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  • Czech Republic: Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design i Prague

    Combine studies at the Czech classical arts college with living in Prague, a city filled with culture. Vysoká škola uměleckoprůmyslová v Praze UMPRUM, founded 1885, is the most prestigious art school in the Czech Republic.

  • Denmark: Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi

    The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts is one of Scandinavia's oldest and most renowned architecture schools.

  • Netherlands: Universiteit van Amsterdam

    University of Amsterdam (UvA) was founded in 1632 and is the third oldest university in the Netherlands with almost 30,000 students. The university has seven faculties spanning the humanities, the social and behavioural sciences, economics and business, law, the natural sciences, medicine and dentistry. KTH has an agreement with UvA within the study area urban planning. The university is located in both new and old buildings in the historical center of Amsterdam.

  • Germany: Universität Bielefeld

    Universität Bielefeld was founded in 1969 with the ambition to reform the way German universities work. The university places great emphasis on linking education and research and to stimulate interdisciplinary research, among other things by collecting all disciplines in a large building. Universität Bielefeld educates around 20,000 students in everything from economics to biology.

  • Italy: Università di Bologna

    ITM has an agreement within mechanical engineering with the Università di Bologna. This is the oldest university in the western world, founded in 1088. Today it is a large university with over 80 000 students and spread out on four campus locations; Ravenna, Forlì, Cesena and Rimini.

  • Portugal: Universidade do Porto

    The university is situated in Porto, Portugal's second largest city and is located in the northern part of the country. The Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP) was founded in 1976. The school is located in a building designed by Álvaro Siza.

  • United Kingdom: Oxford Brookes University

    Oxford Brookes University is located in central Oxford and was founded in 1865. About 17,000 students are studying here. Oxford Brookes was ranked in the top twenty in seven subjects in the Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2015. Some of the subjects that were mentioned were Town and Country Planning & Landscape and Art and Design.

  • Japan: Tokyo City University

    Very reputable and exclusive architectural training in Japan. The KTH School of Architecture has an exchange agreement with a particular studio.

  • France: École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier

    ENSCM is a Grande École located in the historic university city of Montpellier in southern France, right next to the Mediterranean. ENSCM is very small with about 400 students and highly specialized in chemistry as it ranks number 2 in chemistry in all of France, right after ENSCP (belonging to the same organizational structure but is located in Paris).

  • France: Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA Lyon)

    National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon is an international, multidisciplinary university in the heart of Europe. The university is located just outside the city of Lyon and there are 22,000 students here.

  • Brazil: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

    Situated in Belo Horizonte, UFMG is one of the most prominent universities in Brazil, with approximately 45 000 students. The origins of the university go back as far as the 19th century and the institution pursues a strong commitment to research, implementing it on all levels of education.

  • USA: Illinois Institute of Technology

    Illinois Institute of Technology is located in Chicago, Illinois, and is a private, technology-focused, research university. IIT offers degrees in for instance Architecture, design, human sciences and engineering. IIT is divided into five colleges. The campus was designed by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, former dean at the College of Architecture. Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States and known for shopping, arts, sports, comedy and jazz clubs and its' history as The Windy City.

  • Colombia: Universidad de los Andes

    UNIANDES is a private research university located in the city centre of Bogotá, Colombia. The university has traditionally educated the Latin American academic elite, and is broadly considered to be the most prominent Colombian university and one of the best universities in this region. Around 15 000 students are registered at UNIANDES.

  • Iceland: University of Iceland

    University of Iceland is a public research university in Reykjavik and Iceland's oldest and largest university. About 14,000 students are spread over some 20 faculties. Teaching and research are conducted in the social sciences, humanities, medicine, science, technology and teacher training. The campus is concentrated around the center of Reykjavik, with additional facilities in nearby areas as well as rural areas

  • France: Université de Tours

    Université de Tours (former known as Université Francois Rabelais) is a large multidisciplinary university that offers programmes within various areas. KTH has an agreement with Université de Tours within the study area urban planning. The university is situated in Tours in mid-France and the campus is spread out at different locations in Tours. The university offers a wide range of cultural and sports activities. Approximately 25000 students study at the university.

