T.I.M.E. Double Degree Scholarship
What is the T.I.M.E. Program?
T.I.M.E. is a network of top universities with the ambitious goal of educating particularly qualified engineering students together. T.I.M.E. was originally short for Top Industrial Managers for Europe, but the network now includes non-European partner universities.
Some of the RWTH's faculties have agreements with certain T.I.M.E. network partners, which allow their students to apply for a double Master's program, at the end of which a student acquires two Master's degrees from two renowned universities and oustanding qualifications for an international career.
Which faculties currently offer T.I.M.E. agreements with which partners?
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering offers a T.I.M.E. program with the group of Ecoles Centrales in France, a T.I.M.E. program with Keio University in Japan, as well T.I.M.E. programs with the Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain, and the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST), Poland.
The Faculty of Civil Engineering offers a T.I.M.E. program with CTU Prague in Czechia.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology offers a T.I.M.E. program with the group of Ecoles Centrales in France, KTH Stockholm in Sweden, CTU Prague in the Czechia, Keio University in Japan, Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Spain, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland, Universidade Sao Paulo in Brazil, and Baumann University in Moscow, Russia. You can find further information on the Faculty of Electrical Engineernig and Information Technology T.I.M.E. program (de).
Basic Application Requirements
In order to participate in the T.I.M.E. program, candidates must have a Bachelor's degree from one of the RWTH faculties mentioned or a comparable Bachelor's degree from another German university.
The students must seek advising from their faculty before submitting the application.
Application Materials and Scholarship Opportunities
Interested students must first seek advising at their faculty before submitting the application and submit the entire application to the International Office by March 15 of the year, in which they plan to begin their studies abroad. The respective faculties will select applicants based on the requirements listed above.
Please submit your application unbound without an application portfolio in a sheet protector.
T.I.M.E. Alumni Network
If you want to profit from the experiences of T.I.M.E. alumni and want to network, you can get additional information from the T.I.M.E. Alumni.