(MSc) in Circular Economy
New student 2019
12 August: Matriculation ceremony
Place: Gløshaugen Campus
Matriculation ceremony part II:
- Time: 12.00
- Place: Auditorium R10, Natural Sciences building, Gløshaugen Campus
13 - 16 August: Orientation week
We strongly encourage all new international students to attend Orientation Week 13 - 16 August. It is an ideal opportunity for you to get to know NTNU and Trondheim.
Norwegian students admitted to an international Master’s programme are not required to attend the Orientation week activities for new international students. However, Norwegian students are required to attend the matriculation ceremony on 14 August, since the matriculation ceremony is compulsory for all new students.
The International Master's Programme on Circular Economy (CIRCLE) is a 2 year (120 ECTS) Erasmus Mundus master study and is taught in English.
The objective is to offer an international and interdisciplinary Master's programme at the highest level, to candidates that seek to make an essential contribution to the transition towards a resource-efficient and sustainable society.
The programme admits 16 students every year, and provides them with an interdisciplinary approach to environmental sustainability with emphasis on research and practical problem solving to achieve a circular economy. The programme includes a mobility scheme, allowing students to experience the international expertise in Circular Economy in Europe and beyond.
The international profile and academic acknowledgement of the study consortium ensures competences and skills of the students, increasing their employability. The academic partners in CIRCLE comprises universities from three continents and seven countries. Each student will spend at least one semester (30 ECTS) at two different EU partner universities.
Degree: Master of Science
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Restricted addmission: Yes
Language of instruction: English
Host Facultyr: Faculty of Engineering
Host Department: Department of energy and process engineering
City: Graz (Austria), Trondheim (Norway), Delft (Netherlands), Leiden (Netherlands), Gothenburg (Sweden), Tokyo (Japan), Bejing (China), Perth (Australia)
Application deadline: January 15th