Update on the situation under T.I.M..E. Association Members and the Erasmus+ programme. To support the knowledge transfer across Members, T.I.M.E. Association reports on the latest developments in relation to the measures taken in: each country participating in the Erasmus+ programme each T.I.M.E. Association’s Member 26 March 2020
Top International Managers in Engineering
The T.I.M.E. Association (Top International Managers in Engineering) is focused on engineering education. It is a network of leading technical universities and engineering schools founded in 1989. The members have a strong international dimension in their research, teaching and industrial relations, and are all committed to international cooperation and student exchanges and recognition of studies abroad. The association consists of 57 members in 21 countries.
The T.I.M.E. Association work primarily with the enabling of double degree studies in engineering, educational projects funded by the association, specialised task forces and networking for EU-funded projects in education.
T.I.M.E. Double Degree
If you are a student within engineering or a related field, finishing your bachelor’s degree or already enrolled in a Master of Science programme at a T.I.M.E. member institution, you are eligible to apply to a T.I.M.E. Double Degree through your university. Here's what some current T.I.M.E. Double Degree students think about their experince.
” I wanted to have an experience different from Erasmus and I wanted to do something that could help me more to develop my professional career” read more
“I was very interested by the many opportunities this path could open and also the high prestige of the universities involved in the program.” read more
“The experience was fantastic: I met people from all over the world, become (almost) trilingual, gained knowledge and skills that are always more important in our connected world.” read more
“The T.I.M.E. Double Degree was exactly what I needed since it not only introduces me to the international market early on but also challenges me and develops my skills in a very different way.” read more