The commitment of the International Relations Office at ETSII is to promote interchange of Students and Staff with the leading academic Engineering Institutions all over the world. Internationalization is one of the strategic principles of the ETSII, within a labor market context, where Engineers are professionals susceptible to develop their careers globally.

International experience is considered a valued skill from the part of employers, and the ETSII provides different possibilities to acquire it, with the numerous partners, and a 30 years old interchange expertise. Nowadays close to 50% of ETSII last year students, develop part of their studies out of Spain.


TWO MORE Cranfield Webinars: School of Water, Energy and Environment / Management MSc

Estimados estudiantres,

Os remitimos información relevante para los que estéis interesados en estudiar en Cranfield.

Hi All,


Please be so kind and share this widely with your students interested in studying at Cranfield!


We have two more webinars lined up for students at our European partner institutions to make sure you really have all the information you need:


Management MSc


The School of Water, Energy and Environment


See more information below:




9/11/21 – 5pm (UK time)


If you couldn’t make it to our recent webinar about the School of Management or you would like to get more in-depth information about our Management MSc, please join us for this webinar!

The programme is top ranked (6th in the UK and 28th in the world by QS World University Rankings) and will equip you with the knowledge and practical skills you need to tackle complex business challenges and to prepare you for demanding managerial roles in the future. It includes a three-month in-company internship project, and you will spend one month in Spain where you will study two of your compulsory modules. The programme is aimed at graduates with a desire to develop their knowledge and skills in management and is suitable for students with or without a background in business studies.


The Course Directors Michael Dickmann and Leila Alinaghian will present their exciting course to you and will be able to answer any questions about the application, learning experience, internship, thesis topics and much more.


Please register here





11/11/21 – 5pm (UK time)


If you are interested in joining any of our programs in Water, Energy or Environment this is the right opportunity to get all the details you need to make your decision. Our extensive portfolio of postgraduate degrees is designed with employers to meet industry needs. They combine high-calibre teaching with practical work experience, giving you an unparalleled competitive edge. Our courses are taught by active researchers and subject specialists who inform government and industry, alongside guest speakers from the environment sector. You will also gain practical experience through our group and individual projects, in collaboration with organisations such as the Environment Agency, Tarmac and Anglian Water.


Tim Brewer, the School’s Director of Education, will lead you through the programmes and Dimitris Athanasopoulos-Tseles, a PhD Researcher and former MSc student at the School, will give you insights from a student perspective. Lars Kascha, the International Development Manager Europe and Central Asia, will host the event and answer all your questions about the European Partnership Programme.


Please register here


We are looking forward to welcoming you online and hopefully in person next year at Cranfield!


Lars Kascha

International Development Manager (Europe and Central Asia)

Un cordial saludo


Publicado el Monday, 8 de November de 2021