An international adventure

Doing a European master is not only about studying. As you journey through Europe you will have the chance to get to know many new places, experiences and friends. Take a look at what some of our past students got up to.

  • Dresden

    Autumn/winter, Year 1

    Dresden is a beautiful city: explore the historic Altstadt, the alternative art in Neustadt, or just relax by the river Elbe. FRM students have plenty of opportunities to visit the famous Dresden Christmas market and the mountains of the Sachsicher Schweiz.

    Read more on FRM3's blog!
  • Fieldtrips

    Throughout

    A changing selection of field trips are offered throughout the course. Here are FRM3 on a residential fieldtrip to look at coastal flooding the island of Sylt in the North of Germany.

    Read more on FRM3's blog!
  • Delft

    Spring/summer, Year 1

    The study schedule in IHE Delft is full but students still find plenty of time to visit the famous cities, flower fields and windmills of the Netherlands (and for some, to learn to ride a bike!).

    Read more on FRM4's blog!
  • Florida Everglades fieldtrip

    May, Year 1

    A three-week field trip to Florida's Everglades is the highlight of Semester 2.

    Read more on FRM3's blog!
  • Summer holidays

    Summer, Year 1

    Students have used themonth-long summer break to take a trip home, do an internship or visit other countries in Europe, such as Turkey!

  • Barcelona

    Autumn, Year 2

    The half-semester in Barcelona has something for everyone: FC Barcelona, a great city and the beach!

    Read more on FRM4's blog!
  • Ljubljana

    Winter, Year 2

    A snowy half-semester in Ljubljana rounds off the taught part of the master and students head off to start their thesis placements.

    Read more on FRM4's blog!
  • Graduation

    September, Year 2

    The master ends with a final reunion in Delft, the Netherlands and a graduation ceremony and dinner at IHE Delft. The students make quick presentations of their thesis and receive their well-deserved diplomas.

    Read more on FRM1's blog!