Technical University of Denmark

Technical University of Denmark - Reciprocal Exchange

Students participating in a reciprocal exchange program pay all Texas A&M tuition and fees for the duration of the program. Students remain enrolled with full-time student status at Texas A&M while on exchange by registering in the holding course of their college with a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduate students or 9 credit hours per semester for graduate students (or per academic college requirement). In this way, a student's Texas A&M financial/scholarship package will apply even though the student is studying at a reciprocal exchange partner institution in another country. Undergraduate students participating on exchange programs are expected to bring back to Texas A&M a minimum of 12 credit hours in Texas A&M course equivalencies for academic work completed at the host university. Graduate level students are expected to bring back a minimum of 9 credit hours (or per academic college requirement). Students should note that course selections at the host institution are not limited to the courses listed in the data base. It is possible to select and register for other courses at the partner institutions after consultation with and approval from your Texas A&M academic advisor/professors. Language requirements and/or other pre-requisites should be considered when selecting other non-approved courses.

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) was founded in 1829 by H.C. Ørsted, the father of electromagnetism. DTU was founded on the basis of using natural and technical sciences to benefit society, and continues to be ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe. In the year 2015, DTU hosted over 10,000 students, including nearly 1,000 exchange students. DTU has international and exchange program agreements with over 200 universities worldwide, and prides itself in its growth through collaboration with these other universities.

Reciprocal Exchange

    • Semester:
      • Spring Exchange (typically January to May)
      • Fall Exchange (typically September to December)
    • Deadline:
      • Spring Exchange application is due in October (before semester abroad)
      • Fall Exchange application is due in February (before semester abroad)
    • Majors: Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineeirng, Maritime Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Petroleum Engineering

Location Information

Kongens Lyngby, Denmark: The Technical University of Denmark is located in Kongens Lyngby, Just north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Kongens Lyngby is home to several large IT companies, financial institutions, the major international engineering firm COWI A/S, Bang & Olufsen ICEpower a/s, and the Lyngby-Taarbaek Philharmonic Orchestra. In a 20-minute drive, Kongens Lyngby dwellers can reach Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital and its most populated city. Copenhagen, the cultural hub of Denmark and wider Scandinavia, is home to a wide array of museums such as the National Museum of archaeology and history. Copenhagen also boasts an influence of entertainment and performing arts, and is home to the Copenhagen Concert Hall as well as the Royal Danish Theatre founded in 1748. Copenhagen as one of the highest number of restaurants and bars per capita in the world, and hosts several recurring community festivals, mainly in the summer. In Denmark, travel to and from different cities is made easy by the public train and bus transportation systems established throughout the country. More information about transportation in Denmark can be found here.

Eligibility & Requirements

  • Must be a TAMU student for at least one semester prior to application
  • Must attend TAMU for at least one summer session or one full semester after the exchange
  • Must have a 3.0 GPR or higher
  • Must have language proficiency (written and oral)
  • For non-English programs: 2-4 semesters of college level language studies in target language
  • Junior Classification by beginning of exchange recommended

Application Deadlines

In addition to the online application, students will need to provide an official transcript. April 1 deadline for fall and academic year exchanges. October 1 deadline for spring semester exchanges.

Contact Information

Students seeking additional information on outgoing reciprocal exchanges should contact Leslie Donaway.