ROSE is the Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Programme of the Graduate School in Understanding and Managing Extremes (UME School, formerly ROSE School).
The teaching system at the UME School consists of providing a number of relatively short courses, offered in series, with a duration of not more than six weeks. The courses are divided into two semesters, the first running from September until January and the second from February until July. Students are admitted to the school in September (the Fall Term) which corresponds to the beginning of the academic year.
Within the ROSE programme, the UME School offers a wide range of academic activities from one-week short courses to doctoral degrees. Further information on each of the provided programmes at the School can be found by clicking on one of the following links:
- Second Level Master Degree in Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology
- Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Earthquake Engineering and/or Engineering Seismology
- PhD Degree in Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology
- Joint Placement Doctorate with the University of Toronto
- Short Courses
- One-Month Courses