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Why study Advanced Mobility Servies at the EIT Urban Mobility Master School?
The mobility challenges generated by rapid urbanization, e-commerce activities providing door to door deliveries, as well as the urgent need for more sustainable transport systems require the creation and development of innovative urban mobility solutions for people and goods. Trends such as Mobility as a Service, Logistic as a Service, Vehicle Sharing, Internet of Things, and Micromobility are some of the developments that have the potential to radically reshape our urban systems and create more livable and safer cities.
This programme takes a holistic approach to studying, designing, and implementing advanced mobility services by integrating technical expertise with innovative approaches and entrepreneurial skills so that graduates have the tools they need to implement new ideas and shape a more sustainable urban future.
How is the programme structured?
All programmes at the EIT Urban Mobility Master School have a unique study path:
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Where can I study Advanced Mobility Services?
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What are my career opportunities?
Career opportunities for graduates of the Advanced Mobility Services Master programme are found in both the public and private sectors, across Europe and Worldwide, and they encourage graduates to get involved in innovation strategies and business creation. The skills learned in this programme are highly demanded in a broad sense in the fields of, among others, logistics, transport managers, mobility authorities and the automotive sector.
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Who can apply?
Candidates should have a solid foundation in quantitative, technical and business and/or economics methods as demonstrated by a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering or Information engineering.
Additionally, the Advanced Mobility Services programme also welcomes applicants with a technical degree (any other engineering degree, mathematics, physics, statistics, information science) with substantial coursework in business and/or economics. All study routes that include TU Braunschweig require either a prior degree in Industrial Engineering, Information Engineering or Economics or at least 35 ECTS prior coursework in business and/or economics.
To qualify for admission, applicants need to fulfill the admission requirements, which are a complete and suitable Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of studies and proof of English language proficiency.
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