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Joint International Master in Smart Systems Integrated Solutions (SSIs)

Become an expert in tomorrow’s technology and study in the leading technical institutions of three European countries!

Application deadlines

Applicants from outside EU/ EAA: 10 January
Applicants from EU/ EEA: 1 March
Application for Erasmus Mundus scholarship* (all nationalities): 10 January

*All applications before 10 January will automatically be considered for Erasmus Mundus scholarship.

Welcome as SSIs applicant!

On behalf of the SSIs Consortium (Aalto, USN and BME) I wish you welcome to apply for the Joint International Master in Smart Systems Integrated Solutions!

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What are Smart Systems?

Smart Systems are miniaturised systems, combining data processing with multi-modal (optical, biological, mechanical) sensing, actuation and communication functions.

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What is SSIs?

SSIs is a two-year (120 ECTS) Joint Master Programme, with full student mobility between the three partner institutions with leading expertise in the academic fields of Smart Systems and Microsystems Technology.

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Is SSIs the right master programme for me?

SSIs awaits applicants from different fields of sciences, but the curriculum is best suited for students with electrical engineering, physics, material science or mechanical/ mechatronics engineering background.

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What can I expect from SSIs?

The curriculum of the SSIs programme gives students state-of-the-art knowledge that combines the strengths of the three participating universities, which is not available at any European institution alone.

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COVID-19 situation

Daily life is now heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, in many regions of the world.

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Previous version of SSI programme (SSI+ 2017-2020)

SSI+ is a two-year (120 ECTS) Joint Master Programme, with full student mobility between the three partner institutions with leading expertise in the academic fields of Smart Systems and Microsystems Technology.

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Disclaimer: This project is funded with support from the European Commission.
The information reflects the views only of the consortium, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information herein.