Dec 7, 2017

INTERNATIONAL MASTERS SCHOLARSHIPS IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS


Deadline: 19 January 2018

Category: Grants
Posted by: admin

Open to: citizens of all nationalities
Scholarship: 6000 EUR for 2 years

Description

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships are available for the academic year 2018-2019. There will be 16 Erasmus + Scholarships per edition of the Master Course. Out of these, 12 will be for partner country students and 4 for programme country students.

The Master’s Degree is aimed at all graduates in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, etc. interested in acquiring quality postgraduate training in fields related to Nuclear Physics.

NuPhys is a two-year Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree Course in Nuclear Physics. This Course is based on the expertise of a consortium of Spanish Universities (Seville, Autónoma de Madrid, Barcelona, Complutense de Madrid and Salamanca) plus Universities of  Caen Basse-Normandie, Padova, and Catania.

Eligibility

A university qualification corresponding to bachelor in Physics according to the Bologna framework. Majors in related areas as Chemistry, Engineering, Applied Mathematics or similar or any other kind of scientist or engineer with a background related to the objective of the NuPhys EMJMD can be considered as elective candidates but with the lower preference;

Commitment in writing to full-time study for the two-year period of the Masters Course.

Scholarship

The participation costs requested from all students for the full Master course (2 years=120 ECTs) will be 6000 EUR, an amount that does not exceed the maximum contribution received by either European or Third Country students earning an Action 1 scholarship.

How to Apply?

All applications for admission have to be submitted online, through this application system, to the Coordinating Institution (University de Seville) for their processing. Please, download the application form below and complete it with your data.

For more information please visit the official website.

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