The first Erasmus Mundus ME3+ Master's students have completed their studies

They have completed a rigorous academic education that combines engineering in energy and environmental process engineering with management and social sciences.

The University of Borås is one of five partner universities within the joint Erasmus Mundus Master's programme ME3+. It is an educational collaboration that aims to develop knowledge in one of the following three possible directions: Integration of renewable energy, resource recovery for the circular economy and smart cities, and Industry 4.0.

The two-year programme, which started in 2021, includes three terms of courses and one term for the degree project. It is designed as a unique learning opportunity where students integrate knowledge from different disciplines and apply them in realistic projects and industrial contexts.

"We are proud to be part of this outstanding initiative and look forward to continuing to contribute to the education of future leaders in the environment and energy sector," said Ilona Sárvári Horváth, one of the directors of the Erasmus Mundus ME3+ programme at the University of Borås.

Within the programme, ten more students in Budapest have successfully graduated, marking the achievement of international collaboration that Erasmus Mundus ME3+ promotes.

The application for the programme starting in the autumn of 2024 is now open and we look forward to welcoming new students to the ME3+ programme and to continuing our role in shaping the future leaders in environmental and energy technology," said Ilona Sárvári Horváth.

Read more about the programme