Grundläggande behörighet, avancerad nivå
Successful completion of a basic engineering program or a Bachelor´s degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS in the areas of physics, space physics, astronomy, engineering, electronics, mechatronics, space technology, computer science or equivalent. A minimum of 22.5 ECTS in mathematics at the university level is required. Applicants with earlier studies in Sweden must hold a "Kandidatexamen" in a relevant field or if the applicant is enrolled in European Diploma engineering programmes, or the equivalent, he/she must have completed at least three years of his/her studies.
Applicants must have documented skills in English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English B).
Meritvärdering och urval baseras på examensinriktning och kursinnehåll avseende kvalitet och kvantitet
Students receive Master Diploma certificates from two European universities.
The Course Consortium consists of six European universities, two Third-Country universities and five associated members.
During two years of full time studies the students obtain cross-disciplinary theoretical knowledge and practical skills by using the available space scientific facilities such as satellites, rockets, landers, stratospheric balloons, radar systems, robots and space instruments.
The Course has a common first year for all students. The first semester takes place at JMUW. The second semester takes place at LTU. During the third semester the students are distributed among the six European universities. During the forth semester the students perform their Master thesis projects at six European universities, two Third-Country universities and associate members.The thesis work is strongly connected to the current research and performs usually in collaboration with the space industry. The Erasmus Mundus scholarships from EACEA are available for EU and non-EU students. The Erasmus mobility grants are available during the second year. Additional scholarships are available from the Swedish Institute.
The Erasmus Mundus scholarships from EACEA are available for EU and non-EU students. The Erasmus mobility grants are available during the second year. Additional scholarships are available from the Swedish Institute.
The Course is given in English.
Luleå University of Technology, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering, Sweden (Space and Atmospheric Science; Space Technology and Instrumentation)
Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Germany (Automation, Control and Communication of Space Robotics)
Cranfield University, UK (Dynamics and Control of Systems and Structures)
Aalto University, Finland (Space Robotics and Automation Technology)
Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic (Space Automation and Control)
Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse, France (Space Technique and Instrumentaiton; Astrophysics, Space Science and Planetology)
The graduated students have wide and deep competence and therefore are ready to work within the modern and most technologically advanced areas: fundamental space research, space technology and engineering, applied engineering and electronics. The added value of the SpaceMaster Course compared with other courses in the same field can be summarised as:
SpaceMaster students work today at ESTEC-ESA, SSC, EADS, Astrium, DLR, Volvo Aero, LKAB, European universities and space companies around the world.
Information about the Course, eligibility requirements and application procedure: http://www.spacemaster.eu
Application deadline: January 15, 2012
An applicant shall submit complete documents before January 16, 2012 in order to be considered for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship. All applicants are encouraged to submit their documents immediately after registering at www.studera.nu.
Sista ansökningsdag: 2012-01-16
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