Dean of Graduate Studies Martin P. Bendsøe (DTU) and the Associate Vice President of KAIST Sung-Hyon Myaeng (Photo: DTU)

New dual degree programme for master students in Electrical Engineering

Monday 02 Nov 15

Contact

Ole Ravn
Professor, Study Line Coordinator Automation and Robot Technology
DTU Electro
+45 45 25 35 60

A new exciting opportunity is at hand after DTU’s Senior Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies Martin P. Bendsøe and the Associate Vice President of KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Sung-Hyon Myaeng signed a cooperative agreement allowing master students in Electrical Engineering from the two universities to obtain a dual degree in Electrical Engineering. This took place at a formal visit at KAIST in South Korea on 22 October this year.

The new agreement gives the Electrical Engineering master students a unique opportunity to get two degrees from leading technical universities in the world by studying at KAIST for one year and at DTU for one year.

Signing of agreement at KAIST in South Korea (Photo: DTU) 

"The new agreement complements our existing agreement with KAIST, covering all study lines with a Dual Degree option and I look forward to seeing many of our students welcoming this opportunity in the near future."
Head of Studies in Electrical Engineering, Ole Ravn

Head of Studies in Electrical Engineering, Associate Professor Ole Ravn is excited by the agreement and says “The new agreement complements our existing agreement with KAIST, covering all study lines with a Dual Degree option and I look forward to seeing many of our students welcoming this opportunity in the near future.”

During the visit at KAIST Ole Ravn and Head of Department Kristian Stubkjær visited several of KAIST’s facilities related to Electrical Engineering. KAIST Power Electronics Lab,  CAD4X Lab,  Image Computing Systems Lab and  Computer Vision & Robotics  Lab were among the top facilities visited, see all labs at Electrical Engineering on this page.

   

Read more about existing agreements on Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering, contact Head of Studies in Electrical Engineering Ole Ravn for more information on the new programme and DTU’s collaboration with KAIST concerning master programmes in general.

 

Head of Department Kristian Stubkjær and delegation at KAIST (Photo: DTU)