Engineering Acoustics MSc Eng programme
â€œSound technology is increasingly important in our society, and it is present in almost every aspect of our lives."
Helping society Engineering Acoustics is an exciting research area covering a wide range of topics related to sound, hearing, and vibration. Acoustic engineering helps society by creating healthy acoustic environments and reducing harmful environmental noise. It enables to assist the hearing impaired, to design innovative architectural spaces, as well as to improve the sound quality delivered by loudspeakers and communication devices. Also, acoustic signals and audio processing are essential in the age of big data and artificial intelligence. Sound technology is increasingly important in our society, and it is present in almost every aspect of our lives.
International study environment The Engineering Acoustics MSc programme attracts students from all over the world seeking to expand their knowledge of acoustics and become experts in the field. This means that you will be part of an international study environment with focus on exciting interdisciplinary studies of acoustics. The profile of our students is highly attractive for employÂment in Denmark and abroad, as the programme covers a wide area of subjects, with up-to-date material, world-class facilities and maintaining strong links to research, innovation and industry.
Career opportunities Denmark is a world-leader in sound technology with a longstanding reputation in this field. There is a unique industrial network, including some of the largest international companies in hearing-aid technology, headphones, headsets, loudspeaker and audio production, microphones, sensors, consulting firms, environment, medical technology, healthcare, communications, virtual audio, gaming, etc. Currently there are more than 100 companies registered in the Danish sound branch that account for more than 28,000 jobs in the sound sector. The profile of our MSc Eng students is highly valued by employers in Denmark and internationally. Our graduates have found jobs with: Bang & Olufsen
Lloyd's Register ODS
Brüel & Kjær
Study programme characteristics All courses are given in English on an advanced scientific and technical level. The teaching is founded on world-leading research in acoustics, hearing, vibration and sound technology. The student has a high degree of freedom to design her/ his own individual academic profile.
Alumni statements "The Engineering Acoustics programme
“The MSc in Engineering Acoustics is
gave me a deep and holistic
a great education that gives a solid
understanding of acoustics. The
background in acoustics and hearing
education combining electroacoustics,
science, opening up for exciting career
sound fields in rooms, and human
paths. My work at Oticon Medical is a
perception has been invaluable to my
great opportunity for me to better
research in future audio technologies
Martin Bo Møller
understand how people perceive
sounds and how we can best help
patients with a hearing loss.”
Bang & Olufsen A/S
Oticon Medical (Denmark)
at Bang & Olufsen."
"The Engineering Acoustics MSc Eng
"DTU's Engineering Acoustic MSc
programme at DTU combines courses in
programme is well-known
acoustics and sound perception, which
internationally, as it covers a wide area
is quite unique. This wonderful
of topics in acoustics in great depth.
programme offered me a strong
The MSc was a fantastic stepping
foundation to pursue a career in
stone towards an international career
in audio and acoustic engineering. I
currently work on the development of
Apple Inc. (USA)
cutting edge audio technologies in the
Institute of Technology, MIT (USA)
How to apply Prerequisites Considering the multidisciplinary nature of acoustics, candidates for the programme have diverse backgrounds, i.e. Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering, Physics, Architecture, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Audiology, Telecommunications or Audio Engineering. It is a pre-requisite for admission to have a BSc degree or equivalent in natural science or technology. A sufficient background in math and physics is required for admission. Programme requirements To obtain a MSc Eng degree in Engineering Acoustics, you must obtain at least 120 ECTS points. For more details, visit: www.dtu.dk/ENA DTU Contact details on the back of this brochure.
What does the future sound like?
Engineering Acoustics MSc Eng Programme dtu.dk/ENA
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