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Master Degree Ph Degree International Dual Degrees

The International dual degree at GICE Providing students the opportunity to pursue two degrees, at two different Universities on two countries in two years; giving students the opportunity for a truly global perspective.

NTU GICE accepts students nominated by the International Offices of our partner universities.


Students are awarded both the relevant GICE degree and a degree from your home university at the end of a unified two-year study program. In general, the incoming students must be enrolled in the first year at their home university in order to be eligible to participate the international dual degree programs.

  • Students are responsible for consulting regularly with their advisors in both schools/colleges of the program.
  • Two separate and distinct diplomas will be awarded only when the requirements for both degrees have been completed.

Incoming INP-ENSEEIHT students

Two-year study program Program Requirements
M1 at ENSEEIHT Students will take 60 ECTS course credits.
M2 at NTU Students will have to take 12 NTU course credits (Equivalent to 40 ECTS) during the year and do their MS thesis under the responsibility of one NTU professor in collaboration with one ENSEEIHT professor. The subject of this MS thesis will be proposed by NTU professors at the beginning of the M1 and accepted by ENSEEIHT professors.


Incoming PODOVA students

Two-year study program Program Requirements
M1 at PODOVA Students will take 60 ECTS credits.
M2 at NTU Students will have to take 12 NTU course credits from exams, and further non-exam activities: a short internship and a Master Thesis (the whole semester is equivalent to 72 ECTS)


Incoming ENSEA students


Two-year study program Program Requirements
M1 at ENSEA Students will take 60 ECTS course credits including a 4-month-internship.
M2 at NTU Students will have to take 12 NTU course credits during the year. Students will have to do their MS thesis under the responsibility of one NTU professor in collaboration with one ENSEA professor. The subject of this MS thesis will be proposed by NTU professors at the beginning of the M1 and accepted by ENSEA professors.