CoMEM - Erasmus Mundus MSC Coastal and Marine Engineering and ManagementUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Masters Erasmus Mundus
- Barcelona (Spanien)
- Credits: 120
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Admission requirements to CoMEM: A university BSc degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering or degree in a subject relevant to the CoMEM Programme. The degree must represent a minimum of 180 ECTS. A BSc Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 75 % of the scale maximum. Proof of English language proficiency.
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Würden Sie diesen Kurs weiterempfehlen? Ja.
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Probabilistic design methods and risk management
Coastal and offshore structures
Ice mechanics and physics
Carrying capacity of floating ice
Sea ice drift modelling
Climate change in the arctic
Maritime operations and technology
Economic environment for a service industry
Management responses for coastal problems
Shoreline management planning
- TRACK 1 (NTNU): The Arctic Marine Coastal Engineering track provides students with the knowledge, skills and competencies for sustainable marine coastal development in the vulnerable Arctic region. The students will mostly acquire the knowledge on the environmental actions for the design of Arctic port, coastal and offshore structures at NTNU combined with the specialisation in coastal morphology at TU Delft.
- TRACK 2 (City): Track 2 combines the CITY focus on maritime operations, technology, maritime management, business, economics, finance, law, planning and accounting, and the NTNU studies on the description of the ocean environment and port and coastal issues with UPC's courses on sustainable coastal development for natural ecosystems and human safety aspects.
- TRACK 3 (SOTON): The programmes at NTNU, UPC and SOTON in the Environment and Management Track are complimentary and allow a progression from a solid foundation in coastal engineering developed at NTNU and reinforced at UPC towards an emphasis on soft methods and solutions at SOTON.
- TRACK 4 (TUD): The Coastal Engineering Track has its focus on the hard Northern European coastal engineering provided by the programmes at NTNU and TU Delft, but distinguishes itself from Track 1 by the inclusion of soft engineering provided with the SOTON programme in the third semester. Graduates from this track will thus have a basic coastal engineering competence and in addition instead of a competence in marine arctic engineering technology a competence in soft engineering.
- TRACK 5 (UPC): Track 5 of CoMEM follows the engineering and environment ("working with nature") approach right from the beginning. It has been designed so students achieve a specialization by combining engineering projects fundamentals (NTNU and UPC) with environmental and managerial skills (SOTON).
Application for Category B Scholarships: January 15
Selection meeting: January
Notification of the pre-selection lists: February 15
Final decision from EACEA: April 30
Application without Scholarship: April 30
Courses will start on: October