What is SSI?
The Joint International Master in Smart Systems Integration (SSI) is a two-year MSc programme given jointly by three reputable European institutions: Heriot-Watt University in Scotland (HWU), University College of South East Norway (USN) and Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary (BME), awarding a Joint Degree signed by all three partners. Students will spend a semester at each of the three institutions. SSI adresses the present and future needs in manpower from the increasingly industry relevant area of Smart Systems, including MicroSystems Technology and Internet of Things. Systems such as airbag crash sensors, lab-on-a chip systems, environmental sensors and smart phones function through the integration of electronic processing with biological, mechanical and/or optical functions. SSI has obtained the prestigious “Erasmus Mundus” status awarded by the European Union.
What does SSI offer?
WHAT CAN I DO AFTER SSI?
The Joint Degree you obtain open for numerous job opportunities, whether you wish to work in industry, research institutes, governmental agencies or if you wish to pursue Ph.D. studies. The programme will give you competences which will make you attractive not only in the three partner countries, but also in the rest of Europe as well as North America and Asia. You can work with a diverse range of topics, the list below indicates examples: