You will study key issues that focus on sustainable, environmental friendly, ethical, and economical acceptable solutions in response to the multiple challenges relevant to the field of coastal and marine engineering. You will acquire knowledge on the most advanced tools and techniques.
You can choose between three study tracks:
Your first semester will be a common semester at NTNU in Norway.
Thereafter you will spend semesters at one of the other partner universities according to your track choice before you return to write your master’s thesis at one of the institutions that you have visited.
The universities participating in the Erasmus Mundus Master in CoMEM+ are:
To apply, go to the NTNU website
Erasmus Mundus CoMEM+ scholarships. In addition, if not awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship students can apply for Erasmus+ mobility scholarships. Erasmus+ programme also offers master’s degree student loans.