BSc. MSc. PhD continuing education

CMI offers a technical-scientific Bachelor of Science (BSc) programme "ITCOM" and an engineering Master of Science (MSc) programme within ICT, media technologies and business development: "ICTE". Courses are taught in English. Students are requited internationally, currently from more than 16 countries.

The educations are research-based, and they have been designed in close collaboration with Danish industry partners and organizations, which are expected to be among the employers of the future bachelors and candidates from CMI.

Students, who complete these educations, will:

  • Acquire a deep technical knowledge about innovative communication technologies and entrepreneurship and an understanding of technical, organizational and market-related drivers which are shaping the convergence of these technologies,
  • Be able – in a creative manner – to take advantage of the huge potential of the new technologies possess, in terms of new business opportunities and services/solutions, aiming at targeted needs of the end users,
  • Be able to assess and compare relevant technologies in order to optimize technology choices and strategic decisions in the global market, 
  • Be able to develop applications and services which are relevant for the users, design optimized user interfaces and contribute to realization of the best user experiences.

The MSc programme had its first intakes in September 2009 and February 2010, and the BSc programme was launched September 2010.

Hear student's opion about ITCOM on YouTube. Hear a student testimonial about studying at ICTE, also on YouTube.

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IT, communication and new media

ITCOM is a three year Bsc. Education in IT, communication and new media. However the BSc. programme does enroll new students.


PhD Education

The PhD program of CMI builds on the general interdisciplinary research platform of CMI. 

Projects can either be technically oriented or interdisciplinary. Technology developments can be examined in a broader societal context. This means that market, policy, economic, and other social conditions for technology developments can be examined. 

The PhD program of CMI is part of the Doctoral Program of the Department of Planning but hosts also PhD students from other AAU PhD schools.

For information on CMI’s PhD program and on admission contact: Professor Anders Henten, email:


Innovative communication technologies and entrepreneurship

The MSc programme is application-oriented and combines a solid technical engineering knowledge about communication technologies and converging media (mobile phones, Internet and digital TV) with innovation, creativity, market, and user perspectives.


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Continuing Education MICT

The Master in Information and Communication Technologies (mICT) is an international Master's program at Aalborg University designed for you who work in the ICT industry and want to keep your job while you are participating in a Master's program. The courses are mainly given in the evening and during weekends.