Joint European master program advanced materials science and engineering (AMASE) - Scholarships

Deadline
January 15, 2022

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Master

Location (s):

  • Austria
  • France
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Sweden
Leoben, Nancy, Saarbrücken, Luleå, Barcelona

Overview

Within the AMASE Master you do not only gain valuable knowledge in Materials Science and Engineering, you also learn two of the four most widespread European languages. You study with local students and get to know the culture of your host countries, increasing your later job opportunities.

Details

Degree

Double Degree, Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Duration

2 years / 4 Semesters (including 6 months work on the Master’s thesis)

Universities

  • UdS – Universität des Saarlandes/ Germany
  • LTU – Luleå tekniska universitet/ Sweden
  • UL – Université de Lorraine / France
  • UPC – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelonatech /Spain
  • MUL – Montan Universität Leoben / Austria
  • UNIPD – Università degli Studi di Padova / Italy

Languages of instruction: English (at LTU, MUL and UNIPD), German (at UdS), French (at UL), Spanish (at UPC) – You will study in two languages.

The AMASE programme offers:

  • A well organised multilingual and intercultural study experience. 
  • A study programme in close collaboration with the research activities of the six Consortium members.
  • Teaching in advanced materials, giving students innovative new ideas for their future careers.
  • Preparation of students for life-long learning in different cultures and education/work environments.
  • Better networking possibilities for research and education within the EU and with third countries.

The combined teaching and research programmes of the six Consortium members offer:

  • A far greater variety of competences in the field of materials science and engineering than could be provided by a single university.
  • Valuable opportunities for specialisation.
  • A broad spectrum of research possibilities, from fundamental to industry-related research.
  • The integration of different university profiles into one single study programme.

Structure and Contents

 

 

First year:

  • Integration Week in Saarbrücken
  • move to Entrance University
  • first semester: courses in Materials Science and Engineering
  • transversal skills, including language courses (English, French, German, Spanish, Catalan, Italian or Swedish) depending on study combination and previous knowledge
  • second semester: track selection 

Second year:

  • Professional Summer School in Saarbrücken
  • move to Second University
  • courses/ project in the third semester in the same track
  • transversal skills, including language courses (English, French, German, Spanish, Catalan, Italian or Swedish) depending on study combination and previous knowledge
  • final semester: Master’s Thesis at Entrance or Second University

Tracks

  • Track 1: Advanced metallic materials
  • Track 2: Polymers and composites
  • Track 3: Smart surfaces and functional materials
  • Track 4: Advanced processing technologies
  • Track 5: Bio/Nano materials

Opportunity is About:


Eligibility

Candidates should be from:

Description of Ideal Candidate:

WHAT DO I NEED TO APPLY?

Diploma:

  • BSc.- or equivalent in the field of materials science and engineering, physics, chemistry or other materials science or engineering related studies (3 year minimum study period). You can apply even if you will not have finished your studies within our application deadline. In this case, you must submit an official document stating that you are a currently enrolled student and participating in your last year of studies. The document must be issued through and signed by a representative of the Academic Registrar’s Office, the Examinations Office or equivalent. Signatures from other staff members, such as teachers/professors, will not be accepted.
  • Language knowledge: Very good language knowledge of the Entrance University is a requirement for applying. It is an advantage if you have also (at least some) knowledge of the language of the second university. In any case, we recommend to upload certificates of all languages that you know.

Note:
All documents can be uploaded in any language of the consortium, which are English, Spanish, French, Italian and German. Documents in any other language have to be translated into English (or the language of the Entrance University).

Specific documents and language requirements

Each university may have specific requirements regarding the application procedure. Moreover, there are different language knowledge requirements depending on the selected entrance universities, which must be demonstrated with adequate language test certificates.


Dates:

Deadline: January 15, 2022


Cost/funding for participants:

Applications received before the deadline defined in following link will automatically be considered for EM scholarships. After this deadlines, the application cannot be considered for the EM scholarships. The following table shows the amount of scholarship for both Programme and Partner country students:

 

 

*Installation costs are only paid to students resident in a Partner Country.

**Travel costs depend on the residence of the student and are paid in two annual rates:

  • 2.000 EUR: the student’s residence is in one of the programme countries of Erasmus+.
  • 4.000 EUR: the student’s residence is in a Partner country less than 4.000 km from the coordinating university (Saarbrücken, Germany).
  • 6.000 EUR: the student’s residence is in a Partner country 4.000 km or more from the coordinating university (Saarbrücken, Germany).

*** Participation costs for Programme Country students are 6.000 €, for Partner Country students 18.000 €.

During the regular study period of 2 years, these costs are covered by the Erasmus+ scholarship and will be directly transferred to the coordinators. The students have to cover the participation costs for all additional semesters themselves.

Partner Country Student: Students who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, training or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in a Programme Country. The five-year reference period for this 12-month rule is calculated backwards as from the submission deadline defined by the consortia.

Programme Countris: Member States of the European Union (EU), Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and Serbia.

ERASMUS+ SCHOLARSHIPS

This is a regular Erasmus+ funding, which all students in Europe are eligible for by studying in another European country.

Although Erasmus+ is not equal to a full-scholarship, it is a mobility allowance which will help you cover your costs abroad. The amount depends on each country and varies between 250 – 350€ a month.

You may receive funding for your second year in AMASE, so the time you study at your Second University. In order to be eligible for said funding, you will have to apply for Erasmus+ at your Entrance University during the first year. Please contact the respective international office for more detailed information.

!! For the moment, Erasmus+ is not available if UPC or LTU is your Entrance university !!

DFH FUNDING

If you study in any combination of UL/UdS, you will be eligible for funding via the “Deutsch-Französische Hochschule” (DFH). Funding amounts to 300€ per month for a maximum duration of 10 months, during your stay at the second university.

An example: You study at UdS for your first year. You cannot get DFH funding during this first year. Then, you move to UL for the second year. Now you receive DFH funding over 300€ per month (max. 10 months). The same works vice versa.

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