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Joint degrees - Erasmus mundus - master programmes

Master in Membrane Engineering for a Sustainable World (EM3E-4SW)

The Master in Membrane Engineering for a Sustainable World, EM3E-4SW, offer an advanced educational programme related to membrane science and engineering at the interface between materials science and chemical engineering and focused on specific applicative fields.

  • It involves 6 Higher Education Institutions of 5 European countries:
    • Université de Montpellier (France), coordinating organisation,
    • Université Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France),
    • University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (Czech Republic),
    • Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal),
    • Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain),
    • University of Twente (Netherlands). 
  • Associated partners are:
    • Università della Calabria (Italy),
    • Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium),

  • The Erasmus Mundus Master in Membrane Engineering for a Sustainable World, EM3E-4SW, has reached the end of its European Commission funding through the Erasmus + programme. For the next academic year (2020-2021), we will not be able to offer any scholarships.
  • In case we have enough applications from eligible candidates, the master will open on a self-funded basis, meaning that you will have to pay the participation and living costs yourself.
  • This means that the master’s own online application will not be opened this year. Depending on your nationality, you will be able to apply through Campus France or the online application system of the Université de Montpellier (this concerns for example all students of EU nationality).
  • If you are interested in joining our master program for the academic year 2020-2021, please send us a message to the following email address: em3e-4sw-project@umontpellier.fr Please specify your full name, your nationality and your email address. You will then be recorded in our dedicated mailing list and will receive information and updates about the application procedures and the dates of opening and closing of the online application systems.

 

Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE)

The International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE) is a Joint Master Degree Programme, taught in English, bringing together students and scholars from all over the world. 

The IMETE programme takes two years to complete and starts yearly in September at UCT Prague. In February of the next year students move to Delft, the Netherlands, where they can choose between two tracks, "Ecotechnology" and "Advanced wastewater treatment technologies". An optional internship can be completed in Summer. In September students move to Gent, Belgium to choose between "Air" and "Soil" tracks in the 3rd semester. Finally, in February of the 3rd year, students start their thesis research at one of the three academic institutions or at an associated partner.

  • You will study two years at three leading European universities in 3 different European countries: 
    • Ghent University (Belgium), 
    • IHE Delft Institute for Water Education (The Netherlands)
    • University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (Czech Republic).

 

  • Deadline for submission of applications for admission with an Erasmus Mundus scholarship: 15 January  2020 (23:59 CET) for Parner Country scholarship and is 15 February 2020 (23:59 CET) for Programme Country scholarships.
  • Applications received after this submission deadline will be taken into consideration for academic admission, but not for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. In those cases you need to submit your application before 15 May 2020.
Updated: 5.11.2019 15:00, Author: Hedvika Páleníková

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