In March 2009 an application for EU & U.S. Atlantis funding for the development and implementation of a transatlantic dual master’s degree in Sustainability, Technology and Innovation was submitted by DIT to the Atlantis funding agency EACEA of the EU. This application was coordinated by Dr. Mike Murphy and Mr. Donal McHale of DIT, and was developed in collaboration with Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) Barcelona, Spain and Purdue University, Indiana, U.S.A. Funding was granted in August 2009 and lasts for four years, covering both transatlantic student and faculty (staff) mobility, and also some administrative costs.
This Master’s programme (DT713) is a fulltime programme consisting of one semester at each European institution and two semesters at Purdue University. General plans of study are used to design the specific plan of study for each student. Each specific plan of study is agreed upon by the academic programme committee, made up of one representative from each institution, and the individual student. Along with modules in the thematic areas of sustainability, technology and innovation, students will also engage in Spanish/English language and cultural learning activities. Students must accumulate 120 ECTS credits through successful engagement in their agreed plan of study to be eligible to receive the two awards mentioned below.
Enhanced capability with research & development Global perspectives on technology, technology management & sustainability Innovation and related process skills Awareness of, and capability with, entrepreneurship procedures Enhanced cross cultural communication & professional effectiveness Graduate level of technological expertise in one or more technology fields
Applicants must: be citizens of the European Union or third-country nationals who had been legal residents in the European Union for at least three years (and for the purpose other than study). hold an Honours Degree (NQF level 8) in a relevant discipline at an award grade of no less than 2.2 or equivalent. have no impediment to acquiring an appropriate visa to allow transatlantic mobility.
10 May 2017
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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