  • United Kingdom: University College London, The Bartlett School of Planning

    University College London (UCL) was founded in 1826 to open up higher education in England to those who had been excluded from it – becoming the first university in England to admit women students on equal terms with men in 1878. UCL is ranked seventh in the world’s top 10 universities by the QS World University Rankings (2015). About 36,000 students are studying at UCL. KTH has an agreement with UCL within the study area urban planning which belongs to The Bartlett School of Planning. The Bartlett School of Planning is located in Bloomsbury in the heart of London on UCL's main campus.

  • Finland: University of Oulu

    In Oulu, you can study near the polar circle. The university was founded in 1958 and has around 16,000 students, one of Finland's largest universities. The University of Oulu calls itself a "multidisciplinary expert in Northerness". It has a large share of international students.

  • Portugal: Lisboa School of Economics and Management

    Lisboa School of Economics and Management (ISEG) is a part of Universidade de Lisboa and located in Lisbon, near the Portuguese Parliament. ISEG is the first school within Economics and Management in Portugal and was founded 1911. About 4,700 students are studying at ISEG.

  • United Kingdom: Glasgow School of Art, Mackintosh School of Architecture

    Founded in 1845, the GSA is one of the few remaining independent art schools in the UK and has occupied its present site in the centre of Glasgow since 1899. At the heart of the campus is the renowned Mackintosh Building one of the iconic buildings of the 20th century. The city is home to one of the UK’s largest and most vibrant, creative communities, drawn from talented individuals across the world.

  • Germany: Universität der Künste, Berlin

    Universität der Künste, Berlin is Germany's largest art college located centrally in Berlin with approximately 4,000 students.

  • Italy: Politecnico di Milano

    With 40 000 students, Politecnico di Milano is the largest technical university in Italy and one of the leading in Europe. The term "politecnico" means that it is a state university with education in engineering and architecture. Politecnico di Milano is organised in 16 faculties on seven campuses in the region Lombardia. The university has close cooperation with industry in the region.

  • Lithuania: Vilnius Technical University

    Vilnius Gediminas Technical University was founded in 1956 and is the highest ranked and most popular university in Lithuania among international students. It has 11,000 students and is situated outside Vilnius.

  • Spain: Universidad Cardenal Herrera

    Universidad CEU Cardinal Herrera is a private university in Valencia, Spain's third largest city located at the Mediterranean Sea. The University has around 10,000 students and the main campus, Moncada, is located outside of the city.

  • United Kingdom: University of Sheffield

    Sheffield is an old industrial city with a lively cultural scene today. The University of Sheffield offers an architectural education with a social science focus.

  • USA: Parsons School of Design

    Parsons is a prestigious private design and art school situated in Greenwich Village, in New York.

  • France: CentraleSupélec

    2015 the universities Ecole Centrale Paris and Supélec merged and formed CentraleSupélec. There are three campuses, one 30 minutes south of Paris called Chantenay-Malbary, Metz in Lorraine and Rennes in Brittany. CentraleSupélec is one of France's absolute top universities and is a "grande école" with elite status in their field.

  • Italy: Politecnico di Torino

    POLITO was founded in 1859 and has two campuses. The largest one is in central Torino and the other one, in Architecture, is called Castello del Valentino and is situated outside the city. The university has more than 33,000 students and a strong international environment. POLITO is ranked among the top ten technical universities in Europe.

  • Brazil: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

    Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul is based in Porto Alegre, capital of Rio Grande do Sul and has approximatelly 30 000 students. Located close to the border of Uruguay and Argentina, Rio Grande do Sul is strategically positioned in the community MERCOSUL, for being in the center of a region which holds 60% of all Latin America’s economy.

  • Ireland: University College Dublin

    University College Dublin, founded 1854, is the largest university at Ireland with approximately 32000 students. The university is situated 5 km outside of central Dublin.

  • Brazil: Universidade de Sao Paulo

    The University of Sao Paulo is the largest higher education and research institution in Brazil, and also ranked as number one in Latin America. It is a state university with approximatelly 90 000 students. It has outstanding projection around the world, and develops a large number of Brazilian masters and doctoral students.

  • Chile: Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

    Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (USM) is situated in the city of Valparaiso, about an hour's car ride from the capital Santiago de Chile. It has five different campus, the engineering branch is covered by the campuses in Santiago and Valparaíso, the technical one by those in Viña del Mar and Concepción. 18,000 students attend the courses at these campuses.

