Basic Curriculum: Master programme Railway System Engineering (BSI)
Reduction of the BSI curriculum to “golden mean” (compare UTC)
Extension of the BSI curriculum with a focus on high speed railway
Cooperation with Russian and Kazakh universities, as well associated partners
Requirement for dual degree master programme at the TUD
Cooperation agreement TUD–PGUPS and TUD–KazATC
Teaching language, grading system, curriculum, module contents, number of SWS etc.
Open question an Study Commission and Examination Board: number of ECTS to be acquired by students at TUD
Student transfer between TUD, PGUPS and KazATC
Transfer in one direction possible (“one-way”): only students from PGUPS or KazATC come to study in TUD in the specified semester
Funding study visit through existing funds in the EEIHSR project and/or through extra scholarships from ERASMUS +, DAAD etc. (e.g. Eastern Partnership Program)
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