Blue Flower

Associate partners

In addition to its core universities in Denmark, Germany, Spain and Portugal, the JEMES CiSu programme also involve a number of associated partner universities, which are responsible for receiving the JEMES CiSu students for half a semester (15 ECTS) during their 3rd semester. This mobility is mandatory for all students except 3rd country students with an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. A mobility overview is provided here.

Beijing University of Technology (Beijing, China)

The College of Environmental and Energy Engineering at Beijing University Of Technology includes environmental science and engineering, power engineering and engineering thermo-physics, chemistry and chemical engineering. There are Institute of Environmental Energy Technology, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,  Department of Environmental Science,  Department of Automotive Engineering, the Department of Refrigeration & Cryogenics Engineering and the Chemical Experiment Teaching Center of Beijing Education Commission. The college has a Key Laboratory of Enhanced Heat Transfer and Energy Conservation of Ministry of Education and Key Laboratory of Water Quality Science and Water Environment Recovery Engineering of Beijing Education Commission. There are four doctoral programme and six master programme in environmental and energy fields.

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

The UNSW is one of Australia’s leading international universities attracting outstanding scholars and students from around the world. UNSW takes pride in the broad range and high quality of our teaching programs. Our teaching gains strength and currency from our research activities and our international nature. UNSW has a broad disciplinary base, with Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences; the Australian School of Business; Built Environment; Engineering; Law; Medicine and Science and College of Fine Arts which would be available to incoming students from partner institutions.

Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China)

The Institute of Environmental Sciences (IES) at Beijing Normal University was founded in 1983. IES was one of the first established institutions of its kind in China with the responsibility of providing educational programs and conducting research in the field of environmental sciences. In 2002, IES officially became the School of Environment with augmented ability of educating students and conducting research. The School of Environment now has 66 faculty members in total, including 24 full time professors. Among the 24 FT professors three have been granted the 'Leading Personage for the Scientific Subject Over to the Next Century', two have been granted the 'National Outstanding Youth Science Fund'. Now there are 7 institutes in the school and the Grant and Funds is over 5 million USD per year. It has established a set of theory and method system of the regional strategy environment impact assessment and the key research of school covers eutrophication mechanisms and pollution control, photogedradation etc.

Columbia University (New York, USA)

The Earth Institute at Columbia University comprises more than 30 research centers and some 850 scientists, postdoctoral fellows, staff and students. Working across many disciplines, solutions for problems in public health, poverty, energy, ecosystems, climate, natural hazards and urbanization are studied and created. The Institute focuses on the protection of earth's environment and the spread of social and economic opportunities for all people. The notion is that dealing with issues such as extreme poverty must involve tackling issues such as environmental degradation, and lack of access to health care and education. The work reflects the fundamental belief that the world possesses the tools needed to effectively mitigate climate change, poverty and other critical issues.

University of California (Santa Cruz, USA)

University of California (Davis, USA)

University of California (Merced, USA)

Mahidol University (Bangkok, Thailand)

With its goal of being the “Wisdom of the Land”, Mahidol University has continuously strived for educational excellence, outstanding research, and a global outlook. Thus, Mahidol University has been recognized as being among the top Thai universities by both the Times Higher Education World University and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Asian University Rankings. As an associate partner with the JEMES CiSu programme, Department of Civil and Environmental  Engineering at Mahidol University (Salaya Campus) has offered the opportunities for the exchange students to carry out projects to solve real-life problems under four main research themes including “eco-efficient engineering research and applications towards green industry and communities”, “GIS and remote sensing applications in urban/suburban planning”, “emerging micro-pollutants” and “disaster management for cities: mitigation of earthquake disasters”.

Parson’s New School for Design (New York, USA)