Relevant engineering degrees in the plastics industry
The opportunities are countless if you interested in becoming an engineer in the plastics industry.
Several engineering degrees are relevant and important in the plastics industry. Danish plastics companies need different types of engineers working with the common goal of finding solutions to the different challenges we are facing.
There is a constant and big demand for talented engineering professionals in the plastics companies in Denmark and around the world.
When it comes to product design, process development, production method improvement and so forth, engineers are indispensable.
In other words, the technical insight gained from an engineering degree is useful in all parts of a company and can be applied into much more than the direct focus of the specific degree.
We have gathered a list of relevant engineering degrees:
The Bachelor of Engineering (diplomingeniøruddannelsen) takes 3 ½ years to complete and includes a mandatory internship. The education is somewhat practical oriented and after 3 ½ years, you are ready to enter the job market. With a bachelor of engineering, it is also possible to go on to the master and become a civil engineer.
The Master of Engineering (civilingeniør-uddannelsen) consists of a 3-year bachelor and a 2-year master. Internhsip is not a mandatory part of the degree, and it is necessary to complete all 5 years.