Note: Global E3 Exchange Consortium only considers applicants who are in Engineering or Computer Science fields of study
Global E3: Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
What is Global E³?
Global E3: The Global Engineering Education Exchange Program. Recognizing a growing demand for internationally-experienced engineering graduates, a group of leading universities around the world established the Global E3 in 1995. Global E3 allows engineering students at member universities to enjoy a fulfilling study abroad experience. Check out the Global E3 brochure here.
Am I Eligible?
You are eligible if you:
Are currently enrolled at one of the participating Global E³ universities.
Are currently studying engineering or computer science.
Have been nominated by your home school to submit an application.
Have the language ability to take courses in the host campus language and/or in English.
A bit about Technical University of Denmark
In 1829, when Hans Christian Ørsted founded what became the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), he created an eloquent response to an important need in society: to make use of scientific progress in the service of society by applying technology.
DTU has applied this fundamental idea for the past 184 years. Based on intensive efforts in research, innovation and the transfer of knowledge, DTU has contributed to Denmark achieving a leading position within such diverse fields as design, wind energy, biotechnology, electronics and telecommunication.
Courses are Available in the Following Fields:
Chemistry and Technology
Design and Innovation
Earth and Space Physics and Engineering
Human Life Science Engineering
Mathematics and Technology
Manufacturing and Management
Network Technology and IT
Physics and Nanotechnology
Quantitative Biology and Disease Modelling
Strategic Analytics and Systems Design
The DTU campus is situated in beautiful green surroundings (close to the national park of Dyrehaven), 10km north of the centre of Copenhagen. The full name of the city is Kongens Lyngby, though itis now more often known simply as Lyngby (or Kgs Lyngby). It used to be a village inhabited by the king's tenants (hence Kongens Lyngby = 'King's Lyngby'). Today Lyngby is part of Greater Copenhagen.
For more details about the university, courses, academic calendar, accommodations and other important information, please see Global E3's profile on Technical University of Denmark.
How to apply
Students apply in two or three phases. First, students apply via Missouri S&T's Globalminers.mst.edu portal by creating profile and filling out questionnaires and summiting the required documents. Then, students apply to the chosen school via the Global E3 website. Detailed information on the Global E3 application process can be found here. If accepted, the student would complete the post decision materials via GlobalMiners.mst.edu. Please note that sometimes the host university would also require students to submit an application for the purposes of university processing.