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Master / PhDBlended Intensive Programme: "Positive Energy Districts"

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Overview

Dalarna University (Sweden ) is inviting students to take part in a Blended Intensive Programme “ Positive Energy Districts”.

Programme consists of physical and online parts. Both parts must be attended obligatory. Physical part will occur at Dalarna University. Detailed information about the programme contents must be addressed to the organisators.

Students cover expenses related to travel, accommodation, meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) with support from the BIP (Erasmus+ grant).

Who can apply: Applicants must hold at least a Degree of Bachelor (180 credits) in one of these subjects: Architecture, Construction Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Urban Planning. Students will be able to participate only if they have confirmed the possibility to acknowledge/transfer BIP programme as C (or other) part study course. (Please confirm this with your academic advisor and programme director. Template in Latvian. Template in English.)

Priority: For students participating in a BIP program first time.

BIP includes both virtual and on-site component (both must be attended obligatory):
Online: 09/09/2024-13/09/2024
On site in Sweden (Campus Borlänge): 02/09/2024-06/09/2024

Attending both online and face-to-face parts of the program, students will gain 3 ECTS which is 2 credit points. For students who have a part C study subject in their study plan, it will be possible to recognize part of it with the gained ECTS.

By submitting applications students apply for taking part in the project and also for the Erasmus+ scholarship. The scholarship will be provided for the face-to-face activity days partially covering your expenses (food, transport expenses, etc.). Scholarship for 5 days face-to-face program will be 545 EUR in total or 109 EUR per day. If the traveling to the host university takes place at least one day prior to the start of the program and returns – the next day after the program, there will be travel compensation for these 2 days (up to 218 EUR) after submitting documents confirming traveling dates. Additional funds are available to persons with different social statuses.

Submit an application at OutgoingExchange.rtu.lv, uploading the RTU Transcript of records for all completed semesters, CV (in English), as well as any proof of English language skills.
In case of questions regarding the scholarship, contact RTU International Mobility Unit via arturs.cernisevs@rtu.lv.

Please take into account these important rules:

  • Two Erasmus scholarship periods can’t overlap!
  • Students can participate in one BIP program only at the same time!
  • Do not apply for another BIP program if both periods overlap!
  • The full period of the BIP program means the full duration of the program – virtual learning + physical mobility!
  • Students can’t combine the semester mobility and participation in BIP within the same period of time!


All participants must make sure that their participation will not cause issues in the ongoing semester courses at RTU (please confirm this with your lecturers and academic advisors).
All participants must also fit the prerequisites. Learn more here.

Apply now! Academic year Short Term 2023/24
This is a rolling intake - applications are accepted all year round.
Apply now! Academic year Short Term 2023/24
This is a rolling intake - applications are accepted all year round.