Registration & Fees

Registration for the first semester courses (Autumn 2017) has closed. Deadlines and procedures for registration for the 2nd semester (Spring 2018) will be announced in August 2017.

How to register

If you wish to apply for admission to the Wind Energy Master programme, or individual courses, please provide the following documents in English (or translated to English) in a single .pdf file:

  • Application form filled out with your details [download the template here]
  • Letter of motivation for following the programme or specific courses
  • Your CV
  • Proof of minimum two years of relevant work experience (e.g. a letter from your employer)
  • A scan of the page (or pages) of your passport that gives your name, date of birth, place of birth and the passport expiration date.
  • A certified copy of the original diploma for prior education.
  • Transcripts of records.

Please send your complete application by email to before the closing date.

When we have received all documents, we will carry out a screening for both the formal and academic admission requirements. There may be a limit on the number of participants that we can accept per semester.

You will be notified about the outcome by email no later than two months after registration has closed. 

Participation and tuition fees

Particpants from EU/EEA countries are required to pay a participation fee.

Participants located outside EU/EEA are not entitled to government support and must therefore pay both participation fee and tuition fee.

Participation fee (DKK/EUR) Tuition fee (DKK/EUR)
One 5-ECTS course  DKK 11.000 /EUR 1480 approx.

DKK 7.812 /EUR 1050 approx.
Final project, incl. supervision and examination  DKK 34.000 /EUR 4570 approx.
DKK 23.436/ EUR 3150 approx.

 Full programme DKK 133.000 /EUR 17890 approx.  DKK 93.744/ EUR 12600 approx. 

The total price for following the full Master programme is 133.000 DKK (approximately 17.890 EUR) for EU/EEA citizens, and 226.744 DKK (approximately 30.490 EUR) for others.

Some additional expenses for books and other teaching materials, software, and traveling are to be added. Most literature and software will be available through DTU for participants in the Master programme or in individual courses.

Registration and payments are made prior to each semester. DTU expects that the course fee to a large extent will be paid by the participants’ employers. 

When the deposit of a course fee is registered in DTU’s system, there will be no refunds.

Timeline in 2017

April 1 : Registration opens

June 15 : Registration closes and screening of participants begins

July 15 : Participants are notified about acceptance

August 15 : Payments for 1st semester are due

September : Courses begin