What is a joint master?
Aalborg University is participating in various Erasmus partnerships which are partnerships between higher educational institutions in EU and non-EU countries aiming at enhancing student mobility mainly from non-EU countries to European partner institutions.
The programmes are supported by the European Commission by a grant offering scholarships to a limited number of students from the eligible partner countries. For a full list of the programmes that AAU is currently offering ĘC see the programme list below.
The programmes are often open to self-fund?students as well. You may read more about this possibility in the programme list below.
AAU is also an active partner in international Master's programmes and double degree programmes where students will rotate between university departments in both Nordic and European partner countries. Successful graduates will receive a double or multiple degree award. In addition to their degree certificates, graduates will also receive a diploma supplement that outlines the nature of the course, curriculum and marking scheme.
Joint Masters Programmes
Study and work permit
Read more about application fees, insurance, tuition fees, rates and scholarships.