Find your Campus

The engineering field at Aarhus University is geographically divided into different campus areas.

Katrinebjerg Campus

Finlandsgade, Katrinebjerg

The engineering degree programmes at Finlandsgade are located with geographical proximity to the university’s other study programmes within IT and Information and Media Studies.

The following BSc in Engineering programmes are located at Finlandsgade: Electronic Engineering, Information and Communication Technology, Electrical Power Engineering and Healthcare Technology.

The following MSc in Engineering programmes are located at Finlandsgade: Biomedical Technology, Optics and Electronics and Technical IT.

Hangøvej, Katrinebjerg

At Hangøvej you will find a number of unique experimental facilities, and the engineering programmes connected to the chemical and biotechnological research areas are located here.

The following BSc in Engineering programmes are located at Hangøvej: Chemistry and Biotechnology.

The following MSc in Engineering programmes are located at Hangøvej: Chemistry and Biotechnology.

Navitas Campus

Navitas is Aarhus University’s brand new engineering domicile at the waterfront in Aarhus.

The following BSc in Engineering programmes are located at Navitas: Civil and Structural Engineering, Architectural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

The following MSc in Engineering programmes are located at Navitas: Architectural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

Herning AU Campus

Herning AU has a total of approximately 2,000 students of which around 600 are engineering students.

The following BSc in Engineering programmes are located in Herning AU: Electronic Design (electronics), Business Development Engineer (BDE) and Global Management and Manufactoring Engineer (GMM).

The following MSc in Engineering programmes are located in Herning AU: Technology-based Business Development.

China

Aarhus University has established a campus in China where the following MSc in Engineering programme is available: The Neuroscience and Neuroimaging programme.