Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

THRUST Masters of Engineering (MEng) Program

Study turbomachinery aeromechanics in Europe and at Duke

Duke MEMS has partnered with the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) to offer an international Master of Engineering (MEng) in Mechanical Engineering program with concentration in turbomachinery aeromechanics dubbed THRUST.

The program offers you the opportunity to earn degrees from partner institutions in Europe and the United States. Duke participants earn both a master's degree from KTH (where you spend the first program year in residence), and a master's degree from Duke (where your second year is spent).

Program Highlights

  • Broad international learning experience – through a suite of turbomachinery aeromechanics courses offered at world-class universities
  • Master's-level program focused on aeromechanics in turbomachines
  • Extended industrial contacts through internships and workshops, where the students, teachers and industrial partners meet in person
  • Expert faculty make use of remote teaching technology for virtual and interactive workshops and project courses

Meet Our Students

Carlos ChavezCarlos Chávez

Product Development Engineer at Honeywell
THRUST Masters of Engineering Program, 2013

Jing LiJing Li

R&D Mechanical Engineer, GE Global Research Center
THRUST Masters of Engineering Program, 2013; PhD in Mechanical Engineering, 2016

ApplY

The application process is open October to January.

 

Apply Now

Apply through the THRUST program website.

 

Duke Program Coordinator

Robert KielbRobert Kielb, Ph.D.
rkielb@duke.edu 
+1 919 660 5327