The objective of the Double Degree MSc programme is to enable excellent students from abroad to fulfil a Master’s assignment in The Netherlands. If your results are satisfactory, you can usually count on being offered a PhD position after completing your Double Degree. This Double Degree programme is a unique possibility for you to receive an MSc diploma from your home university along with a diploma from the University of Twente. In order to enrol, you have to have taken (at least) one year of relevant Master’s courses at your home university. At the University of Twente you will complete a programme of 75 European Credits (EC). This includes your MSc thesis research project, or assignment, which is worth 45 EC.
Depending on what you have already done, you may be granted exemptions for about 45 credits of the regular Master’s programme, including the internship. Completing this Double Degree Master’s programme will earn you a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Twente. The diploma is based on a study effort of 120 credits. The University of Twente Exam Committee of Chemical Engineering will decide whether the courses you have fulfilled at your home university, together with our “condensed programme”, will be enough to award you a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Twente. Our university will draw up a formal, signed agreement with your home university about this.
We currently offer Double Degree agreements for the MSc Chemical Engineering programme with the following partner universities:
- Institute Technology Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia for the MSc ChE/MME
- Diponegoro University (UNDIP), Semarang, Indonesia for the MSc ChE/CPE
View the Erasmus Mundus educational programme to find out whether this is an option for you.