The Green DRIVE Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Automotive Engineering is a 2-year course of 120 credits. Our objective is to train engineers in the skills and knowledge they need to work in the automotive industry of the future.
You will study the first year of the Master’s degree in 2 out of the 4 participating universities; that is, in 2 different countries. This rich multi-cultural background will help to develop your ability to adapt quickly and to work in different international environments.
During the second year of the Master you will work during the first semester either in industry or in a research laboratory. Our associated partners are leaders in the automotive field and you will be part of innovative and exciting projects. After this period of work placement, you will have the second semester to work on your thesis in either one of the participating universities or in another approved institution or organisation.
See our Curriculum for detailed information.
Who can apply?
Holders of a relevant degree from an approved university or students in their last year of a Bachelor programme.
Relevant subjects include, but are not necessarily limited to, automotive engineering, mechanical engineering, electromechanical engineering, electronics/ICT with specialisation in automotive engineering, electronics and automation, industrial technology, industrial engineering, industrial electrical engineering.
Applications for academic year 2019-2020 are closed.