Official Degree Requirements for the Erasmus Mundus Master's Programme in Space Science and Technology 2018-2019
|Degree structure in Aalto|
|Courses from UW||30|
|Courses from Kiruna||30|
|Aalto language courses||5|
Please fill in your Personal Study Plan (HOPS in Finnish)
Consult Pekka Forsman regarding the selection of courses. Once you have filled in your study plan, please return it to Annika Salama, at the Study office.
ELEC-E8111 Autonomous Mobile Robots (Spring period IV) 5 ECTS
ELEC-E8115 Micro and Nano Robotics (Spring periods III-IV) 5 ECTS
ELEC-E4210 Introduction to Space (Spring periods III-IV) 5 ECTS
ELEC‐E8126 Robotic Manipulation (Spring periods III-IV) 5 ECTS
ELEC-E4240 Satellite Systems (Spring periods IV-V) 5 ECTS
ELEC-E4520 Space Physics (Spring periods IV-V) 5 ECTS
Total ECTS number 30-31
Weekly course schedule
NOTE: The study schedule above is draft with the compulsory courses. Use this to do your own study schedule. Check for the groups for Finnish 1A to find the one suitable for you. Because of the timing of the lectures, not all course combinations may be feasible.
NOTE: Some of the elective courses take place during the spring period, in parallel with your Thesis work. The student needs to carefully consider which courses, if any, he/she is willing and capable of taking along with the Thesis research and writing. The academic coordinator at Aalto is available for councelling with the issue.
Follow the link mycourses, copy-paste the course code in 'search course' field, select 'course overview' on the left and then 'course description' in the middle of the screen .
SpaceMaster program includes Finnish basic course Finnish 1A, and as an elective course an introduction to Finnish culture. (http://kielikeskus.tkk.fi/fi/opetus/kurssit/suomi/). Finnish students may continue some other foreign languages at advanced fifth level.
NOTE: Language classes usually get filled very quickly and you need to roll in via Internet-based WebOodi-system two weeks beforehand, preferably during first hours after opening the site.
The SpaceMaster programme includes the Thesis Writing for Engineers -course given by an English teacher.
For every student the topic will be selected and modified individually considering the interests and background of the student. The topics will be available after student interviews in October-November.
Examples from previous years' SpaceMaster Theses can be found behind the links 'Previous Years' -> (Select year) ->'Theses'.