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EUROPEAN JOINT MASTERS IN SAFE AND RELIABLE NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS (SARENA)
This project receives financial support from the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission within the Erasmus Mundus programme for its editions from 2019-2022.
The SARENA master will account for 120 ECTS to be achieved during 24 months. This comprises an academic period that lasts for 3 semesters accounting for 30 ECTS each and an industrial or research project semester with a master thesis accounting for 30 ECTS.
SARENA ends with a master thesis in semester 4 carried out either in a company or a research institution under the supervision of an Academic Tutor from the programme institution where the student is enrolled in and a Company Tutor/Laboratory Supervisor where the thesis takes place. The common denominator for all academic semesters is SAFETY regardless the specialisation. There is strong involvement of lecturers from the nuclear industry in the academic semesters. This helps the students to better understand industry’s needs and opportunities for master thesis work in accordance with their professional project and employment. The consortium was set up to provide the best education for nuclear sector at stake nowadays and in the future in Europe. Providing the best knowledge and competencies in each semester guarantees the education of highly skilled engineers and experts. Each institution will contribute with a semester constituting its core knowledge and competencies.
All our students are graduates from:
1) IMT Atlantique (SARENA European Joint Masters in SAfe and REliable Nuclear Applications).
2) The second degree depends on the study track:
In addition, a joint certificate of the SARENA International Master programme is issued to each student.
IMT Atlantique, France: a leading French Higher Education and Research Institution in Engineering. IMT Atlantique(Nantes Campus) is part of the Institut Mines-Telecom.
The Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain: the oldest andthe largest Technical University in Spain.
The Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland: a pioneering science university in Finland, bringing together the fields of science and business since 1969.
The University of Ljubljana (UL), Slovenia: the oldest and largest higher education and scientific research institution in Slovenia. University with its rich tradition was founded in 1919.