EPFL and ETH Zurich

Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering

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The Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering is offered jointly by EPFL and ETH Zurich, two of Europe's leading science and technology institutions.

EPFL

EPFL Campus
EPFL Campus

Located in full view of the Alps on the north side of Lake Geneva, in one of Europe’s most beautiful places, EPFL is home to 6500 students, a number that has increased by 70% since 1990. With state-of-the-art facilities in a single campus, bright, motivated students, and an outstanding faculty, EPFL’s reputation as a top-rate teaching and research institution continues to grow. There are over 110 nationalities represented on campus. With 50% of its faculty recruited internationally and 65% of the PhD students coming from abroad, EPFL is one of the most international universities in the world. The campus is structured to foster innovation and interdisciplinary research, and students benefit from this atmosphere as their skills and interests evolve.

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The leading house of the master program in Nuclear Engineering at EPFL is the Section of Physics SPH.

ETH Zurich

The ETH main building in downtown Zurich
The ETH main building is located in the centre of Zurich

Approximately 380 professors and 4600 research and support staff are responsible for the education and research training of 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students at ETH Zurich. In recent global assessments, ETH has been consistently ranked as one of the top universities in Europe. The most famous graduate of ETH was none other than Albert Einstein, one of twenty-one Nobel Prize Winners to have been associated with ETH as student or during their professional careers. ETH has two principal locations: one in the centre of Zurich and the Science City campus at Hönggerberg, just outside the city. Students participating in the Joint Masters programme in Nuclear Engineering spend most of their time at the central campus.

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The leading house of the master program in Nuclear Engineering at ETHZ is the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering D-MAVT

 

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