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Nordic Master in Cold Climate Engineering

The Nordic Master in Cold Climate Engineering combines competencies, knowledge and facilities from some of the leading technical universities in the field of Arctic research and you will gain a holistic approach to engineering in one of the most challenging regions of the world and get a unique possibility to do field work and projects in Greenland or Svalbard. 
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Nordic Master in Cold Climate Engineering

Three specialised study tracks that give you a unique understanding of working as an engineer in the Arctic.

The Nordic Master in Cold Climate Engineering welcomed the first students in September 2016.

Next application deadline is 1 March 2024.

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Nordic Master in Cold Climate Engineering

Cold Climate Engineering students and programme coordinators from Aalto, NTNU and DTU together at a conference i Sisimiut, Greenland, May 2018.

Cold Climate Student Experience

In this video you can meet Lorenzo who is a Cold Climate Engineering student on his first semester.
Arctic Semester 2020 at Arctic DTU Campus Sisimiut. Cold Climate student Renato Sperandio Rodrigues from Brazil.

In Land track the students attend DTUs Arctic Semester in Greenland
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Focus on Arctic Geoengineering
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Focus on Arctic Ships and Offshore Structures
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Focus on mapping and observing the Arctic
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A unique opportunity to get hands-on experience in the Arctic.
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