Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree - 2 years
Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management
Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management
CoMEM+ intake 2022
Application deadline for non-european applicants: May 15th
Application deadline for european applicants: May 29th
NB! Applicants for track 3 (Shore Management) have better chance to receive scholarship than those applying for other tracks.
Coastal areas and shallow seas concentrate people, economic activities and environmental assets, providing major opportunities as well as conflicts and hazards. These issues are dynamic. Growing coastal populations and economies, degrading ecosystem services and climate change trends lead to an uncertain future. There is a need for young engineers that can develop innovative and enterprising approaches to tackle these complex and emerging issues.
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:
- Future Ports and Waterways
- Coastal Environmental Engineering
- Shore Management
Study at three or four European universities
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 Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management (CoMEM+) are:
- Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Norway
- Caen Institute of Civil Engineering and Construction in France
- University of Caen Normandy in France
- Universitat Politecnica Catalunya in Spain
- University of Genoa in Italy
Minimum requirements in order for applicants to be considered:
- You must hold a BSc degree in Coastal-, Civil-, Ocean- or Environmental Engineering; or BSc degree in Marine sciences, Earth sciences, Oceanography, Environmental sciences. The degree should comprise a minimum of 180 ECTS. You must have a minimum of 30 ECTS in mathematics/statistics in your BSc degree.
- English proficiency.
- BSc Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 75% of the scale minimum.
There is no tuition fees for this master's degree programme. How to apply and admission requirements.
Application deadline for non-european students: May 15th
Application deadline for european students: May 29th
Graduates of Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management (CoMEM+) are future innovators and entrepreneurs in their fields by making a difference though contributing in solving global challenges.
All partner institutions have excellent records regarding employability. Through your exposure to new challenges and factors for solutions in a modern context in the CoMEM+ field, you will experience being attractive for employers. The programme ensures this through activities such as visits to on-going project sites and consultancy companies, guest lecturers, supervision, internship placements from associated partners and experienced scholars participating in the programme.
Close interaction with and accreditation from professional industrial bodies ensures you a competitive edge to work and operate in a dynamic global environment. This is your career prospects.
This Erasmus Mundus Master's degree programme extends over two academic years and constitutes a course load of 120 ECTS.
You will get to study the first semester at NTNU and thereafter you can spend two semesters at two different partner universities before you return to write your Master's thesis at one of the institutions that you have visited.
You can choose between three study tracks; Future Ports and Waterways, Coastal Environmental Engineering and Shore Management. This is how the study programme is structured.
Your day as a student on Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management (CoMEM+) will consist of lectures, laboratory work, field trips, use of relevant software, group work, presentations and production of posters. Study environment at CoMEM+.
We can help your with questions about the study programme or any other academic questions. How to contact us.
What our student says
What our students say
“Take the opportunity to get more knowledge, international exposure and grow as a professional based on your specific field of interest”.
- Arun Kamath and Ekatarina Kim, CoMEM students