• contact@eeihsr.com

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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