I would recommend to apply as soon as possible to courses since the cool ones can get pretty fast overbooked. As for the subjects I chose, I took three subjects which were far from what I was taking in my home country. They were not about numbers and calculations niether programming.But still they had something in common with the IT world.
All three subjects I highly recommend for people who would like to have a rest from programming and mathematics for a while and have some more time to see more of the country. Standardization in Telecommunication: It is about standards in our everyday life.
Intranet in the Virtual organization: also interesting subject about communication between people using the intranet.
Strategy and Planning: this is a good subject if you are planning to manage a company some day.
As for the rest of the programs I chose
Real Time Systems. Noe here there is a little more of thinking but it is a very interesting subject about automatas.
Embedded Systems: This is a subject I would prefer not to have. Lectures are boring however the labs are interesting but still a lot of electronics and cables which is not for me
Many Danish students continued to speak in DANISH even after their teachers asked them to speak in English, as our classes were in English. They even protested having to work with international students in groups. I found that very offensive, and chose to stay with international students. However, there were also many nice Danish students.. you just have to be lucky in who you meet. Anyway, emphasis is placed on group work so make sure you choose wisely because there will be a lot of work!
The Technical University of Denmark (DTU), founded in 1829, is currently Denmark's leading centre for engineering education and research. DTU's campus is located in a suburb 10km north of the Copenhagen city centre.
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