  • Germany: Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart

    One of Germany's largest art colleges in the southwestern part of the country near France, Austria and Switzerland.

  • Norway: Bergen Arkitekthøgskole

    BAS is a small private architecture school situated in Bergen on Norway’s southwestern coast. The school has around 150 students in total.

  • Denmark: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

    DTU is the largest technical university in Denmark, ranked among the top 20 of technical universities in Europe. The university has among 10,000 students with a large international population and the main campus is situated in Lyngby north of Copenhagen

  • Finland: Aalto University

    Aalto University was created when three prominent Finnish universities merged; Helsinki university of technology, Helsinki business school and the University of Art and Design. The campus was designed by the famous designer Alvar Aalto and is situated in Esbo outside Helsinki. Aalto is an international university where engineering, business, art and design meet.

  • Italy: Università degli studi di Padova

    Padova is in the northeast of Italy. It is a nice university hosting several excellent engineering programmes.

  • Belgium: Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    VUB is situated in the heart of Brussels and has approximately 16000 students, among which 24% are international students. VUB is a Dutch speaking university, but it also offers courses taught in English. The university has 4 campuses and 8 faculties.

  • Estonia: University of Tartu

    Tartu University is a renowned university, founded in year 1632 by the Swedish King Gustav II Adolf. The university has nearly 14,000 students whereof 800 international students from 70 countries. KTH has an agreement with the Institute of Computer Science at both undergraduate and master level.

  • France: École National Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville

    École National Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville is an architecture school located in the center of Paris in the lively district of Belleville, with about 1200 students. Énsa-pb is ranked as one of the best architecture schools in France.

  • Italy: Università degli studi di Ferrara

    The University of Ferrara offers a unique historical environment and has approximately 15,000 students. Located in the center of Ferrara, it is one of Italy's oldest universities. Magnificent reminiscences of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance live on in palaces, houses, churches, museums, squares, courtyards and alleys.

  • Chile: Universidad de Chile

    The Universidad de Chile in Santiago de Chile, is an autonomous, public, national institution. It is the oldest and most important university in the country and one of the most prestigious in South America. The student population is around 38,000 students, attending courses in all study areas.

  • Chile: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

    Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile is one of the oldest universities of Latin America and is located in Santiago spread across four campuses. It is ranked third among the universities of South America. More than 28,000 students study in this university.

  • France: École des Mines de Nantes

    Ecole des Mines de Nantes is one of several universities in the city. The university has about 1,000 students, of whom 30 percent are international. Nantes is the 6th largest city in France and is a charming port town in western France only 50 km from the Atlantic Coast.

  • Estonia: Tallinn University of Technology

    Tallinn University of Technology was founded in 1918 and is the only technical university in Estonia. The university has around 12 000 students incl. 1 400 international students. The activities are located at a large campus area in the outskirts of Tallinn.

  • France: Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)

    Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) , UPMC, is a well-known university in central Paris. UPMC ranks as one of the best universities in the world in the mathematics field. The university has about 31,000 students of which about 20 percent are international. UPMC is part of the Sorbonne University group.

  • Switzerland: Hochschule Luzern - Technik & Architektur

    The BSc in Mechanical Engineering program has an exchange opportunity with the school of Technik & Architektur, situated in Horw in the southern parts of Lucerne. Hochschule Luzern has approximately 10,000 students, of which 2,000 study at the campus in Horw.

  • Turkey: Bilkent University

    Bilkent University is the first private university in Turkey and was founded in 1984 with the fundamental aim of creating a center of excellence in higher education and research. The campus is located off the main highway to Eskişehir about 12 kilometres west of the center of Ankara, and covers an area of over 300 hectares.

  • Iceland: Reykjavík University

    Reykjavik University is a small private university in Reykjavik with over 2,500 students. Classes are generally small and the university have good relationships with industry. The university is divided into four schools; Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Business and Law. We recommend exchange studies at Reykjavík University only for students in the Master's of Science in Engineering programme in Mechanical Engineering.

  • United Kingdom: University of Aberdeen

    The University of Aberdeen is one of the UK:s oldest universities and its' beautiful campus is located in the outskirts of Aberdeen city center, which is situated on the east coast of Scotland. The university has around 14.500 students with a large population of international students. The agreement the ITM-school has with Aberdeen is primarily within the field of mechanical engineering.

