Master of Science in Sustainable Transport and Urban Mobility
Facts about the program
- ECTS Credits:
- Study duration:
- 2 years
- Start of Studies:
- Autumn 2021
- Study level:
- Master's degree (2 years)
- Application opens:
- Now open
- Application deadline:
- 1 March 2021 for international applicants, and applicants with a temporary residence permit in Norway
- Term fee:
- NOK 745 pr. semester
The international MSc programme in Sustainable Transport and Urban Mobility welcomes both Norwegian and international students with a recognized 180 ECTS bachelor’s degree in a relevant academic field such as economics, civil engineering, urban planning or geography. The programme focuses on analysis, challenges and problem-solving in sustainable urban and long distance transport, as well as developing the principles of key skills in the field, such as modelling, economic and policy analysis. The entire degree programme is taught and assessed in English and no fees are payable, regardless of your home country
The study programme focuses on analysis, challenges and problem solving in transport and provides a thorough understanding of the complexity and structure of different transport systems. In addition to providing a solid, transport-related platform, the study program allows students to choose between two directions; urban transport and long-distance transport, where both passenger and freight transport are dealt with. The structure of the study also covers topics related to logistics, such as networks and operational issues. The subject area has a scientific approach, based on areas such as economics, engineering, IT, social sciences and quantitative methods such as operations analysis and statistics. The programme is open to international students and all teaching takes place in English.
What will you study?
There are two main study options:
- Urban Transport, including public passenger transport, new micromobility modes such as scooters, and transport economics and policy.
- Long Distance Transport, including transport of both people and goods.
In the third semester, to develop specialist skills and knowledge, you choose in-depth seminar courses, from a range of thirty, taught by experts from all over the world. The fourth and last semester, students write a 30 ECTS master’s thesis.