The GREEN DRIVE Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Automotive Engineering is a 2-year course of 120 credits.
You will study the first year of the Master’s degree in 3 out of the 4 participating universities; that is, in 3 different countries. This rich multi-cultural background will help to develop your ability to adapt quickly and to work in different international environments.
The first trimester, the students will take 15 ECTS of core Automotive courses / 6 ECTS of entrepreneurship and communications courses at the University of Anwerp.
The second trimester students switch to Loughborough University where they will complete another 21 ECTS of the Automotive core programme.
The third semester students will specialize for 18 ECTS either at :
- the University of Deusto in Bilbao, Spain in the areas of CIT technologies, human comfort and lightweight structures,
- Or at University of Bordeaux in France on electric and hybrid vehicles and transport organisation.
During the second year of the Master you will work for 6 months 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 a further 6 months to work on your thesis in either one of the participating universities or in another approved institution or organisation.