The programme is offered by a consortium consisting of three universities: Royal Institute of Technology - KTH in Sweden, Universidad Politècnica de Cataluna - UPC in Spain and Instituto Superior Técnico - IST in Portugal.
Royal Institute of Technology - KTH, Sweden
Royal Institute of Technology - KTH is the largest, oldest and most internationally diverse technical university in Sweden. It is ranked as one of the leading technical universities in Europe, thanks to its reputation for pioneering research, engineering genius and science on the cutting edge. KTH’s schools offer a wide variety of courses in engineering and architecture, including a large number of courses and Master’s programmes in English.
Instituto Superior Técnico - IST, Portugal
Instituto Superior Técnico - IST was founded in 1911 and is the largest and one of the most reputed schools of engineering in Portugal with a long tradition in education and excellence in research, innovation and dissemination activities. The mission of IST reflects the three activities that define the XXI Century University: Advanced training, R&D and a close link to society. Postgraduate training activities have over 1500 students distributed among 28 doctoral areas. IST is especially committed to generate knowledge, as well as to deliver highly qualified professionals in the areas of Science, Engineering and Technology to the public and private sectors, strengthening the National and European development effort.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC, Spain
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC is a public higher education and research institution that is specialized in the fields of architecture, science and engineering. The university is recognized worldwide for its results in basic and applied research. It is also Spain’s technical university with highest scientific production, highest citable output, highest research competitiveness and largest research income.