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Programme overview + syllabus

The Programme sylllabus is a document that regulates the educational content of the programme, as well as specifying the goals that the students are required to meet in order to graduate

Programme Syllabus


EMAES consists of a compulsory methods course, a further three compulsory courses, a choice between two elective courses, and a compulsory thesis course. The methods course is integrated with the other courses in the programme, so that methods are studied in parallel to the various themes addressed in each course.

The programme is structured as follows:



You can read more about the courses here.

Regarding the novel coronavirus, Covid-19

Due to the current situation with the novel coronavirus, the entire autumn term for EMAES will be carried out as remote studies. All "campus meetings" until March 2021 will be held online.

The dates for the on-campus meetings for students accepted in 2018, 2019 and 2020 respectively as follows:

Students starting 2018

  • 10-11 September 2018
  • 11-12 October 2018
  • 10-11 January 2019
  • 28-29 January 2019
  • 21-22 March 2019
  • 8-9 April 2019
  • 10-11 October 2019
  • 21-22 November 2019
  • 27-28 Janary 2020
  • 11-12 June 2020

 

Students starting 2019

  • 9-10 September 2019
  • 10-11 October 2019
  • 9-10 January 2020
  • 30-31 January 2020
  • 19-20 March 2020
  • 20-21 April 2020
  • 15-16 October 2020
  • 26-27 November 2020
  • 28-29 Janary 2021
  • TBA June 2021

 

Students starting 2020

  • 7-8 September 2020
  • 8-9 October 2020
  • 12-13 January 2021
  • 28-29 January 2021
  • 11-12 March 2021
  • 8-9 April 2021
  • 7-8 October 2021
  • 18-19 November 2021
  • 27-28 January 2022
  • June 2022
  • September 2022
     

 

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