Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSc) at Aalborg University

Deadline: EU Applicants: August 31, 2012, non-EU applicants July 25, 2012
Open to: international applicants
Scholarship:scholarships and financial aid offered


Accredited 3-year undergraduate program offered in collaboration with the state Aalborg University in Denmark.
Students get exposed to the engineering disciplines that will become coveted in the international job market in the next decade.
The Best and Brightest
Graduate a confident and highly qualified professional who will stand out in the job market. Our graduates work for some of the largest companies in Greece and abroad such as Google, BP, Microsoft, Vodafone, Accenture, Deloitte, Motorola, Intracom group, Eurobank, Oracle, Wind, Siemens, Huawei, Accenture, Hewlett Packard and others.
The AIT community includes students and researchers from over 25 countries, allowing intercultural engagement and exchange. Students are encouraged to spend part of their studies on the Danish campus of Aalborg University.
Professors update course content based on latest research results and continuous input from their colleagues around the world. In this way, in addition to providing the standard necessary theoretical knowledge, courses remain current and interesting (eg. design of computing systems for wireless and optical telecommunications, ambient intelligent spaces, and bio informatics).
Taught differently
Teaching is based on the outstanding Problem Based Learning (PBL) methodology that organizes students in teams working on practical projects related to the theoretical courses. PBL is supported by UNESCO. The program is in complete accordance with the European Treaty of Bologna and is offered in the English language. The degree is awarded directly by the Danish state Aalborg University.


The programme is open to international students. They should be fluent in English and have a proof of competency in English. Financial aid is provided to a student following an evaluation by the Admissions Committee, of their academic performance during the last two years of High School and the family status.


In the spirit of AIT’s founders’ vision and according to the policy that applies to all its academic programs, awards scholarships and financial aid to all its students based on merit and need.
Full scholarships are awarded to a student following an evaluation by the Admissions Committee, of their academic performance during the last two years of High School.
Financial aid is provided to a student following an evaluation by the Admissions Committee, of their academic performance during the last two years of High School and the family’s financial status.
The cost of the program totals 8,700 euro per year and includes the tuition fee, free access to nine libraries and 70 data bases, use of individual study rooms etc.
All accepted students who fulfill the above conditions can apply for financial aid/scholarship that may cover the entire cost of the program (8,700 euro) or a part of it. Accepted students who do not receive financial aid/scholarship during their first year of study can re-apply during their second year on the basis of their first year’s academic performance or during their third year on the basis of their second year’s academic performance, etc.
Candidates who have applied to the program and have been accepted by mid February (early registration), will receive a 10% discount on their tuition fee during their first year of studies.


To be considered for acceptance for the 2012-2013 academic year, applicants should submit all the following documents in English:

  • Completed Application Form (available online)
  • Official copy of High School Diploma;
  • Official Transcripts
  • Proof of competency in English (one of the following):
  • IELTS (Academic)score 6.5
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English-CPE
  • Michigan Certificate of Proficiency in English-ECPE

All applications will be evaluated by the academic committees of both AIT and AAU. Given the limited number of applications available, the evaluation will be based on the comparative analysis of the following:

  • Grade of the High School Diploma
  • Grades in Maths and Physics
  • Candidate’s personality evaluated during the personal interview

Following evaluation of the above documents, the Admissions Committee decides whether the candidate will be subject to a short knowledge test in Maths and Physics.
Recommended but not necessary for acceptance to the program is one of the following documents:

  • IB-International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Foundation Course (Science & Technology)
  •  GCE A levels

For non-EU applicants
Application service

For EU applicants
Application service 

The deadline for EU candidates is 31 August, 2012 and for non-EU candidates 25 July, 2012.

The Official Website

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