As a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Mobility, Transport, and Logistics, you will be at the heart of the development of society. You will not only be engaged in improving products and companies, but also society as a whole. You will become one of the designers of infrastructure and a key person for a sustainable green future. Transport and logistics are key to the development of society worldwide and constitute a giant industry.
As a mobility, transport, and logistics engineer, you can use your understanding of the needs of society and the latest technology to develop the sustainable solutions of tomorrow.
What will you learn?
You will learn to design and use the infrastructure of the future. An efficient infrastructure is a prerequisite for a competitive society. No one knows the future, but we know that the transport solutions of tomorrow must be greener, faster, safer, more digital, and on time. The study programme will provide you with a combination of analytical, mathematical, social, and economic competences that you can apply in:
- Infrastructure design and mobility architecture
- Traffic and transport planning
- Transport logistics and optimization
- Economics, managerial economics and investments
- Supply chain management and design
- Public transport systems
- Geographical information systems (GIS)
- Smart cities and urban design.
Study programme structure
In the first four semesters you will have a number of mandatory courses. During semester 5 you will do an engineering internship — typically as a consulting engineer, in a transport company, or an international transport company.
In semesters 6 and 7 you will specialize, and you conclude the study programme with your BEng project.
You can — for example — work at COWI, SWECO or Rambøll with analysis and design of the infrastructure of tomorrow or the implementation of smart mobility. Or perhaps at Mærsk, DHL, FedEx, DSV, or CPH Airport with transport routes and utilization of container ships. Or at the Danish Road Directorate, Metro Service, or Movia with light railways, motorways, or port facilities.
Job titles are often consulting engineer, project manager, traffic engineer, consultant, or supply chain manager. You subsequently become senior manager, chief analyst, or the like.