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The MSc-program in Human Rights and Multiculturalism is a two years (120 ECTS) interdisciplinary program focusing on human rights and culture at local, national, regional and international levels.
Through the course of study, the students will look at human rights from the perspectives offered by different cultures as well as academic disciplines and how human rights are to be perceived in the light of cultural diversity.
The EUI programme offers excellent opportunities for talented young economists. PhD candidates are offered extensive training - both in terms of courses and in terms of guidance for their research. They attend a full sequence of PhD courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics, and a wide selection of advanced optional courses. Candidates are closely supervised by experienced senior faculty members throughout the programme.
The “Globalisation, EU & Multilateralism” - GEM PhD School offers up to 10 Erasmus Mundus 3-year long PhD Scholarship funded by the European Commission.
3 specific “Jointly Executed Research Projects” are proposed:
NordSecMob - Master's Programme in Security and Mobile Computing is one of the European top-quality Masters Courses selected by the European Commission Erasmus Mundus Programme. Students from any country can apply to the programme and have the opportunity to apply for the generous Erasmus Mundus scholarships. The programme offers also consortium and Nordplus scholarships. The key subject areas of the programme are: network applications and services, information security and mobile networking.
We are pleasure to inform you that the second call for applications for the European Erasmus Mundus Master in Membrane Engineering, EM3E, is open (edition 2012-2014).
This multi-disciplinary Initial Training Network (ITN) on Inter-institutional Cooperation in the EU (INCOOP) brings together a group of 8 Universities, 3 professional organisations and high-level officials which share an interest in a better understanding of the functioning of institutions in the European system of multi-level governance. The participating Universities are: Maastricht University (coordinator); Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies; Cambridge University, Fondation nationale des Sciences Politiques Paris (Sciences Po); University of Loughborough; Université de Luxembourg; Uni
In September 2012, a new international Masters programme on European Spatial Planning, Environmental Policies and Regional Development will be launched: PLANET Europe.
The SIGMA (SIGnal processing and MAchine learning) laboratory of ESPCI ParisTech is a leader in statistical machine learning. In addition to its pioneering work when the field emerged, it gave many methodological contributions to the field and was involved in a variety of original applications.
Neurasmus is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programme in Neuroscience. It is part of the European Neuroscience Campus Network (www.enc‐network.eu), a new organization of Neuroscience Centres in Europe.
Neurasmus is a 2‐year (120 ECTS) full‐time study program taught in English, with a strong emphasis on training in cutting‐edge techniques in all major topics of brain research, from molecules to cognition.
Neurasmus is offered by 5 European Institutions and 1 Third Country Institution:
The growth and influence of software in business and our daily lives have been phenomenal. Software Engineering deals with design and development of high quality software systems and hence an increasingly important area in computer science. In this programme, you will gain extensive knowledge and practical skills in software engineering.