  • USA: Worcester Polytechnic Institute

  • Denmark: Københavns Erhvervsakademi

    KEA is a school with a strong international profile that takes pride in the intercultural mark at the eight different sections of the school, situated in different central parts of Copenhagen. KEA offers many programmes in design, communication, construction and technology, and 12 of the programmes are taught in English. There are approximately 9000 students from 60 different countries at KEA.

  • Spain: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

    Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) is one of Spain's highest ranked universities and one of the oldest universities in the world. The university has two campuses in Madrid and over 80,000 students. UCM also offers a lot of opportunities to engage in various sport and cultural activities during the studies.

  • Netherlands: Universiteit Twente

    Universiteit Twente has about 9000 students and is located in the eastern part of the Netherlands, close to the German border. The campus is located in the outskirts of Enschede and is easily accesible by bus or bicycle.

  • China: Tongji University

    Tongji University, situated in the megacity Shanghai, is one of Chinas oldest and most prestigious universities. The university offers programs in engineering, medicine, art and law. Tongji University was founded in 1907, but has grown over the years and is now comprised of 29 schools/colleges. Tongji University is top ranked within the subject areas architecture and urban planning.

  • Belgium: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    KU Leuven is situated outside Brussels and has been a centre for learning for almost six hundred years and is today the largest university in Belgium. It is ranked among the 50 best universities in the world, and has a broad spectra of international master's programmes. Leuven has a lot of international students and a rich student life.

  • France: Université Nice Sophia Antipolis

    Université Nice Sophia Antipolis is located right in the center of the beautiful French Riviera with a pleasant Mediterranean climate. The city of Nice is close to both medieval villages and city pulse. The city has a beautiful and popular boardwalk with palm trees and blue sea.

  • Spain: Universidad de Navarra

    The ITM School has an exchange agreement with the Universidad de Navarra’s School of Engineering called Tecnun. Tecnun is situated in the medium sized town of San Sebastián in the Basque country in northern Spain, and has a small campus, with approximately 1,500 students. Universidad de Navarra is a private university run by a catholic organisation, although this is nothing you will notice very much while on campus.

  • Spain: Universidad de Zaragoza

    University of Zaragoza is located in Zaragoza, in the Aragon region of Spain. It was founded in 1542 and is one of the oldest universities in Spain, with a history dating back to Roman times. The university has over 40,000 students in its 22 faculties. The University is the only public university in the region. The University of Zaragoza is the main center for technological innovation in the Ebro Valley and has a high status among Spanish universities.

  • France: Chimie ParisTech

    Chimie ParisTech (also known as École nationale supérieure de chimie de Paris, ENSCP) is France's best college in Chemistry, a so called Grande École. The college was founded in 1896 and is known for its outstanding quality of education and also for its outstanding alumni and former Directors (Nobel Prize winner, L’Oréal’s founder and others). Chimie ParisTech is a small specialized institution with 350 students and the main areas are energy, materials and process chemistry and biomolecular chemistry.

  • France: Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay (former École Normale Supérieure de Cachan)

    Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay is located outside Paris and is one of the major French Grandes Écoles. Its i part of Unversité Paris-Saclay.

  • France: ISAE École Nationale Supérieure de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace

    ISAE École Nationale Supérieure de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace is the world's first aviation school and is considered one of the best in Europe in the aviation area. The university is located in Toulouse which is a famous university city. Toulouse is also the city where the Airbus Group in France has its headquarters.

  • France: Institut National des Sciences Appliquées Strasbourg (INSA Strasbourg)

    Strasbourg is located in north-eastern France by the German border.

  • France: Télécom ParisTech

    Télécom Paris Tech has two campuses. They are in Sophia-Antipolis and Paris.

  • France: École Polytechnique

    Ecole Polytechnique is a French public institution of higher education and research, located in Palaiseau near Paris. Polytechnique was formed in 1794 during the French Revolution, and became a military school during Napoleon I in 1804. The majority is located in the Latin Quarter in central Paris. Among its alumni are three Nobel Prize winners, three French presidents and many company leaders.

