
23 May
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14 OCTOBER 2019