Erasmus Mundus joint Master’s programmes are co-operations between at least three European universities and can also include partner universities outside of Europe. Students in these programmes study at at least two European universities and receive either a double or a joint degree. It is possible to apply for scholarships within the Erasmus Mundus programmes.
Chalmers University of Technology is involved in three Erasmus Mundus joint Master’s programmes. The programmes are open to students from all over the world. Information about how to apply and about scholarships can be found on the official web pages of the programmes, see below.
Master’s programme in Industrial Ecology (MIND)
Industrial Ecology is an emerging interdisciplinary field combining natural, technical and social sciences in a systems view from a global to the local levels. The aim is development towards a sustainable society. The MIND programme is a joint programme between Chalmers University of Technology, University of Graz (Austria) and Delft University of Technology together with Leiden University (the Netherlands).
Master's programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (EMM NANO)
EMM NANO is a joint programme between Chalmers University of Technology, KU Leuven (Belgium), Université Grenoble Alpes (France) and TU Dresden (Germany). The programme started in 2005 and is truly integrated, with a strong research backbone and a very important international outreach. The objective of the programme is to provide top quality multidisciplinary education in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Master’s programme in Complex Systems Science (CSSM)
Please note that the programme will no longer admit any new students.
The Erasmus Mundus Master in Complex Systems Science is a joint programme between Chalmers University of Technology, the University of Gothenburg and École Polytechnique (Paris, France), coordinated by the University of Warwick (UK). It is a mathematics oriented programme in complex systems with a correspondingly interdisciplinary character. Depending on interest and place of study topics may range from pure mathematics to natural sciences such as physics and biology, computer science and robotics, as well as aspects of social sciences and economics.
Erasmus Mundus is a co-operation and mobility programme under "ERASMUS+" in the field of higher education that aims to enhance the quality of European higher education and to promote dialogue and understanding between people and cultures through cooperation with Third-Countries.More about Erasmus Mundus