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EIT RawMaterials Academy - AMIR AMIR – