An attractive opportunity to combine theory with practice
Take an Industrial MSc in Engineering – Operations Management at SDU and earn a living while you study.
With an Industrial MSc in Engineering in your pocket, you already have one job on your CV. We help to match you up with a relevant company. During the four-year part-time study programme, you work 25 hours a week at a production company in the Triangle Region of Denmark.
We help to match you up with a relevant company. We make it easy for you to get started on your post-graduate studies and you get a job that matches your study programme to a tee.
Contact Senior Consultant Annette Duedal by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on +45 3058 0436 to arrange your first meeting. Annette can help you make contact with companies in the region.
”The Triangle Region is Denmark’s industrial production hub. I am in contact with interesting companies in the area every day and have a very good relationship with them. I use my connections to create the right match between company and candidate.
- ANNETTE DUEDAL, SENIOR CONSULTANT
Facts about the study programme
The Faculty of Engineering at SDU offers an Industrial MSc study programme in Engineering – Operations Management. As a candidate following this study programme, you study part-time and you hold down a study-relevant job of at least 25 hours a week.
The four-year study programme brings you to the same academic level as a full-time two-year MSc programme. The difference is that the four-year Industrial MSC programme does not entitle you to a Danish education grant (SU). Instead, you have part-time employment and are paid by the company you work for. As a candidate on this study programme, you are obliged to substantiate that you have a relevant job – We are on hand to help you with this.
The same formal entry requirements apply as to any other Industrial MSc or post-graduate degree programme.
Teaching takes place at SDU in Odense (and occasionally at Campus Kolding) and in an international study environment. The programme is taught in English.
Read more about the study programme here (in Danish)
You can specialise in either Manufacturing Technology or Global Supply Chain Management. These specific specialist subjects add value for the companies at which you can take a job.
When your academic profile includes Manufacturing Technology, you have in-depth knowledge of and can work with:
- Production unit automation
- Constructing complete fully or partly automatic production systems
- International logistics management (across national borders)
- Building and managing a global production network
Global Supply Chain Development
If you choose an academic profile with Global Supply Chain Development, you will be trained as a specialist who can lead and implement development processes in any phase of the supply chain. For example:
- Product planning
- Product development
- Business development
- Global Supply Chain Development
The University accepts applications to study for an Industrial MSc Degree in Engineering – Operations Management twice a year. Study starts on either 1 September or 1 February.
NB: Make certain which application deadline applies to you. The application deadline depends on whether you are an EU/EEA citizen. If you are a non EU/EEA citizen, a different deadline applies.
Learn more about entry requirements and application deadlines here