The double degree is an integrated study programme (also called joint study plan), established by two or more universities. It allows students to attend part of their university career at the University of Trento and another at a partner university, thus obtaining both the Italian and the foreign qualifications at the same time. Interested students may access the double degree programme only after passing the selection exams and according to the number of available places; the period they will spend abroad may vary from 2 to 4 semesters, depending on the agreements signed with partner universities; the double degree programme involves the undergraduate level, the graduate level or even for both. Students shall pursue a specific study plan, in line with the decisions taken by reference lecturers at partner universities.

The programme aims at bringing different university systems closer, respecting the different national education modalities which are considered as a source of mutual enrichment. The programme pursues three main aims:

  • diversification of the education;
  • quality learning of a foreign language;
  • deeper understanding of a different nation and culture.

EIT Digital Master School

The Master School technical majors include a common technical competence base and a specialisation/ thesis part that has a focus on one of EIT Digital 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. The students will spend their second year at a different university in another country. They will also travel to various European countries for joint kickoff’s, summer schools, winter camps and events.
The education programme also includes internships at the partnering companies and provides management mentoring programmes. This allows close networking and hands-on activities that enables innovative careers.
In each node of EIT Digital there is a Co-location Centre (CLC) that act as meeting places for the students, researchers and industry partners and provide space for lectures and seminars.


EIT Manufacturing Master School

The EIT Manufacturing Master School is a 2-year Double Master’s Degree program

The EIT Manufacturing Master School is a consortium of eight prestigious European universities in the field of engineering.  Starting from the academic year 2022-23, the Department will offer within the Master of Science in Computer Science a new specialization area "Competitive Manufacturing" connected with the EIT Master "Data Analysis and AI for competitive manufacturing" reserved to students who want to pursue the EIT double degree program. 

The EIT Manufacturing Master School offers 5 specialization areas (tracks). 

  • People and Robots for Sustainable Work
  • Additive Manufacturing for Full Flexibility
  • Zero-Defect Manufacture for a Circular Economy
  • Platforms for digitalized value networks
  • Data Analysis and AI for Competitive Manufacturing - The UNITN participates in this area as the Exit University.

EIT Manufacturing Students obtain a common background at the Entry Universities, and specializes on the Digital Manufacturing Technologies related topics at the Exit University.

For further information:
EIT Manufacturing Master School website

Centrale Supélec

The Double Degree Program between UniTN and enables students to obtain two diplomas: the “Ingénieur Diplômé” from Supélec and the “Laurea Magistrale” from University of Trento. The double degree is delivered after the completion of a final project either at Centrale Supélec or UniTN. Every year a call for participation of UniTN students will be available. The preliminary admission to the exchange program is based on a selection procedure. Successful completion of the first year of the “Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni” is a requisite for final admission. The program consists in spending the second and third years at Centrale Supélec. The study plan of each student is beforehand approved by both institutions. See download and the websites for more information.