Complete your Thesis Project Abroad
The Department of Information Technology offer our students the opportunity to complete their thesis projects at a number of universities abroad.
Our partners are listed below. The universities can all offer projects in English, with supervision in English, and will all assist you with practical issues such as arrival, lodging, and getting to know the university.
- Please Note: Application dates vary and can in some cases be negotiated.
Our partner universities do not offer a catalogue of projects, but will instead create a project specifically for you, based on your interests and how they correspond with the opportunities at the university. Tongji University in Shanghai has put together these guidelines on what to think about before you apply to do an international thesis project - they are applicable to other universities as well.
Your first step towards an international degree project is to contact our exchange student coordinator Ulrika Jaresund. She will put you in touch with the local contact person for the exchanges available to you.
International Partners for Thesis Projects
Tongji University, Shanghai, China
School of Software Engineering, in sparkling Shanghai, offers theses within the department (and, if the market permits in Chinese industry). Core topcs are: Software Engineering, Human Computer Interaction, Main Frame Programming and Embedded Systems.
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
The university is well situated in central Seoul. They offer thesis in computer systems, formal systems, realtime systems, distributed systems and related fields.
Telecom Bretagne, Brest, France
Telecom Bretagne is a French Engineering School (Teknisk Högskola) situated in Brest in Western France. They offer projects in Telecommunication, Computer Networking, Distributed Systems, AI and Human-Computer Interaction.
Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France
Universite de la Mediterranee, well situated in a national park, on walking distance from the sea, offers projects in Computer Networking, Real Time Systems and Distributed Systems.