It is an answer for an increasing need of skilled people to participate in the efforts developed scientifically or industrially in areas of great relevance towards economic sustainability and environmental safety, conservation and protection such as: development of renewable energies and "no-energy" chemistry based on photon-induced reactions, use of radiation induced processes to optimize applications, surface treatment and modification, development of compounds for catalysis aimed at enhancing the selectivity and the efficiency of chemical and industrial processes.
This international study programme stems from existing scientific links between participating institutions.
Students enrolled in the two-year programme will attend lectures in at least two different countries of their choice.
Applicants should have or should be in process to get a Bachelor (BS) degree at the time of the application.
The proof of the Bachelor degree will be asked when entering the master.
An applicant with a degree from an institution where the language of instruction is not English is required to provide official score reports from either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Other criteria to be taken into account are awards and external references.
If submitted before the deadline your application for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship is automatically proceedeed together with the admission.
International Master Scholarships
Category A scholarships can be awarded to applicants from non-EU member states that have not resided in an EU member state or in Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years (by 28 February 2012).
Note that there is an exception for applicants from the EES member states Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland, they are not eligible for a category A scholarship.
The category A scholarship includes: