Who can apply?
1st year UniTrento students of the master's degree course in:
with a B1 level in German language (B2 before departure) and
with a B1 level in German or English (B2 before departure).
Please note that complete information and updates are to be checked on UniTrento call for applications and on the partner website.
With its 8,900 students, the Faculty of Sciences (Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät) stands out for its interdisciplinary approach to global challenges and sees among its main objectives:
- a research for excellence, also in international collaborations, open to the youngest
- promotion of global awareness, in particular by offering students the opportunity to acquire a high level of intercultural skills and problem solving and critical spirit
- social commitment
What is the added value?
In Italy and abroad, a double degree is always an added value. Not only the experts say it, you just have to browse through the job offers to realize that companies and organizations are looking for international and open-minded profiles, able to work in multicultural and face ever new global challenges: these are the engineers of the future.
What are the professional outlets?
Graduates with dual degrees can aspire to top positions in companies with strong cross-border ties: Germany is in fact the first commercial partner of Italy and Italy is the third commercial partner of Germany. The German language therefore represents a key factor for many companies in Northern Italy, especially South Tyrolean, well integrated in the Central European economic system.
What are the requirements at the time of departure?
- have obtained all the credits of the first year of master's degree
- weighted average of marks of at least 25/30
- B2 level in German language for Maths
- B2 level or German or English for Physics
How long does mobility abroad take?
2 semesters, including work and thesis discussion ("Modul Master-Arbeit").
For the Physics area, mobility can be concentrated to a single semester (30 credits). In this case work and discussion of the thesis must take place in Trento.
The study plan must be agreed and approved in advance by both academic supervisors.
In which language?
Most courses are in German while some others (especially in Physics area) are in English language.
How does the conversion of grades take place?
The conversion takes place on the basis of the conversion table available in the downloads.
The master's thesis must be carried out under the supervision of a teacher from UniTrento and one from Tübingen; the final paper must be written and discussed in the language of the host university or in English and must contain a summary in the language of both institutions.
Students participating in the double degree program pay the tuition fees exclusively at UniTrento.
Tübingen requires the compulsory contribution for complementary services (which includes concessions for public transport in the region) of approx. 315 euros / year.
- Master's degree in Mathematics or in Physics from UniTrento
- Diplom-Physiker/in or Diplom-Mathematiker/in from Tübingen