Within the AMASE Master, you do not only gain valuable knowledge in Materials Science and Engineering, but 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.
In 2005, EEIGM, with its institutional partners, created a two-year multinational Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering
Students carry out the first two semesters in a partner university of their choice; the third semester is spent in one of the other universities of the consortium. The fourth semester consists of a research project in a laboratory of one of the two universities where the student has studied. Students receive a double Master’s degree from the two universities concerned.
In the EEIGM engineering course, classes are taught in French in Nancy, Spanish in Barcelona, in English in Lulea and in German in Saarbrucken.
This Master’s degree has been awarded the prestigious title of « Erasmus Mundus » by the European Commission in Brussels. This title is granted to just 100 Masters (of all disciplines) throughout Europe.
- be holders of a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in Science, Materials Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or a subject in a similar field;
- have a working knowledge of the language used for teaching in their initial university and basic knowledge of the language used for teaching in their second chosen university.
Language used in teaching
- Nancy: French
- Barcelona: Spanish and English
- Saarbrucken: German
- Luleå: English
Students should send their application (see ”Application” on the site https://eusmat.net/international-studies/master/amase/) to the secretary of the AMASE program at University of Saarbrucken. Applicants must include all the required documents, notably,
- Application form
- curriculum vitae
- marks (grade) sheet
- covering letter
- 2 letters of recommendation from professors from former studies
- certificate of the level of the language taught in the host university.
Applicants for the Erasmus Mundus grant must return their completed forms to Saarbrucken before 15th January.
Registration deadlines for non-European students who are not applying for the Erasmus Mundus grant are:
- 31st January for students wishing to begin the programme in Lulea (Sweden)
- 15th May for students wishing to begin the programme in Barcelona
- 15th May for students wishing to begin the programme in Nancy or Saarbrucken
Registration deadlines for European Union students are:
- 15th April for students wishing to begin the programme in Lulea
- 15th May for students wishing to begin the programme in Nancy, Barcelona or Saarbrucken
Program taught in: