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  • (S): Denotes that the agreement is fulfilled and signed. 
  • (AinP): Denotes that the agreement is under negotiations but there is the commitment to carry it out.

Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) -(S)

Code: USACHICAGO01
Location: Chicago (Illinois, USA)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Signed
Offered Masters Degree Programs:

-Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (32 c.h.)
-Master of Science in Computer Engineering (32 c.h.)
-Master of Biomedical Imaging & Signals (30 c.h.)
-Master of Network Engineering (30 c.h.)
-Master of Telecommunications & Software Engineering (30 c.h.)
-Master of Information Technology & Management (30 c.h.)
-Master of Cyber Forensics and Security (30 c.h.)
-Master of Information Technology and Management (30 c.h.)

 

For further information about the offered programs and their study programs, go to the next LINK.

Entering period:  Fall/Spring
Requirements:  Courses: Bachelor Degree (240 ECTS) + 1st year Master MET at ETSETB (60 ECTS) + Compulsory courses and Research (6 months) at IIT (in total 64 ECTS)
 Before leaving:
- Two letters of recommendation. 
- Professional statement. 
- Certified transcripts in English/Catalan/Spanish. 
- Financial support form.
- Official TOEFL (90 ibt) or IELTS (6.5 or PTE - 63) scores must be sent directly to IIT Chicago, as well as the official GRE general scores as indicated at: admissions.iit.edu/graduate/apply/degree-seeking-checklist GRE).
- Those accepted who wish to complete the program in 12 months must inform their IIT academic adviser at their first meeting so that an appropiate schedule can be planned.
Deadlines: - Fall: Feb 15th. 
- Spring: Nov 15th.
Notification of Admission: Notification of acceptance will be mailed to students. All other documents needed will be sent as well.
Financial Responsability: - All ETSETB's students will be responsible for any fees not covered by scolarships or waivers (including, but no limited to, tuition fees, room and board, insurance, books, supplies and personal expenses. 
- All ETSETB students shall be required to participate in IIT's Student Health Plan, for the duration pf their enrollment at IIT.
Scolarships: Master of Engineering or Master of Information Technology & Management students may be eligible to receive a 9 ECTS tuition scolarship for two consecutives semesters. Those nominated for such scolarship must meet all admission requirements and must enroll for at least 24 ECTS in their program of study per semester. Scolarship cannot be renewed after the first year.

  *Note: Note: 1 c.h. (credit hours) = 2 ECTS 

Institut Superiéur de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE-SUPAERO) - (S)

Code: F TOULOUS16
Location: Toulouse (Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Signed
Offered Masters Degree Programs:

Ingénieur ISAE - Supaero

Entering period: ONLY Fall
Requirements:  Courses: Opt.1 (4 semesters - 120 ECTS): BSc and 1st year of MSc at ETSETB --> 2nd year and 1st semester of 3rd year + 1 semester for TFM (4th semester) at ISAE - SUPAERO
Opt.2 (3 semesters - 90 ECTS): BSc and 1st year of MSc at ETSETB --> 1st semester of 2nd year + 1 semester for TFM + 1st semester of 3rd year
Languages: - French: B1 level In order to obtain the DD, they must also satisfy English level at the end of their studies: + TOEFL paper-based: minimum 550 points. + TOEFL internet based: minimum 80 points.
Application deadlines: ONLY Fall: Feb 15th.
Notification of Admission: Notification of acceptance will be mailed to students. All other documents needed will be sent as well.
Control of results: At the end pf each year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student's transcripts in english.
Conditions to be awarded with DD: Both institutions have to confirm that their respective study programmes have been successfully completed.
Legal and social obligations: -Students have to sign the IT charter. 
-No information can be exchange if any of the two parties disagrees. 
-European health insurance card or similar and civil liability insurance.
Material terms: All costs of travel, accomodation, books, equipment, consumables, student union fees and other expenses arising out of the exchange will be met by the students

Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan - Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) - (S)

Code: S STOCKHO04
Location: Stockholm (Sweden)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Signed
Offered Masters Degree Programs:

Electrical Engineering - Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. You may choose between the following programs:

 

  • Master's programme in Electric Power Engineering.
  • Master's programme in Electrophysics.
  • Master's programme in Information and Network Engineering.
  • Master's programme in Systems, Control and Robotics.
For further information about these study programs, requirements and specializations, go to the next LINK.
Entering period: Fall/Spring
Requirements:  Courses: In principal, as the standard course of study, the students are expected to complete five years of studies in the home institution in total. The host institution will then demand as a minimum one year (60 ECTS-credits) of courses plus the Final degree project, all specified in an individual Learning Agreement. This amount of studies is expected to fulfill the requirements of the degrees on both sides. Prerequisite language courses are not counted within this frame of studies.
Languages:

Swedish (B1/B2).

With no previous knowledge in Swedish, it currently requires passing 4 courses of 7.5 credits each (A1; A2; B1; B1/B2).

As an alternative, the students can choose to take the Swedish language test for higher education called TISUS.

Since Swedish language is a prerequisite for studies, the credits for the Swedish language courses are not included in the credits counting towards the degree, but can be distributed on a course certificate at the end of the study period.

Application deadline:

Fall semester: April 15th for studies/project work starting in August/September or later in the autumn.

Spring semester: October 15th for studies/project work starting in January or later in the spring.

Apply:

Applications must include:

  • a completed application form
  • a preliminary study plan
  • a curriculum vitae
  • a transcript of the student's records including courses and marks
  • a letter of intent from the student
  • a letter of confirmation from the sending institution stating that the candidate has been nominated for this particular exchange program
Notification of Admission: The letters of admission must be sent by June 1st. The coordinators of each institution will also be informed of its students’ final admission by June 1st (KTH and UPC ETSETB).
Control of results: At the end of each year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student's transcripts in English.
Conditions to be awarded with DD: Both institutions have to confirm that their respective study programmes have been successfully completed.
Legal and social obligations: Students participating under this agreement shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the host institution during the entire duration of their stay. They will also have the rights and privileges enjoyed by other students enrolled at the host institution.
Material terms: Students will be responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during the stay, including accommodation, books, equipment, consumables, language tuition prior to the commencement of coursework (where necessary), health insurance, student union fee (if applicable) and other expenses arising out of the exchange.

Politecnico di Milano (PM) - (AinP)

Code: I MILANO02
Location: Milano (Lombardia, Italia)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Agreement in process and commitment to carry it out
Offered Masters Degree Programs: Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria (Telecommunication Engineering)
Entering period:  Fall/Spring
Requirements:  Courses:

The required background for the applicants is a completed Bachelor Degree in Engineering, Science or equivalent of at least 180 ECTS undergraduate credits, at least 60 ECTS in Telecommunications, Electronics or Computer Science.

Students will stay 3 semesters at PM after a complete 1st year at ETSETB.

Languages: Italian and English.
Admissions:

- The parties shall agree on the application procedure, including application deadlines, selection criteria and student quota. They will be defined in the appendices.

- The students must meet the admission criteria of the Master’s programmes of both institutions. 
- Students are selected and admitted to the Programme based on their academic results, prerequisite requirements, motivation and language skills. The selection is carried out in collaboration between the two institutions. 
- Students shall have a home institution and a host institution defined. 
- Prerequisite for the mobility is that the student has successfully completed a sufficient number of credits at the home institution. 
- No tuition fees are required at the host institution for students participating in the Programme. All students must pay the ETSETB-UPC diploma issue fee .

Control of results: At the end of the academic year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student’s transcript in English. The parties agree that exams/courses shall be graded and awarded credits according to the rules of the institution where the exam/course is carried out.
Conditions to be awarded with DD: In order to be awarded the UPC and the PM master’s degree, students must obtain at least 60 ECTS credits programme in each institution. In accordance with legislation in force, students must defend their master’s thesis at UPC in order to be awarded UPC’s master degree.
Legal and social obligations: Students participating in the Programme will be entitled to participate in any introductory programme that may customarily be arranged for international students at the host institution. Students participating under this Agreement shall be enrolled as degree students. Students shall have the same rights and obligations as degree students in the respective institutions.
Material terms: During the mobility, students will be responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during their stay, including accommodation, books, equipment, consumables, language tuition prior to the commencement of coursework (where necessary), health and travel insurance, student union fee (if applicable) and other personal expenses arising out of the exchange.

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) - (S)

Code: PERLIMA06
Location: Lima (Perú)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Agreement in process and commitment to carry it out
Offered Masters Degree Programs: Maestría en Ingeniería de las Telecomunicaciones
Entering period: Fall/Spring
Requirements:  Courses: Students will perform two complete semesters at ETSETB, and after that, two complete semesters at PUCP (the second one dedicated to fulfil their TFM).
Languages: The language of instruction of the Cluster Dual Master’s Degree Programme is mainly English at UPC and Spanish at PUCP.
Admissions:

- The parties shall agree on the application procedure, including application deadlines, selection criteria and student quota. They will be defined in the appendices.

- The students must meet the admission criteria of the Master’s programmes of both institutions. 
- Students are selected and admitted to the Programme based on their academic results, prerequisite requirements, motivation and language skills. The selection is carried out in collaboration between the two institutions. 
- Students shall have a home institution and a host institution defined. 
- Prerequisite for the mobility is that the student has successfully completed a sufficient number of credits at the home institution. 
- No tuition fees are required at the host institution for students participating in the Programme. All students must pay the ETSETB-UPC diploma issue fee .

Control of results: At the end of the academic year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student’s transcript in English. The parties agree that exams/courses shall be graded and awarded credits according to the rules of the institution where the exam/course is carried out. If a student does not earn all of the required credits at the host institution within the established period, he/she has the possibility to extend this period for one additional semester in order to fulfil all the required credits only if both academic responsibles for each institution agree with it.
Conditions to be awarded with DD: Each institution grants the student credit transfer from the other institution according to the applicable rules, laws and regulations of that institution. Students successfully completing their studies of the Master’s Degree Programme obtain two degrees, one issued by the home institution and one issued by the host institution. In order to be awarded the UPC master’s degree, students must obtain at least 60 ECTS in the UPC master’s programme.
Legal and social obligations: Students participating under this Agreement shall be enrolled as degree students. Students shall have the same rights and obligations as degree students in the respective institutions. Students participating in the Programme will be entitled to participate in any introductory programme that may customarily be arranged for international students at the host institution.
Material terms: During the mobility, students will be responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during their stay, including accommodation, books, equipment, consumables, language tuition prior to the commencement of coursework (where necessary), health and travel insurance, student union fee (if applicable) and other personal expenses arising out of the exchange.

Telecom Bretagne (ENST) - (AinP)

Code: F BREST09
Location: Brest (Bretagne, France)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
Offered Masters Degree Programs: Diplôme d’Ingénieur or Diplôme National de Master
Entering period:  Fall
Requirements:  Courses:

The exact length of the period of study required by the host institution in order to receive its degree will be decided on a case-to-case basis after an evaluation of the subjects completed by the individual student at the home institution.

The total duration of the nominal study period required to receive the home institution’s degree must not be prolonged by more than a maximum of one year (60 ECTS) and the period of study, including full-time course work as well as internships, at the host institution should not exceed four semesters (120 ECTS).

- Diplôme d'Ingenieur: ETSETB students shall complete two semesters (1st year) at home institution and four semesters (2nd and 3rd year) at Telecom Bretagne.

- Diplôme National de Master: ETSETB students shall complete two semesters (1st year) at home institution and two semesters (2nd year) at Telecom Bretagne.

Languages: French/English.
Application deadline: January
Admission: Applications for admission to Telecom Bretagne must be made on-line. The link to access the application form will be sent to the International Office of Telecom BCN every January. Among the documents to be submitted by the students there must be a preliminary study plan, a curriculum vitae, a transcript of records and a letter of nomination from the home institution. Students are selected and admitted to the exchange program based on their academic results, motivation and language skills. The selection is carried out in the students’ home institution, but their final admission is always at the discretion of the host institution. To be admitted to either institution, exchange students should have successfully completed at least 4 years of university level studies (240 ECTS) prior to the start of the exchange. These students will replace their final year and project with courses and other requirements at the partner institution.
Notification of Admission: Acceptance letters should be mailed directly to the students.
Control of results: At the end of each year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student’s transcripts in English, and using ECTS credits and grading system. The parties agree that exams/courses shall be graded and awarded credits according to the rules of the institution where the exam/course is carried out.
Conditions to be awarded with DD: Each institution decides, according to its own criteria and under the terms set out in this agreement, if the student is entitled to receive a degree. Each institution grants the student credit transfer from the other institution according to the applicable rules, laws and regulations of that institution.
Legal and social obligations: Students participating under this agreement shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the host institution during the entire duration of their stay. They will also have the rights and privileges enjoyed by other students enrolled at the host institution.
Material terms: No tuition fees are required at the host institution for students involved in the exchange. The students will be responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during the stay, including accommodation, books, equipment, consumables, supplementary health insurance, student union fees and other expenses arising out of the exchange.

Instituto Superior Tecnico (IST) - (S)

Code: P LISBOA109
Location: Lisboa (Portugal)
Students' Liaison: ETSETB's Vice Dean of International Relations
State: Signed
Offered Masters Degree Programs:

M.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEEC)

Major: Telecommunications or Electronics
Entering period:  Fall/Spring
Requirements: Courses: Entrance Admission criteria:

Students from ETSETB-UPC who successfully completed their studies on Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Science and Technology or Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications Technologies and Services Engineering (to be enrolled in the 1st semester of IST program).

Also students from ETSETB-UPC who successfully complete their first 2 semesters from the Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering at UPC.

 

Schematic Study Plan:

1st year at ETSETB-UPC: Compulsory and elective courses (60 ECTS)

2nd year at IST: Courses + Master Thesis (co-supervised) (30 ECTS + 30 ECTS)

Languages: English
Admissions:

The admission of students to the Programme will be conducted in accordance with the following principles:

  • The parties shall agree on the application procedure, including application deadlines, selection criteria and student quota. They will be defined in the appendices.
  • The students must meet the admission criteria of the Master’s programmes of both institutions.
  • Students are selected and admitted to the Programme based on their academic results, prerequisite requirements, motivation and language skills. The selection is carried out in collaboration between the two institutions. 
  • Students shall have a home institution and a host institution defined.
  • Prerequisite for the mobility is that the student has successfully completed a sufficient number of credits at the home institution.
  • No tuition fees are required at the host institution for students participating in the Programme, except for the Master degree awarding fees, at the end of the programme.
Control of results:

At the end of the academic year, the host institution shall send to the home institution a copy of each student’s transcript in English. The parties agree that exams/courses shall be graded and awarded credits according to the rules of the institution where the exam/course is carried out.

If a student does not earn all of the required credits at the host institution within the established period, he/she has the possibility to extend this period for one additional semester in order to fulfil all the required credits only if both academic responsible persons for each institution agree with it.

Conditions to be awarded with DD: Both institutions have to confirm that their respective study programmes have been successfully completed.
Legal and social obligations:

Students participating under this Agreement shall be enrolled as master degree students. Students shall have the same rights and obligations as degree students in the respective institutions.

Material terms:

During the mobility, students will be responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during their stay, including accommodation, books, equipment, consumables, language tuition prior to the commencement of coursework (where necessary), health and travel insurance, student union fee (if applicable) and other personal expenses arising out of the exchange.

 

Students participating in the Programme will be entitled to participate in any introductory programme that may customarily be arranged for international students at the host institution.