Language of instruction: English
Language requirement: None.
Classes are offered in English and Danish.
Eligibility requirement: Engineering students in good academic standing.
GPA requirement: 3.0 cumulative
Class standing requirements:
- Must be a junior at UW to enter DTU as an international exchange student.
- Must have met engineering progression requirements to apply.
- March 1 for Fall, Academic Year or Summer
- October 1 for Spring
Approximate Academic Calendar:
Fall: Late August to late December/early January
Spring: Beginning of February to early June (plus optional 3 week June session)
Summer: Students can participate in 2 or 3 three-week summer sessions between early June and mid August.
Duration: Fall, Spring, Academic year or Summer
The program in Denmark is run through the Global Engineering Education Exchange (Global E3), a consortium of universities in the U.S. and abroad working together to provide students with the opportunity to study internationally. Please refer to the Global E3 website as well as the following websites for more detailed information from DTU.
You must carry the equivalent of 12-18 UW credits while abroad for a semester, as determined through a scale for credit equivalency. At least 50% of the courses you take abroad must be in engineering, science, or math. You can take any course abroad that you can get approved as equivalent to a UW course; learn how to get courses equated. You can also choose from a list of courses already approved as equivalent to UW courses:
To view all DTU courses that have been equated and their UW equivalents go to the DTU equivalency list under the 'Academics' tab at the bottom of the page.
Consult the DTU course catalog.
Interested students may apply for a Denmark-specific scholarship provided by the Scan Design Foundation. Information and the application can be accessed through this link Scan Design Foundation or via the Wisconsin Scholarships Hub. Additional information on the scholarship and its history is available here.
The current cost estimates can be found on the Denmark program page. Click on the "Cost" link and then on the program term that you plan to attend (ex: Fall 2017-18).The amounts are approximate and will vary based on the actual program you attend, your own spending, and the current currency exchange rate. As you budget for your study abroad, make sure you plan for these contingencies. Check current exchange rates online at OANDA.com or XE.com.
Host institutions may also require students to purchase their insurance policies in addition to CISI.
For more detailed cost information for the summer option, visit this page and click on 'Cost'.
On or off-campus housing is available. Most students live in the dormitories while attending DTU. Students can learn more about DTU's housing policies by visiting their accommodations page. Students should apply for accommodation as soon as they receive their admissions decision.
1) Complete the IESP application.
2) Submit any original application materials directly to IESP through the application; do not send them to the institution to which you are applying.
If you have an up-to-date passport please upload a copy of it with your application, otherwise start applying for a passport immediately.
Transcripts can be obtained by either (1) visiting the Office of the Registrar at 333 East Campus Mall or by (2) ordering them online via MyUW. Either option is free. Please note that hard copy transcripts ordered online may take up to 10 business days to arrive through the mail. Transcripts ordered online are available for pick-up the same day.
If you have any questions, contact IESP.