The Web Development course, which is available in Esbjerg, builds on the Computer Science course or the Multimedia Design and Communication course.
Programmes
Web Development
Bachelor

Web Develop­ment

Duration
1.5 years
Economy
SU
Start of term
September
Locations
Esbjerg
Languages
English
Programme assessment
EASV
Average
Next application deadline:
15. March 2019 - Quota 2/Foreign applicants
16. June 2019 - Danish Citizen

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frequently asked questions

When you have completed your Multimedia Design and Communication or Computer Science course, you can go on to our Web Development course. This course teaches you to analyse and use systems such as XML or CMS.

The course teaches you to work with development of the World Wide Web’s standards as a platform for applications and with content management systems.

The Web Development course takes one and a half years to complete and builds on your Computer Science course or your Multimedia Design and Communication course. Initially, you will be taught front-end or back-end development. This depends on whether you have been on the Computer Science or Multimedia Design and Communication course.

The Web Development course is comprised of three semesters, each of which consists of four core fields. The course also includes an internship and a final exam project.

The course includes the following core fields:

  • Web Development (front-end if you are on the Computer Science course and back-end if you are on the Multimedia Design and Communication course)
  • Development environments
  • Databases
  • Interface design

INTERNSHIP

Your internship is in the third semester. You decide yourself if your internship is with a company in Denmark or a company abroad.

BOOK LIST

You find the book list for Web Development here

 

Academic regulations

Previous curricula can be obtained by contacting the academy.

You must have completed one of the following courses if you are going to apply for a place on the Web Development course.

You can also ask for a competence assessment on the basis of an academy profession programme or a diploma course.

FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Please read about our admission process for international students in Incoming Full Degree Students.

After you have completed your Web Development course you can find a job in the IT industry, for example with companies in their development departments, or you can find a job with a software company. You can also go for a career as a self-employed web developer.

The following are examples of jobs you can find after having completed your web development course:

  • Web developer
  • Web designer
  • Front-end developer
  • Interface developer
  • Webmaster
  • Web programmer

SU (State education grant) for foreign citizens (students)

If you are a foreign citizen, you must fulfil specific conditions in order to be granted equal status with Danish citizens and receive the state educational grant (SU).

You can read more about it at SU.dk

SU (State education grant) for Danish citizens (students)

While you are studying, you are eligible for SU. You can apply for this when you have been admitted to the education, but you should be aware that you cannot apply for SU until one month prior to the month from which you are eligible to receive your SU. If you begin your education later than the 20th in the month, you are eligible to SU from the following month. This means that if your begin your education on August 21st or later, then you are not eligible for SU until the month of September.

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