European Master in Software Engineering

Mobility and Double Degree Agreements

Student Mobility

Being a master with 120 ECTS and a duration of 2 years, EMSE offers students the possibility to apply to mobility programs that are not feasible in shorter masters.

The European Master in Software Engineering promotes and considers one of its main strenghts the possibility for students of completing the second year of the master, or at least one of its two semesters, in a different university in a different country.

Currently there are several opportunities for student mobility:


Double Degree Agreements

Double Degree Programme with Admission before the start of Studies

Admission to the following double degree program opens around December each academic year, as if it were a stand-alone degree (admission must be requested independently of admission for the local UPM EMSE Master program, and with earlier deadlines). Even if the mobility is carried out in the second year of studies, candidates must ask for admission before enrollment for their first year of studies in UPM EMSE Master program.

 

European Masters Course in Software Engineering - UKL, FUB, UoO

The European Masters Course in Software Engineering double degree program is designed to educate the professionals in Software Engineering that are needed by the European ICT industry. This joint Masters Course aims at being the most knowledgeable 2-year MSc program in Europe that awards a degree in Software Engineering, preparing world-class students for both research and professional careers. The quality of the double degree program has been acknowledge by the European Commission awarding the Erasmus Mundus quality label on 2015, including a generous scholarship programme. In this program the students have the opportunity to obtain a double degree by studying each of the two academic courses in a different university out of the academic partners in the consortium. Moreover, Associated Partners offer opportunities for student internships. Up to now many students have profited by this opportunity.

Currently EMSE is out reaching world wide with associated partners in 3 continents (Europe, South America and Asia). The consortium has become a network of academic, research and industry partners.

The consortium Academic Partners are the following ones:

The following universities, research centers, and companies are Associated Partners in the consortium:

More information in the Official European Masters Course in Software Engineering website.

Double Degree Programmes with Admission after the start of Studies

Admission to the following double degree programs opens in December each academic year to spend a mobility year in the partner University the next academic year.

University of Beihang (BUAA)

The University of Beihang (BUAA) in Beijing (China) is one of the three leading universities in China in the engineering field, with more than 26000 students, offering the opportunity to know first hand of the higher rising markets in the software business in the world.

Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)

The University Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago (3rd largest city in the USA) offers the opportunity to get a IIT degree on Computer Science with business specialization. The agreement between UPM and IIT implies an important discount in the Master level enrollment fees for UPM students under a double degree program (around 50% discount). The graduates from this program can enjoy 1 and a half years of work permit included in student visa immediately upon graduation. Requirements: TOEFL of 90 iBT or IELTS score of 6.5 or PTE of 63, and GRE.

Mobility of Professors

The master has received as visiting professors some of the most recognized researchers and professionals in Software Engineering worldwide, who taught seminars with a duration of one to four weeks: