We offer several joint MSc programmes in selected areas. These programmes are developed bilaterally between two universities of the Alliance. While 1:1 programmes award a degree at the home university and a certificate at the host university, double degree programmes award a degree at both universities.

Please note that in addition to the programmes mentioned below, the six universities have a multitude of bilateral Erasmus agreements for both Bachelor’s and Master’s level in place. Please refer directly to your university’s corresponding office to learn more about these opportunities.

1:1 Master’s programmes

EuroTech 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 enrolment 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.

Currently, we offer the following 1:1 MSc programmes:

DTU-TUM
Physics and Nanotechnology

Link to DTU website | Link to TUM website

DTU-TUM
Environmental Engineering

Link to DTU website | Link to TUM website

DTU-EPFL
Environmental Engineering

Link to DTU website | Link to EPFL website

DTU-TUM
Energy Conversion and Storage

Link to DTU website | Link to TUM website

DTU-TUe
Sustainable Energy Technology

In preparation, information to follow

DTU-TUe
Electrical Engineering

In preparation, information to follow

Double Master’s degree programmes

EuroTech double degree programmes usually last two to three years. After studies at both institutions, students are awarded a diploma from each university. The EuroTech Universities currently offer the following double degree programmes:

EPFL-X
Sciences and Engineering | French “Ingénieur Polytechnicien”

Link to EPFL website | Link to L’X website

X-Technion
Sciences and Engineering | French “Ingénieur Polytechnicien”

Link to L’X website | Link to Technion website

EPFL-TUM
Mechanical Engineering

Link to EPFL website | Link to TUM website

X-TUM
Computer Science

Link to L’X website | Link to TUM website

Contact

Please contact the respective universities and their departments directly. In case of doubt, kindly refer to the Operations Board members of the corresponding university.

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