Details at a Glance
The technology of today and tomorrow won’t be developed in solitude. It will be, and is, carried out in collaborative research, in teams with a broad international set-up.
At Chalmers we have approximately 10,000 students and 1,000 Master’s students who come from more than 80 countries. With teachers and students from various cultural backgrounds, the whole experience is designed to broaden your horizons and provide access to a greater network.
Here, you’ll learn to think independently, and to meet future challenges with the help of sustainable engineering methods. We encourage your creativity and believe in the necessity of free thinking, so that you can be sure that you are able to test your own ideas for real. To facilitate an open environment and a close cooperation between students and teachers we pursue a truly informal atmosphere.
All teaching is in English and through project-based assignments we provide hands-on experience of working with others in teams in everything from planning and organizing to meeting deadlines and presenting results. Through these projects you also learn to apply your theoretical knowledge to tackle complex problems – a necessary approach to real-life situations.
Chalmers occupies a prominent international position in research and education in engineering for sustainable development. This means we play a key role in finding solutions to some of today’s urgent and complex global, environmental and resource problems. Sustainable development is a key part within all programmes.
What Our Students Say
"Amazing, open-minded people from all over the world. Balanced lifestyle and great academics. Hand down, attending Chalmers was one of the best decisions I've ever made!"Emma Norden, awarded US Friends of Chalmers Scholarship, Architecture and Planning beyond Sustainability ‘18
"Amazing, open-minded people from all over the world. Balanced lifestyle and great academics. Hand down, attending Chalmers was one of the best decisions I've ever made!"