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Study your Master in Industrial Design at Architecture & Design at AAU, Denmark

Supervision on industrial design project at Architecture and Design in Aalborg

Concept development behind innovative industrial design from AAU

Studying at Architecture and Design in Aalborg

Exhibition of industral design graduate projects from AAU

Industrial Design at Aalborg University

Industrial Design at Aalborg University

Welcome to the Industrial Design programme at the Department of Architecture, Design & Media Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark

As a graduate from the industrial design programme, you will be able to direct your career in a number of different ways. The combination of design, engineering and business perspectives will enable you to navigate in a large area of industries and professions on an international basis.

The education offers each student a creative combination of problem-based learning (PBL) and realistic projects with “hands-on” challenges.

During your stay you will meet fellow students, teachers and design professionals that share your passion and interest in designing beautiful and useful products with a competitive edge. We look forward to be welcoming you for an unforgetable and highly educating experience in Aalborg.

At this website you will be able to find information about the curriculum, see examples of student projects, get insight into the student life and information about the admission process.

Contact & Information

Contact & Information

Contact information
For more information about the Industrial Design Master at AAU in Denmark, please do not hesitate to contact the Architecture & Design Studyboard at the email address below.

Address: Architecture & Design, Aalborg University, Østeraagade 6, DK-9000 Aalborg, Denmark

Email: adstudyboard@create.aau.dk

 

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All material on the webpage is protected by copyright and owned by Aalborg University and may not be used without the accept of the university. The photographies used on the webpage are provided by Anders Klitgaard, Hans Toft Hornemann, Mathias Sønderskov Nielsen and Patrick Ronge Vinther.