ERASUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP
Publicat: 27 Nov 2008 | Vizualizari: 1143
ERASMUS MUNDUS Network and E-business Centred Computing (NeBCC)
This is a joint MSc programme to provide the students with an opportunity to study in a multi-cultural environment sharing knowledge with other students from different background.
University of Reading(UoR) - UK
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki(AUTh) - Greece
University Carlos III Madrid (UC3M) - Spain
Trinity College Dublin - Ireland.
Objectives of the programme
To prepare the future professionals for the digital economy to be capable of understanding the technical underpinnings and business opportunities of the new economy.
To provide in-depth study and training encompassing state-of-the-art principles and techniques in students chosen specialist e-business route. This is provided through having a set of in-depth specialist modules.
To provide students with research and development skills through a substantial 6-month research and development project undertaken in one of the participating institutions.
To provide the students with an opportunity to study in a multi-cultural environment sharing knowledge with other students from different background.
Term 1: University of Reading (UoR)
SEMC01: Advanced Operating Systems & Programming in Unix
SEMC02: Network Computing
SEMC03: Computer Architectures or SEMC05: Internet Software Environments
SEMC06: Transferable Skills
Term 2: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)
SEMC51: Human-Computer Interaction
SEMC52: Computational Intelligence and e-Business
SEMC53: Databases and knowledge mining
SEMC54: Introduction to e-Business
Term 3: University Carlos III Madrid (UC3M)
SEMC61: Network Infrastructure
SEMC63: B2B Technologies
SEMC64: B2C Technologies
SEMC65: Network Security and Electronic Payment
Term 4: Project placement
Project placement, which can take place in any of the three universities.
Studentships and Admissions
The application process for the 2009/2010 intake is now open: Apply online
The deadline for application for scholarships is 31 January 2009.
The deadline for submission for self funding students is 30 June 2009.
To be admitted to the MSC programme, the entry requirement is at least a 2.1 BSc degree or equivalent.
To apply you have to submit online a filled-in Application form CV
Proof of previous degree - transcript, or document stating expected results if you are finishing later this year
Proof of English language test score: IELTS (score of 6.5) or TOEFL (score of 570; computer-based version 230; internet-based 88)
Two references (at least one academic).
Fees for EU citizens are 8000 €. For successful applicants, there are scholarships of 3500 € towards the fees
Fees for non-EU citizens are 14000 €. For non-EU citizens, there is an Erasmus Mundus scholarship of around 35000 € in total. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, the student must not have spent more then a year during the last 5 years in any of the EU countries.
The European Commission reserves the right to adjust the number of proposed studentships according to budget availability.
The decision of the selection committee body is final.
For more information, please contact:
MSc Program Coordinator
School of Systems Engineering
The University of Reading
Tel: +44 (0) 118 378 7628
Fax: +44 (0) 118 378 5224
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Firma: S.C. SANADOR S.R.L.
Nivel cariera: Fara experienta
Tipul postului: Full-time
Perioada de valabilitate: 2022-11-28 00:00:00 - 2022-12-01 00:00:00