  • France: École Speciale des Travaux Publics du Batiment de l'Industrie

    École Spéciale des Travaux Publics du Bâtiment et de l’Industrie (ESTP) is a French Grand École situated in the Latin quarters in Paris. The university is focused on engineering programmes within the built environment and has got close connections to companies within the area. Approximately 3,000 students study at ESTP.

  • France: Grenoble INP

    Grenoble Institute of Technology offers top class engineering studies and research. Around 5000 students at all levels study at the university which consist of six engineering schools. Campus is located in the heart of Grenoble

  • France: École des ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris

    École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris (EIVP) is a French Grande École situated in the Belleville quarters in Paris. The university offers programmes in architecture and built environment with a focus on sustainable development. Approximately 500 students study at EIVP.

  • France: Université Grenoble Alpes

    Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) is a leading university in technology, science and health. The university is located in Grenoble, with proximity to beautiful nature and the Alps. It is the third largest university in France with approximately 45,000 students and over 3,000 researchers. UGA is the result of the merge of three universities in 2016: Université Joseph-Fourier (Grenoble-I), Université Pierre-Mendès-France (Grenoble-II) and Université Stendhal (Grenoble-III). UGA also collaborates closely with INP Grenoble.

  • France: École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile

    ENAC is a renowned flight school with 9 campuses around France. The main building is in Toulouse, which is also the city where the Airbus Group in France has its headquarters.

  • Ireland: Trinity College Dublin

    Trinity College Dublin is formally named "College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin". It was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. The university has a large campus situated in central Dublin with more than 17,000 students on all levels. As Ireland's leading university, Trinity has a global position in higher education.

  • India: IIT Madras

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras is one among the foremost institutes of national importance in higher technological education, basic and applied research. In 1956, the German Government offered technical assistance for establishing an institute of higher education in engineering in India. The first Indo-German agreement for the establishment of the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras was signed in Bonn, West Germany, in 1959.

  • India: IIT Bombay

    IIT Bombay is a public university founded in 1958. IIT Bombay has a comprehensive graduate program offering degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. IIT Bombay is among the highest ranked universities in Indian. IIT Bombay has approximately 8000 students. IIT Bombay offers a luscious campus and has two swimming pools; football, hockey and cricket grounds; and tennis, basketball, squash and volleyball courts.

  • Greece: National Technical University of Athens

    NTUA is situated in Athens and is among the most prominent universities in Greece. The university has more than 15 000 students on all levels. It is divided into nine academic schools within engineering and architecture.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Braunschweig

    TU Braunschweig is part of the TU9 universities in Germany, standing for excellence in Engineering and Natural Sciences. 51 percent of all engineers with a degree come from a TU9 University. The city have 250 000 inhabitans. It is an important research city and is close to the auto industry in Wolfsburg.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Berlin

    Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) is a research university located in Berlin and one of the largest and most prestigious research and educational institutions in Germany. The university was founded in 1879. University alumni and professor include among others ten Nobel laureates. TU Berlin is ranked among the top 50 in the world in Engineering & Technology according to QS World University Rankings. The university is known for its highly ranked engineering programs, especially in mechanical engineering.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Darmstadt

    TU Darmstadt was founded in 1877, and since then the study of engineering, science, humanities and social sciences is a natural part of the university. Darmstadt near Frankfurt, and is a lively student city. The University is newly renovated and an extensive modernization work is done. It employs approximately 270 professors and 25,000 students are enrolled, many international. All focused on technology, seen from an engineering perspective.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Dresden

    Dresden is located in southeastern Germany and the TU Dresden main campus is located in the city centre. TU Dresden is one of the largest technical universities and since 2012 also one of the "Universities of Excellence" in Germany.

  • Germany: Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH)

    Rheinish-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH) is one of Germany’s leading technical universities with very close connections to the industry. The University has about 40 000 students and is located in the central parts of Aachen, also known as the city of Europe, thanks to its closeness to both the Netherlands and Belgium.

  • Germany: Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München

    LMU is a well renowned University and is ranked among the top 25 in the world within Physics. The University is situated in the city center of Munich.

  • Germany: Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

    Heidelberg University – also known as Ruperto Carola – was established in 1386 and is Germany’s oldest university. It is also said to be one of the strongest research universities in Europe. Heidelberg University has twelve faculties with a total of more than 30.000 students. The University is situated in the city of Heidelberg. It is ranked among the top 40 in the world within physics.

