Have a look at the member universities in the ESST network and the academic specializations they offer you as an ESST Student:

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The following universities offer the programmes curriculum of the first semester, and you may apply for the programme at each of them. Please note language of teaching:

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria (German, two-year programme)
Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain (Spanish, one-year programme)
Maastricht University, the Netherlands (English, one-year programme)
NKUA/NTUA, Athens, Greece (Greek, two-year programme)
Strasbourg University, France (French, two-year programme)
University of Oslo, Norway (Norwegian, one-year programme)

Others among the programme universities are contributing as second semester specializations partners (below).


Aalborg University, Denmark
Innovation Systems, Social and Ecological Change

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria
Governance, Innovation and Sustainability, 

Autonomus University of Madrid, Spain
Economics and Management of Innovation

Lund University, Sweden
Innovation and Societal Challenges

Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Science and Public Policy

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland
The Theory and Practice of Risk Society

NKUA/NTUA Athens, Greece
Philosophy and History of Science and Technology
Science, Technology and Sustainability: North-South Comparisons
Enabling and Disabling Dimensions of Technological Change
Law, Science and technology

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Innovation Policy and Small States

University of Lisbon, Portugal
Water management and water uses: public participation, stakeholders’ involvement and the role of science

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Ethical and philosophical stakes of sciences in societies

University of Oslo, Norway
Science and Technology in Politics and Society
Innovation and Global Challenges

University of Strasbourg, France
Atmospheric Sciences in the Anthropocene

University of Trento, Italy
Science and Environment in Society; Science and Environmental Communication