Work placement

Try out theories and methods hands-on during your work placement on the Architectural Technology and Construction Managment programme

The programme is business oriented, interdisciplinary and practice-based which means that you will learn how to solve specific problems – in your day to day studies as well as during your work placement on the 6th semester. The work placement makes up 20 weeks.

The work placement connects your theoretical and practical qualifications and adds to developing professionally oriented competencies that are in demand in current and future work places. Through your work placement, you will gain a valuable insight into what your role will be when you enter the labour market as a graduated Architectural Technologist and Construction Manager.

After your work placement is over, you will prepare your elective project and your Bachelor project. Both will usually take a starting point in your work placement and be prepared in collaboration with your work placement company.

Work placement planning

You may go on a work placement in one or more companies during the work placement, which makes up 20 weeks. Furthermore, the work placement may take place abroad. At the school we have a range of contacts with companies in Australia, Vietnam, England and the US (San Francisco). We are currently working to expand our list of companies in Vietnam in particular.

Where ever you choose to go for your work placement it will be planned in close collaboration with the work placement co-ordinator. The school has a database of potential work placement companies – however, it is ultimately your own responsibility to find a work placement company.

Video: Work Placement with Katja Encheva


Carl Redmond
Work Placement Coordinator

+45 72 69 15 06
Dorit Kjærulff Torp
International Coordinator
Technology programmes
+45 72 69 13 57

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