What can I do with an MSc in Engineering Acoustics

The MSc Eng degree in Engineering Acoustics qualifies you for exciting jobs in the hearing aid industry, with measuring equipment manufacturers, audio companies, health sector and firms of engineering consultants, among many others. Furthermore, you might also have the opportunity to continue your studies and do a PhD, for instance at DTU.

Typical fields of work

Denmark is a world-leader in sound technology and has a longstanding global 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
  • Dynaudio
  • Oticon
  • Widex
  • GN Resound
  • Jabra
  • DPA Microphones
  • G.R.A.S.
  • Brüel & Kjær
  • Grontmij
  • COWI
  • Rambøll
  • Lloyd’s Register ODS
  • Ecophon
  • Rockwool
  • Interacoustics
  • Sennheiser
  • Apple
  • Facebook

Pursue a PhD

Many of our graduates also pursue a higher education at a PhD level. Once you have a MSc in Engineering, you might get the opportunity to continue your studies and apply for admission to the three-year PhD, which at DTU is a research-based programme ranking among the best in the world. You can do either a regular PhD or an industrial PhD, the latter with concurrent employment in a company.

As a PhD student, you will be part of a research group and will carry out an independent scientific project.