- RWTH Aachen Inst. für Bergbaukunde I and III;
- Aalto University, School of Engineering and School of Chemical Technology;
- Delft University of Technology, Dept. of Geoscience and Engineering;
- University of Miskolc, Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering;
- Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mining Engineering.
These universities offer the courses of the three options by hosting and teaching the students during one semester. They have been working together for 17 years. Imperial College, Department of Earth Science and Engineering is a special partner and will facilitate several courses.
Following is the detailed information of the universities:
RWTH Aachen University
Germany’s largest technical university and one of the most renowned in Europe. More than 510 professors and roughly 8,000 research and support staff are responsible for the education and research training of 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students, among which 6,400 are international students. Teaching and research are characterised by an international, innovative and interdisciplinary approach and close links to industry.
Aalto University is a multidisciplinary research university created in 2010 from the merger of three leading universities in Finland (Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki School of Economics and University of Art and Design Helsinki). The main campus of Aalto University is located in Otaniemi, Espoo, which is a neighboring city to the capital Helsinki.
At Aalto, there are about 20 000 degree seeking students (including Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level students) out of which 2000 are international students. In addition, Aalto University welcomes annually 950 incoming exchange students from all over the world. The students are supported by approximately 5000 staff members of which 380 are professors. At Aalto University, School of Engineering and School of Chemical Technology take part to the EMMEP programme.
Delft University of Technology
With more than 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 4,500 employees, Delft University of Technology is one of the largest universities in The Netherlands. It annually awards degrees to hundreds of engineers and technologists who go on to excel in science and business. They form an extended and trusted network of alumni contacts.
University of Miskolc
A significant institution of the Hungarian higher education system, contributes to the development of universal science and Hungarian society with its comprehensive, interdisciplinary training and with high-standard research and development work within European higher education. Maintaining, developing and improving international relations in education, training and research are regarded as issues of the utmost importance at the University of Miskolc.
Wroclaw University of Technology
Functioning under the current name since 1945. Since the very beginning of its existence, it has been an important centre of technical education. Today, it belongs to the best technical universities in Poland – over 35 000 students study here under the guidance of 2 000 academic teachers, at the 12 faculties and the Department of Fundamental Studies, as well as in the 3 regional branches. It rates high in the annual rankings of Polish universities. Recently, it has been announced as the best Polish technical university in Webometrics Ranking of Worlds Universities.