Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in "Chemical Nano-Engineering” is a two year, 120 ECTS Master’s Program which provides a broad multidisciplinary education in the emerging domain of nano-engineering with strong specialization in chemistry and modeling of nano-objects.
The graduated students will have a double competence, experimental and numerical, in design, synthesis and applications of nano-systems.
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in "Chemical Nano-Engineering” is offered by the Consortium of three Universities:
Aix-Marseille University in France, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland and University of Roma Tor Vergata in Italy.
These universities have a long experience of common research projects and teaching collaborations in the framework of Erasmus program.
They are providing an excellent environment for Nano-Engineering studies and opportunities for students to participate in research projects conducted by world-class researchers.
Upon the completion of the two-year cycle, successful students will be awarded a Joint Master degree.
In addition, the CNE consortium furnishes a joint degree-supplement providing a description of the nature and level of the program followed.
The language of the CNE Master is English.
The consortium offers an innovative and integrated program, based on a jointly developed curriculum and composed of lectures fully recognized by all consortium partners.
The first semester is in Marseille, at Aix-Marseille University, where the students learn the basics and fundamental background of chemistry, then they study more engineering at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and applications of complex nano-systems at University of Rome Tor Vergata.
The program is focused on the methodology of bottom-up designing nano-systems and using modeling to design chemical synthesis at the nano-scale.
Our pedagogical, scientific and engineering goals are focused on tools (chemical synthesis, characterization and numerical design of nano-objects) with potential application in nano-medicine and nano-machines.
The development of the principal subjects builds the student competences as future nano-engineering experts.
The traditional materials science courses have been adapted for the presentation of the macro towards nano evolutions of materials properties.
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics or Materials Science with a good background in mathematics and chemistry.
Graduate students will be well prepared for both continued research in nano-engineering, as PhD students or R&D associates in industrial laboratories in the rapidly emerging nanotechnology industry.
Masters in Chemical NanoEngineering Scholarships Funded by the European Agency (EMJMD scholarships) The amount of the scholarships (monthly allowance + contribution to Travel and Installation) given to the selected students differ from the country of origin of the students.
There are two categories of students:
Programme Countries Students: Students Whose Citizenship is One of the Erasmus+ Program Countries (Ie Member States of the European Union (Eu) and Former Yougoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey).
partner Countries Students: All the Students Who Are Not Programme Countries Students.
Contribution to subsistence costs
Monthly allowance for subsistence costs given to the awarded students during the two-years Master program is: 1000 €/month.
* However, the monthly allowance will neither be given to the scholarship holders for the periods spent during the Master (study/research/thesis) in their country of residence, nor to scholarships holders for the periods spent in any Partner Country exceeding 3 months.
Contribution to the travel and installation costs
The contribution to Travel and Installation costs given to the awarded students is:
Contribution to the Participation Costs
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For more information and application details, see; Masters in Chemical NanoEngineering Scholarships
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