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Electrical Service Engineering

Electrical Service Engineering is an Academy Profession degree of 120 ECTS.

Are you looking to work as a project manager or consultant in the electrical field, or is your dream perhaps to become an independent electrical installer? With the training as a Service Engineer, you can get the statutory authorization. This paves the way for a career with good jobs, as there is a great demand for trained installers in the industry.

Through this education, you will be equipped for various jobs in installation and consulting engineering companies as well as at electricity supply companies. Your title can be project manager, consulting engineer, department manager, service engineer, contractor manager, or self-employed. With an education as an electrical installer/service engineer, you have good cards in hand, regardless of where you want to work in the electrical field.



Electrical Service Engineering

Education Level

Academic Profession degree - 120 ECTS points


2 years


3 months SU-eligible internship

Study Start

August September







Content and structure

The education combines theory and practice. The first 3 semesters (1½ years) focus on theory, and you choose for yourself whether you want to study from home via distance learning or attend the campus in Randers.  If you participate online, you must attend the class while it is taking place. However, you must be aware that this may involve physical attendance at exams or parts of the teaching.

The theory teaching will be a combination of team teaching and project work. All teaching is based on concrete issues. During project work, companies will often be involved with cases or as an active part of a project. This gives you an insight into real problems you will encounter as a fully qualified electrical service engineer.

In the fourth and last semester, you must do an internship, where the theories must be put to the test. Here you will learn a lot about the business world, but also a lot about yourself. After the internship, you only need the final assignment before you finish your installation training.

You will be taught in state-of-the-art premises with the latest AV equipment, both in terms of sound and image, so that you feel present in the classroom, even if you are sitting at home.


  • Installation technique

    Here you will learn to solve technical and document problems within the energy and installation areas.

    You will also be introduced to how you can use your communication appropriately when you one day stand as a fully qualified electrical installer.

  • The company

    Here you learn  based on a given company's various parameters  to plan and implement various installation projects according to the applicable legislation and quality requirements.

  • Technology and design

    Here you will learn to plan and implement electrical installation and energy supply projects. For example, you learn to make technical calculations for electricity supply systems.

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