MESPOM Students

The MESPOM students and alumni come from over 70 countries of five continents. A typical MESPOM student has graduated with top grades from a good university and has some experience of voluntary or professional environmental work. She or he understands global environmental challenges and has a clear commitment to contribute to their resolution.

The MESPOM Program has attracted students from prestigeous international universities such as BostonBrownLeidenLundMcGill, McMasterMoscow State, Peking and Stanford, as well as Universities of Andes (Columbia), Auckland, Canberra, Cape Town, Costa Rica, British ColumbiaCalifornia (Santa Barbara), CopenhagenNew Delhi, OxfordPuebla (Mexico), San Marcos (Peru), SheffieldToronto and Washington (Seattle), Weseda (Japan) among others.

 

Batch 12 (2016-2018)

22 students study in Batch 12.

They come from Afghanistan, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Fiji, Germany, India, Jordan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Tanzania and the United States of America.

 


 

 

 


Batch 11 (2015-2017)

21 students study in Batch 11. They started their 3rd semester mobility at Lund University or Manchester University in the fall of 2016.

They come from Canada, China, Ecuador, France, Greece, India, Latvia, Mexico, Nepal, Poland, South Africa, Taiwan and United States of America.

 

Batch 10 (2014-2016)

30 students studied in Batch 10. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2016. Their theses will soon be available here

They came from Australia, Bosnia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, United Kingdom and United States of America.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3) can be downloaded here: LED's Light the Future: Showcasing Models of Innovative Lighting Solutions.

 

 

 

Batch 9 (2013-2015)

27 students studied in Batch 9.  They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2015. Their theses will soon be available here

They came from Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, France,  Germany, Georgia, India, Ireland, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America and Venezuela.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3 can be downloaded here: Looking at the Bright Side: Dissemination of Innovative Lighting Solutions for the Public and Private Sector.


Batch 8 (2012-2014)

33 students studied in Batch 8. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2014. Their theses are available here

They came from China, Columbia, Egypt, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Kenya, Macedonia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Russian Federation, Spain, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States of America.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3) can be downloaded here: Energy for an Integrated Future: Opportunities for the Öresund Region.

 

Batch 7 (2011-2013)

29 students studied in Batch 7. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2013. Their theses are available here

They came from Albania, Australia, Canada, China, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Hong-Kong, Iceland, India, Lithuania, Mexico, Nicaragua, Russian Federation, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Tanzania and United States of America.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3) can be downloaded here: Strategic Energy Solutions

 

Batch 6 (2010-2012)

                

33 students studied in Batch 6. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2012. Their theses are available here.

They came from Brazil, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Maldives, Mexico, Mongolia, New Zealand, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Tanzania, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America, Vanuatu and Vietnam.

 

Batch 5 (2009-2011)

34 students studied in Batch 5. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2011. Their theses are available here

They came from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Honduras, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Lebanon, New Zealand, Norway, Palestine, Russian Federation, Serbia, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, United States of America and Venezuela.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3) can be downloaded online: Distributed Treasures - Island Economies

 

Batch 4 (2008-2010)

35 students studied in 2008. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2010. Their theses are available here

They came from Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, China, Columbia, Croatia, Fiji, Germany, Ghana-Zambia, Greece, India, Indonesia, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Panama, Russian Federation, Serbia, Spain, Tadjikistan, Taiwan, Thailand and United States of America.

Their joint report from Lund University, IIIEE (Semester 3) can be downloaded here: The Future is Distributed - A Vision of Sustainable Economies.

 

Batch 3 (2007-2009)

40 students studied in Batch 3. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2009. Their theses are available here.

They came from Albania, Belgium, Canada, China, Ecuador, Germany, India, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Lithuania, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Romania, Russian Federation, Thailand, United Kingdom, Ukraine, United States of America and Vietnam.

 

Batch 2 (2006-2008)


33 students studied in Batch 2. They had their thesis presentations and graduated in June 2008. Their theses are available here.

They came from Argentina, Bangladesh, Belarus, Canada, China, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Kenya, Kirghistan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Russian Federation, Serbia and Montenegro, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, United States of America and Vietnam.

 

Batch 1 (2005-2007)

30 students studied in the first batch of MESPOM. After finishing the two-year study programme and submitting their Master's theses, they graduated in June 2007. To get an insight into their journey through MESPOM, please read the graduation speech by student Jennifer Lenhart. 

The students came from Armenia, Australia, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Malasya, Mongolia, Russian Federation, Ukraine and United States of America.