Architectural technology and construction management

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Contact your Study & Career Counsellor

Julie Stigsen
Julie Stigsen
Study and Career Advisor
T: +45 46 46 00 62
Trine Ryholm Hestbæk
Trine Ryholm Hestbæk
Study & Career Advisor
T: +45 46 46 00 62

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Read more about how the study and career counselors can help you at the study and career guidance page

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This is where you will find info and links to KEA's Subject and Module Catalog and the Active Enrolment Model. You'll also be able to find the current curriculum for your programme and your latest timetables. If you are looking for a former curriculum you'll find it at

Find your classroom

Do you have doubts about where your classroom is located? Find it on the map of Prinsesse Charlottes Gade

Contact your Head of Programme

Claudio Spaziani Testa
Claudio Spaziani Testa
Head of Programme

Social life

Student life is something we create together. At KEA Student Life we work for a good student life and environment at KEA. We hold social as well as study-related events and intro parties, plus we engage students in KEA’s volunteer organisations.

You can keep an eye on upcoming events in the calendar or at KEA Student Life on Facebook.


If you have good ideas or any other input regarding events, clubs, parties, etc., do write to Stephan, Søren, Kathrine and Maria from KEA Student Life.

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Want to volunteer?

At KEA there are many ways to engage as a volunteer, both in social and professional contexts. As a volunteer at KEA, you have a unique opportunity to gain influence on the organisation, while attaining a lot of new skills, expanding your CV and boosting your network.

Volunteer work includes:

  • Buddy scheme
  • Bars
  • Rus (Freshmen’s events)
  • DSR (Students’ association)
  • SMR (Study environment representative)

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Monkeybar is situated at Prinsesse Charlottes Gade. It’s party time every Friday, under the motto: Welcome to the jungle!

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Contact the Study Administration

At Lygten 16, The Study Administration are ready to help you with some of the practical things around your studies. You can either write to us or call us and get the help you need.

If you have questions specifically about SU, you can also meet us at Lygten 16 in building A, where we sit in or next to the reception. You can meet us on the following day at Lygten 16:

Friday from 9 am to 12 pm (SU guide)

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You can also call us on +45 46 46 00 00. We are ready to answer questions:

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Internship is a mandatory part of your programme at KEA. The length of the internship depends on the programme you are attending.

  • AP or top-up degrees: 10 weeks internship corresponding to 15 ECTS credits.
  • Bachelor degrees: 20 weeks internship corresponding to 30 ECTS credits.
  • Optometry: 1,5 years internship corresponding to 90 ECTS credits.

You cannot do an internship for more or fewer weeks, and the working hours of your internship must be 37 hours per week. You cannot move your internship and do it at a different time.

As a starting point, the working hours should lie in the daytime on weekdays. However, the company and the intern can agree to place some of the hours in the evening or at the weekend.

If, for documented health reasons, you cannot do a 37-hour internship per week, you may apply for exemption for your internship to last more days but of shorter hours.

Apply for exemption via SDBF.DK. You could also talk to KEA Study and Career Guidance under Centre for Guidance and Academic Support before applying.

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Types of internship

One the Architectural Technology and Construction Management programme you can do the following types of internship:

  • Workplace internship
  • International internship

Read more about the different types of internship

Contact your internship coordinator

Asger Halberg Hansen
Asger Halberg Hansen
Internship Coordinator - Build and Design
T: +45 24 98 36 88

Got questions about internship?

Contact your lecturers

If you have specific questions about

  • Relevant work tasks
  • Programme specific guidelines for your internship
  • Internship exam

Contact the internship coordinators

If you have questions about

  • General guidelines for the internship
  • Internship contract flow
  • Insurance

Internship phone: +45 46 46 00 61


Architectural technologists and construction managers have many opportunities for employment in the private or public construction industries, e.g. with architects or engineers, as state and municipal employees, in housing and management companies, with contractors, banks/credit associations and at technical institutions.

The BA in Architectural Technology and Construction Management will equip you for a wide range of exciting jobs, primarily in the construction sector – for example in engineering, construction and architecture companies, but also in organisations affiliated with the sector – such as federal and local government departments, housing and management companies, insurance companies, banks and credit institutions and technological institutes.


Below you can find more information on different job types depending on the  employer.

  • Graduates employed by consulting architects and engineers will end up working on planning construction projects, from proposal to finished design, e.g.:

    • planning building structures and technical installations
    • preparing financial estimates, schedules and work plans
    • organising and conducting tendering procedures
    • managing and coordinating work by contractors at the construction site
    • inspecting quality, price and time
    • planning and managing the planning phase in the studio
  • Graduates employed by contractors will work with activities such as:

    • preparing bids for construction work
    • planning and managing work on site
    • inspecting and supervising quality, price and time
  • Graduates can also seek jobs with building product manufacturers, where they will typically work with:

    • designing building product components
    • preparing bids for production and delivery
    • planning production at the workshop, factory or construction site


If you wish to continue your studies after completing thisprogramme, you can apply for admission to a range of master’s degree programmes:

  • Entrepreneurial Engineering, Techno-Anthropology, Building Industry Management, Building Informatics, Master of Science and Technology, Construction Management at AAU.
  • MSc in Arch. Technology and Building Performance at Edinburgh Napier University, UK.
  • MSc in Project Management at Northumbria University, UK.

Please note that it is up to the universities and their master’s degree programmes to decide whether you have the right academic level following your studies at KEA. You can do a master’s degree in Denmark or abroad.


Your programme forms part of the approved state education system in Denmark, which is governed by the Minister for Higher Education and Science.

The curriculum is a legal document which lays down a number of provisions for your programme within the framework of applicable laws and ministerial orders. Among other things, the curriculum describes your subjects, what semester they occur in, their intended learning goals for your knowledge, skills and competences, how to work with the study and when the exams will take place.

You’ll find the curriculum for your programme on your programme pageon your programme page.

At the website of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science you’ll find the laws and orders that apply to education in general or to a specific programme at KEA.

Alternatively, you can go to where you can make a free-text search throughout the Danish register of laws and regulations – including the orders on specific programmes.

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Study guide

In the Study Guide you can find everything worth knowing as a student at KEA. From student life and bars, over labs and entrepreneurship to what you should do if you get sick before your exam.