The Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering is based on the expertise of the participating universities within naval architecture, offshore engineering and maritime engineering. The programme targets international students wishing to profit from the Nordic Five Tech universities' long standing tradition and competence in the field and Nordic students wishing to specialize in a specific area of expertise offered within the alliance.
The education is based on first principles within design, construction and operation of ship and offshore structures, including hydrostatics and stability, hydrodynamics, wave and wind loads and structural analyses. The teaching comprises lectures, assignments, workshops and project work. Theory is supported by experimental work and computer simulations are used intensively.
Study at two Nordic universities
The Master’s programme in Maritime Engineering is a collaboration between five leading technical universities in the Nordic countries (Nordic Five Tech). The programme gives you a unique opportunity to tailor your degree based on your academic interests.
Chalmers University of Technology participates in the following tracks:
- Ocean structures
- Passenger ships
- Ship design
- Ship operations
The coordinator of the Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering is Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
The application has to be made to the university which is responsible for the specific programme. The application process and deadlines may vary for the different programmes. Make sure that you read carefully the information specified on each programme description. When you apply you must include a motivational letter.
The application period opens on 1 November 2018 and the deadline is 1 March 2019.Maritime Engineering (application through DTU)
Each of the participating universities have different rules regarding tuition fees. Please check what rules apply for each of the two universities where you will be studying.
Nordic Five Tech applicants who are required to pay tuition fees at
Chalmers (regardless of their year of study) are eligible to apply for
scholarships. All Nordic Master applicants will receive an
email at the end of March, or in the beginning of April with
instructions regarding the scholarship application. Kindly take note
that it is not possible to apply scholarships through Chalmers’ website
for all Nordic Master applicants, since all administration is handled at
other Universities (DTU, NTNU or KTH).
Entry requirements (for academic year 2019/20)
General entry requirements at Chalmers
To be eligible an applicant must either be a holder of a Bachelor's degree in Science/Engineering/Technology/Architecture or be enrolled in his/her last year of studies leading to such a degree.
General entry requirements in detail
Chalmers Bachelor’s degree
Are you enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree programme at Chalmers now or do you already have a Bachelor’s degree from Chalmers? If so, different application dates and application instructions apply.
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English Language Proficiency at Chalmers
The most common and important scores that are accepted are:
English Language Proficiency, information about requirements and tests in detail
- IELTS (academic training): 6.5 (with no part of the test below 5.5)
- TOEFL (Internet based): 92 (with a minimum of 22 on the written part)
- TOEFL (paper based): 580 (with a minimum of 4.5 on the written part)
Specific entry requirements
Please check the specific entry requirements on
the programme webpage at the coordinating university (DTU)
Degree: Master of Science (MSc)
Credits: 120 cr (60 credits at each university)
Duration: 2 years
Level: Second Cycle
Rate of study: 100%
Instructional time: Daytime
Language of instruction: English
Teaching form: On-campus
Tuition fee: 140 000 SEK/academic year (tuition fee may not apply to other partner universities)
*EU/EEA Citizens are not required to pay fees
Questions regarding the application and admission process:
Specific questions about the programme's content:
Student life and programme experiences:
The practical aspects of your stay in the Nordic countries depend on the rules that apply in each country. Generally you should check what applies for each of the two countries that you will be studying in, as well as for each of the two universities.
Generally EU/EEA citizens do not need a residence permit for the Nordic countries. For details, please check the regulations of each of the two countries that you will be studying in.
Please check what rules apply at each of the two universities that you will be studying at.
The process of getting student accommodation differs at each participating university.
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