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Master's Degrees

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Estudiantes de máster

Nuestros estudiantes de máster pueden optar por desarrollar su TFM en el marco de nuestro programa de movilidad internacional. Esta estancia se realizará durante el tercer semestre del máster en una entidad colaboradora y tendrá una duración mínima de tres meses, siendo ampliable a un curso académico completo.
Disponemos de un amplio número de universidades con las que tenemos un convenio, dispuestas a acoger a nuestros estudiantes, y anualmente, contactamos con nuevas universidades y centros, ampliando así nuestra red.

Esta es una muestra de entidades colaboradoras: ICAM y ENSIL (Francia), ISEP y Universidad de Aveiro (Portugal), Universidad de Twente (Países Bajos), Politécnico de Milán (Italia), Lappeenranta UT (Finlandia), FH Campus Wien (Austria), Universidad de Duisburg-Essen (Alemania), STUBA ( Eslovaquia), Nagaoka UT (Japón), SLU y Marquette University (EEUU).

 Información para estudiantes salientes de máster 

 

I really wanted to experience what it is and what it takes to study in an American university, specially doing research because it is so different from how we do things in Spain.
I loved the atmosphere at Parks College of Engineering and at SLU, giving me the chance to meet people with different backgrounds and joining different club. Attending to Saint Louis University was a life changing experience that substantially impacted on my professional career.

Cristina is now working on various projects. Her research includes designing and testing mechanical heart valves with software simulation, as well as utilizing a test rig located at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
Further information: https://www.slu.edu/parks/news/cristina-irigoyen.php

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Cristina Irigoyen

I really wanted to experience what it is and what it takes to study in an American university, specially doing research because it is so different from how we do things in Spain.
I loved the atmosphere at Parks College of Engineering and at SLU, giving me the chance to meet people with different backgrounds and joining different club. Attending to Saint Louis University was a life changing experience that substantially impacted on my professional career.

Cristina is now working on various projects. Her research includes designing and testing mechanical heart valves with software simulation, as well as utilizing a test rig located at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
Further information: https://www.slu.edu/parks/news/cristina-irigoyen.php

Cristina Irigoyen, International semester at Saint Louis University, USA.

 

 

 

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