Degree structure and studies

The Nordic Master's Programme in Sustainable ICT Solutions of Tomorrow is a two-year programme. It leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology, M.Sc. (Tech.), which is 120 ECTS credits.

This is a double degree programme developed in cooperation with Aalborg University Copenhagen (AAU), Denmark. Students admitted to this Master's programme will receive a degree certificate from both LUT and AAU after they have fulfilled the degree requirements of both universities.

The programme includes core and advanced specialisation studies as well as a Master's thesis.

Core studies, 35 ECTS credits, include research design and methods, software design and development, ICT solutions aligned with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and a project on services and platforms.

Advanced specialisation studies, 55 ECTS credits. Two options available:

  • The sustainable software engineering specialisation at LUT is based on core studies of software engineering and applies sustainable thinking.
  • The sustainable ICT solutions specialisation at Aalborg University Copenhagen builds on Internet technologies from a sustainable perspective.

The Master's thesis, 30 ECTS credits, is an advanced research project during the programme's fourth semester. The Master's thesis is a part of the advanced specialisation studies and requires approximately six months of full-time work.

The programme is divided into four semesters, each 30 ECTS credits. The studies include an exchange period in the partner university.

Nordic Master's Programme in Sustainable ICT Solutions of Tomorrow

Degree
Double degree from LUT and AAU,
Master of Science in Technology

Credits
120 ECTS credits

Duration
2 years

Language
English

Start date
August 2022

Locations
Lappeenranta campus, Finland
Copenhagen campus, Denmark

Tuition fees
EUR 13 500 Non-EU/EEA students
Scholarships available

Academic unit
LUT School of Engineering Science

Official site of the programme
https://prophet.lutsoftware.com/

Regular admission
1 December 2021 − 19 January 2022 at 15:00 (UTC+3)