Master Programme in Space Science and Technology
- Luleå University of Technology, Sweden (LTU)
- Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Germany (JMUW)
- Cranfield University, UK(CU)
- Aalto University, Finland (AALTO)
- CzechTechnical University, Prague, Czech Republic (CTU)
- Université Paul Sabatier-Toulouse III, France (UPS)
- The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science, Japan (UT)
- Utah State University, USA(USU)
The course has a compulsory first year of studies for all students. The first semester takes place at JMUW, and the second semester at LTU. During the third semester the students are distributed among the six European universities within the consortium. During the forth semester the students conduct their Master thesis projects at one of the six European partner universities, The University of Tokyo, Utah State University or at any of the associate consortium members.The thesis work is usually linked to ongoing research projects and performed in collaboration with space industry.
Normal, Autumn 2017
Successful completion of a basic engineering program or a Bachelor´s degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS in the areas of physics (space, plasma, atmospheric, nuclear, particle, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics), space science, planetology, astronomy, atmospheric science, remote sensing, numerical simulations, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, space engineering, aerospace engineering, robotics, automation, communication, electronics, mechatronics, control theory 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.
Documented skills in English language.More information about English language requirements »
The selection procedure is based on academic qualifications, quality and quantity aspects
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