Bachelor / Master
If you're enrolled in a technical study – physics, engineering – are bright and ambitious, and thrilled by the prospect of doing research in a stimulating, very international environment, and keen on contributing to a clean energy supply for all, for ever, then Fusion may be just the thing for you.
The specialization for fusion research really starts in the Master phase, although there are some universities in Europe that offer introductory courses in the Bachelor phase.
Under the umbrella of Fusenet, we have set up a European Fusion Master certificate. This is a quality label and ensures adequate orientation of the education programme to the needs of the research and development programme.
In case you are interested in learning more about fusion, you have the following options:
1. Full, dedicated, 2 year European Master programmes:
2. Master tracks, 1 year specialisation programmes
3. Separate Fusion courses
You can use the option below to find courses that are offered by doing any of the following searches:
|Course title||Institute name|
|Nuclear Fusion, ITER||Technical University of Catalonia, Spain|
|PhD Course in Fusion Science and Engineering||Università di Padova, Italy|
|Fusion Technology||Technical University of Catalonia, Spain|
|Master Nuclear Engineering (MNE)|
|European Master in Nuclear Energy (EMINE)|
|Erasmus +: FUSION EP program||Ghent University, Belgium|
|Plasma Physics I||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Plasma Physics II||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Numerical Plasma Physics I||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Numerical Plasma Physics II||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Physics and engineering of fusion reactors||University of Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|Fusion Research (Plasma applications II)||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Plasma Technology (Plasma applications I)||University of Stuttgart, Germany|
|Fusionsenergi og fusionsplasmafysik||Technical University of Denmark|