Materials Science Engineering
If you choose the 3½-year full bachelor degree programme in Materials Science and Product Design, you have taken the first steps towards becoming a key employee in the textile and furniture business.
The education gives you broad knowledge of materials and processes, and you get expert knowledge of new and innovative materials which i.e. can make textiles more durable and adjust to body temperatures.
Apart from that you get insight into modern processing technology, thus you can be part of optimising aspects when it comes to techniques, product design, product development process, economics, and production in manufacturing companies.
The programme takes place in Herning in collaboration with the engineering training programmes at VIA and the University of Aarhus in Herning (AU Herning). TEKO and AU Herning are situated next to each other and the teachings will take place at either of the two locations. In this way, you obtain the latest knowledge and are taught by the best educators from the textile and furniture sectors. In addition, VIA and AU Herning complements with many years of experience within the area of engineering technology.
You choose an area of specialization either within the textile or furniture industry:
- The textile speciality is directed towards the textile and garment industry. Thus, the lessons in material engineering focus on natural and chemical fibres, respectively, as well as the technological development within the area of textile materials and manufacturing.
- The furniture speciality is directed towards the furniture industry, and the lessons in material engineering have tree, plastic and metal as their main focus.
Wypis godzin oraz ocen – bardzo ważne jest załączenie wypisu. Szczegółowe informacje na temat sposobu wypełniania tego dokumentu oraz termin jego przesłania znajdziesz tutaj.*
Język angielski: Całkowity czas nauki języka angielskiego w szkole średniej powinien wynosić co najmniej 210 godzin (zegarowych).
Test Kastu z języka angielskiego (jeśli uzyskasz wystarczający wynik z IELTS/TOEFLnie musisz zdawać testu Kastu).
- Matematyka - całkowity czas nauki matematyki w szkole średniej powinien wynosić co najmniej 250 godzin (zegarowych).
- Fizyka - całkowity czas nauki fizyki w szkole średniej powinien wynosić co najmniej 200 godzin (zegarowych).
- Chemia - całkowity czas nauki chemii w szkole średniej powinien wynosić co najmniej 75 godzin (zegarowych).
- Język angielski - całkowity czas nauki języka angielskiego w szkole średniej powinien wynosić co najmniej 210 godzin (zegarowych).
Osoby aplikujące na ten kierunek muszą również wypełnić ten dokument. Dokument należy następnie podpisać, zeskanować i załączyć do formularza aplikacyjnego Kastu.
As a Material Technology Engineer you have the competences to enter a wide range of jobs. For instance, you can work with product development, financial management, development and research on new materials, purchasing of new materials and products, and disposals and consultancy on materials and processes.
Your job title could either be a furniture engineer, textile engineer, product developer, controller, sourcer or material, process consultant etc.
With a BA degree featuring Material Technology Engineering you have the chance to take up further studies at other colleges, either in Denmark or abroad. The student counsellors at TEKO will be very happy to guide you on this. For instance, you may choose to continue your studies with an MSc in Engineering (Technology Based Business Development) programme at AU Herning.
VIA Career Service Centre
VIA University College is already making a huge effort to help international students find internships and jobs in Denmark. For several years, our Career Service Centre has been offering VIA students help and guidance in searching for jobs and internships in Denmark by offering workshops on “how to write a CV”,or “how to write an application”. The Centre also organizes company dating – a campus fair where students get to meet a lot of Danish companies to hear more about career opportunities. The Career Service Centre is currently intensifying these activities in response to both the Ministry’s and VIA’s wish for international students to remain in Denmark after graduation. We will be offering graduates even more events and opportunities to meet the companies, just as the opening hours at the Career Service Centre have been extended and more seminars will be held. We want our international students to experience that access to the Danish companies and to the Danish labour market will be even easier in the future.
Attached you can find more information about some of the coming events, just as you can find more information on Facebook and on our website :