Welcome to the SpaceMaster Program in Würzburg

 

2014.08.27

Quality Review

We are proud to announce that the Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology-SpaceMaster Course has been labeled “a very interesting and valuable Erasmus Mundus Master Course” after an official 2014 Quality Review assessment by the European Commission. As a result, the SpaceMaster Course has been formally included to the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) Catalogue of EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency). The SpaceMaster Course scores particularly well in terms of “attractiveness” and “sustainability.”



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Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology

here at Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg which was established in 1402. Throughout its long tradition it formed a reputation for outstanding results in research and science. 13 Nobel-Prize-Winners are linked to JMUW and it is currently listed among the 10 leading German Universities.

This Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Space Science and Technology – SpaceMaster,
120 ECTS, attracts highly qualified students from around the world to study space science and technology in a research-oriented environment at six excellent European universities and two outstanding universities in Asia and in the USA .

The educational cooperation is supported by associated scientific and industrial organisations. This provides direct contacts with professional research and business sectors.

Lectures are taught in English. Successful students earn a double Master Degree, i.e. a Thesis certificate from Luleå University of Technology and a Thesis certificate from a second European partner university.

Excellent career opportunities bear good prospects for the future of our graduates. 

 

 

 

 

Partners:

LULEA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Sweden (Co-ordinating institution)
JULIUS MAXIMILIAN UNIVERSITY OF WURZBURG, Germany
CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE, Czech Republic
AALTO UNIVERSITY, Finland
CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY, United Kingdom
UNIVERSITY OF TOULOUSE 3 PAUL SABATIER, France
UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, Japan
UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, United States