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Climate & Supply Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering in Climate and Supply Engineering, 210 ECTS
Agriculture and environment Engineering Mathematics, natural- and computer science

Institution VIA University College
Campus Campus Horsens
Duration 3,5 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 7459 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR
Climate & Supply Engineering About the programme: 
The Climate & Supply Engineering programme will provide you with the theoretical and practical tools needed to become a Supply Engineer in water, waste water or district heating supply.

Through years of carrying out research and development in the field, VIA’s faculty is highly specialised and will offer you the latest knowledge and skills.

The degree programme is designed to allow you to work with relevant engineering tasks from the utility industry from day one. In all semesters you will work on a cross-disciplinary project that combines the different subjects taught during the semester.

Career opportunities: 
With this degree, you will be a specialist in water, wastewater or district heating management, areas that are prioritised all over the world. As the global population and cities are growing, the effects of climate change require new solutions.
Danish companies are leading in these fields and exciting career possibilities are waiting for you in Denmark as well as internationally.


More information on admissions requirements and how to apply:

Campus Horsens


Campus Horsens offers a vibrant student life in an international setting. Both Danish and international students create a very active study environment in which common areas and closely situated student accommodation will frame your life. 
Campus Horsens offers a number of programmes taught in English primarily within the fields of architecture, engineering, marketing, management and business. In Danish, Campus Horsens additionally offers programmes in nursing and social education.
With all of these programmes offered in both languages, it is only natural that a large number of students come from other countries than Denmark. At Campus Horsens, approximately half of the students are international, either exchange students or full degree students.

  • Students: 4,000
  • International students: 2,000
  • Employees: 350
Read more about Campus Horsens here.
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