  • Germany: Universität Stuttgart

    Universität Stuttgart is part of the TU9 universities in Germany, standing for excellence in Engineering and Natural Sciences. The university has approx. 20,000 students.

  • Germany: Technische Universität München

    TUM have strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world and was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. TUM regularly ranks among the best European universities in international rankings. Its 13 departments provide an excellent environment for research and for the education of the universities around 40,000 students. 13 Nobel prize winners have connections to TUM.

  • USA: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a very good Technical College that is known for its high quality education. The campus is beautiful and located in the small town of Terre Haute, in the middle of the corn fields of Indiana. To go outside the campus is, however, very dependent on having a car. RHIT has around 2100 students and 100 graduate students in engineering, science and mathematics.

  • USA: Stevens Institute of Technology

    Stevens Institute of Technology is located in Hoboken, New Jersey close to New York. The University was founded in 1870 and has about 6800 students.

  • Hungary: Budapest University of Technology and Economics

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) is the main technical university in Hungary. It was founded in 1782 and the first institution in Europe to train engineers on university level. More than 110 institutions are operating within the structure of eight faculties. The university has approximately 20,000 students and a large international population.

  • Austria: Technische Universität Wien

    TU Vienna is one of Europe's most prominent technical universities located in the capital Vienna. TUW has for 200 years been a place of teaching and research. The University has eight faculties that correspond well to the schools at KTH and is ranked among the 100 best technical universities in Europe. Almost 30,000 students study here at all levels.

  • Austria: Technische Universität Graz

    Graz is Austria's second largest city after the capital Vienna and is located in south-eastern Austria near the border to Slovenia. It is a charming university city and the university has three campuses in and around the city center.

  • Austria: Universität für Bodenkultur Wien - BOKU

    BOKU (from German, Universität für Bodenkultur, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna) is a university in the heart of Europe with a strong focus on sustainability. BOKU combines basic and applied expertise in the areas of science, technology and biotechnology as well as social and economic sciences to improve the knowledge base for sustainable management of natural resources.

  • Ireland: University College Cork

    Cork is located in the southwestern part of the country and is Ireland's second largest city. The university has nearly 20 000 students and is among the most prominent in the country. It takes ten minutes to walk from the campus to the city center.

  • Italy: Università degli Studi di Siena

    Università degli Studi di Siena is located in Tuscany and one of the oldest universities in Italy. It was built in the 14th century and has 15,000 students.

  • Italy: Università degli Studi di Udine

    Udine is a charming small university town in northern Italy, close to both Austria and Slovenia. Università degli Studi di Udine is a relatively young university, established in 1978. This is a good opportunity for you to make a degree project in electrical engineering or nanotechnology.

  • Italy: Università degli studi di L'Aquila

    Aquila is the capital in the region of Abruzzo and in the province of Aquila. It is near the alpes.

  • Italy: Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II

    This university is located in in the coastal city of Naples, Italy's third largest city. The university has a long history from the 13th century. It is ranked among the 300 best in the world. The city of Naples has a long and interesting history, including Mount Vesuvius and the ancient city of Pompeii. The Neapolitan cuisine is world famous and from here the pizza has it's origin.

  • Japan: Hokkaido University

    Hokkaido University is situated in the city of Sapporo, on the north island of Hokkaido. The university has around 18,000 students, of which 1,800 are international, studying at one of the two campuses.

  • Japan: Keio University

    Keio University is one of the oldest universities in Japan, founded in 1858. More than 33,000 students study at the university, spread over six campuses in the greater Tokyo area. Of these, around 1.300 are international students. The university ranks among the 300 best universities in the world.

  • Italy: Università degli studi di Salerno

    Salerno is a quaint and interesting town along the Italian west coast, just 50 km outside Naples, Università degli Studi di Salerno has its main campus in the town of Fisciano and some faculties in Baronissi.

  • Japan: Waseda University

    Waseda University, founded in 1882, is one of Japan's largest institutions of higher education and advanced research. It is a private university with almost 53,000 students, of which approximately 4,900 are international students. The university is spread on nine campuses over the capital Tokyo.

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