Master of Science Minerals and Environmental Programme- Erasmus Mundus masterDelft University of Technology
About this program
Master of Science Minerals and Environmental Programme- Erasmus Mundus master
The EMMEP (Erasmus Mundus Minerals and Environmental Programme) is a 2 year M.Sc. program for students in Mining / Geotechnical Engineering, Mineral Processing, Recycling and related academic studies. There are three different specialisations; accommodating groups with 15 to 20 students each.
The existing MSc programmes that are taught at the six universities form the basis of this two-year master course. The diversity, as well as the complimentary nature of these existing programmes will ensure that students can specialise themselves in different subjects related to the field of Resource Engineering. None of the individual universities alone can offer the subject paths this joint master offers, which is what makes the EMMEP Master a unique one.
- You must have a good Bachelor’s degree in mining, or minerals engineering, or an equivalent graduate degree in a subject relevant to the EMMEP Programme. You have a thorough general knowledge on the fundamentals in engineering or geo-sciences and your degree represents a minimum of 180 ECTS.
- In case the Bachelor's degree has not been completed at the time of application, you should include a letter from your university stating that the degree will be completed before the 1 July.
- You are required to have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 75 % of the scale maximum.
- If you do not originate from the countries United Kingdom, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland or the English speaking part of Canada , you are required to demonstrate your proficiency in English. This will be done by submitting the results of a recognized language proficiency test, such as the TOEFL, IELTS or an equivalent. The English requirements are IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL internet based 90. Please note that regarding the TOEFL test, we only accept the internet based tests.
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The European Commission provides a limited number of scholarships for "third-country" graduates. Nationals and residents of EU Member States, EEA-EFTA States (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and candidate countries (Croatia, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia and Turkey) are not eligible for these grants. Eligible students need to have a degree from an institute of higher education and should not have engaged in their main activity (studies, work etc.) for more than 12 months over the last five years in any of the Member States or other participating countries mentioned above.
For European students, a scholarship can be awarded to masters students who come from a country other than the country of one of the participating universities of that track and who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of these countries.
All applicants are ranked according to their credentials and the top students are offered this scholarship. The number of scholarships varies per year, but is usually around 20.
For third-country (outside European Economic Area) students:
The scholarships amount to 24,000 Euro for each of the two years of the programme. A fee of 10 000 EURO per year will be charged to cover the tuition fee and general administrative costs associated with the EMMEP programme. The remaining 14,000 Euros is available to the student to cover most of the cost of living and travelling.
For European (within European Economic Area) students:
The scholarships amout to 10,000 Euro for each of the two years of the programme. A fee of 4000 EURO per year for will be charged to cover the tuition fee, and general administrative costs associated with the EMMEP programme. The remaining 6,000 Euros is available to the student to cover most of the cost of living and travelling.
With a globally growing demand for professionals in Resource Engineering, career opportunities for EMMEP graduates are very promising. Opportunities lie broadly across the whole spectrum of the EMMEP field and all over the world. Future employers may include the industry, governmental organisations, knowledge institutions and research institutes. Task will vary from research, teaching and consultancy to management, design, project engineering and project management and control.
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