Double degrees are study programs established by two universities. Within these programs, students study at the University of Trento and at a partner university, and obtain two qualifications without prolonging their studies. Students are required to spend abroad 2 to 4 semesters, depending on the agreement in place. Both undergraduate and graduate students can participate in the selection process, but the number of available places is limited. Students shall pursue a specific study plan, in line with the decisions taken by reference lecturers at partner universities.

These programs were created in an effort to harmonize higher education systems while acknowledging that diversity is a source of mutual enrichment, with these main objectives:

  • to diversify education;
  • to learn a foreign language;
  • to understand a foreign country and culture.

EIT Digital Master School

Students of the Master School will take a set of technical majors that include a common technical competence base and a specialization/thesis part that has a focus on one of EIT ICT Labs' Thematic Action Lines (90 ECTS) and a fully standardized minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (30 ECTS).
The Master School integrates the European scope into the academic curriculum by adding cross-node mobility as a core ingredient. Students will spend their second year at a different university in another country, and they will also travel to various European countries for joint kickoff meetings, summer schools, winter camps and other events.
The education program also includes internships at partnering companies and provides management mentoring programs. This allows close networking and hands-on activities that provide guided paths into innovative careers.
Each node of EIT Digital has a Co-location Centre (CLC) that acts as meeting place for students, researchers and industry partners and provides space for lectures and seminars.


Centrale Supélec

With the Double Degree Program between Centrale Supélec and UniTrento students obtain two diplomas: the “Ingénieur Diplômé” from Centrale Supélec and the “Laurea Magistrale” from the University of Trento. The double degree is delivered after the completion of a final project either at Centrale Supélec or at UniTrento. A call to participate in the program and a selection procedure are launched every year. In order to participate, candidates must have completed the first year of the “Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni” curriculum. Admitted students will spend the second and third year at Centrale Supélec, with a study plan that must be approved by both institutions. See the download box and the websites below for more information.