Joint MSc Programmes
The EuroTech Universities offer several joint MSc programmes within selected areas. These programmes are developed bilaterally between two universities in the Alliance.
1:1 MSc programmes
The 1:1 MSc programmes last two years and have the following key features:
- Students spend one year at each of the two universities offering the programme
- The MSc thesis is co-supervised by a professor from each of the two universities
- Students are registered as full degree students at their university of enrollment and as guest students at the partner university
- Students obtain an MSc degree from the university where they are enrolled as full degree students and receive a certificate from both universities.
The EuroTech Universities currently offer the following 1:1 MSc programmes:
TUM-DTU 1:1 MSc Programme in Physics and Nanotechnology
- DTU Website
- TUM Website
- DTU Contact: Rafael J. Taboryski
- TUM Contact: Dr. María Eckholt / Dr. Leticia Fimiani, email@example.com
TUM-DTU 1:1 MSc Programme in Environmental Engineering
TUM-DTU 1:1 MSc Programme in Computational Mechanics
EPFL-DTU 1:1 MSc Programme in Environmental Engineering
TUM-DTU 1:1 MSc Programme in Management
DTU-TUM 1:1 M.Sc. Programme in Energy Conversion and Storage (currently under development)
Double Degree MSc programme
Double Degree programmes usually last two to three years. After studies at both institutions, students are awarded a diploma from each institution. The EuroTech Universities currently offer two double degree programmes:
TUM-EPFL double MSc degree in Mechanical Engineering (with focus on Automotive Technology)
TUM-EPFL double MSc degree in Mathematics
These programmes enable students to graduate from TUM as well as from EPFL after having successfully completed the defined programme of engineering studies. Applicants are selected jointly. TUM students spend the first three semesters at EPFL, then finish with one semester and a master thesis at TUM. EPFL students start their studies at their home institution, after two semesters continue with two semesters and a master thesis at TUM.