Top International Managers in Engineering

Top International Managers in Engineering (T.I.M.E.), formerly Top Industrial Managers for Europe, is a network of fifty-seven engineering schools, faculties and technical universities. The oldest European network of engineering schools in its field, the T.I.M.E. Association promotes graduate student exchanges and double degrees throughout Europe and the world to enable students to achieve a broader, high-level scientific engineering education with in-depth intercultural experience.[1]

Top International Managers in Engineering
AbbreviationT.I.M.E.
Formation1988
FounderEcole Centrale Paris
Founded atParis, France
Location
Secretary General
Gwenaelle Guillerme
Websitewww.time-association.org

Several hundreds of graduate students per year participate in T.I.M.E. mobility activities and pursue double degrees (at Master and Doctorate levels). Double degrees require the participating student to spend more than three semesters in another member university and at least the same in her/his home university, in order to be awarded two full degrees.

The T.I.M.E. network includes primarily graduate engineering schools and technical universities from Europe, but increasing numbers of members are now from other continents.

History

In 1989, the T.I.M.E. network was created at the École Centrale Paris. Its main purpose was to coordinate European double degree and exchange programmes in engineering at the Master’s level. The T.I.M.E. network had 16 founding members, each a leading engineering institution in its respective country. The T.I.M.E. Association was formally incorporated as a not-for-profit body under French law in 1997, with 29 members. Current membership is 57 institutions from 23 countries.[2][3]

TIME members include the following engineering schools and faculties and technical universities:[4]

 Australia:

  • The University of Queensland (AU-UQ)

 Austria:

 Belgium:

 Brazil:

 China:

 Czech Republic:

 Denmark:

 Spain:

 France:

 Germany:

 Greece:

 Hungary:

 Italy:

 Japan:

 Norway:

 Poland:

 Portugal:

 Russia:

 Sweden:

 Turkey:

References

  1. "T.I.M.E. History | T.I.M.E." www.time-association.org. Archived from the original on 2017-04-22. Retrieved 2017-04-21.
  2. "Landing". T.I.M.E. Association. Retrieved 2019-12-15.
  3. "Mission". T.I.M.E. Association. 2019-02-19. Retrieved 2019-12-15.
  4. "List of Members (July 1st. 2015) | T.I.M.E." www.time-association.org. Retrieved 2017-04-21.
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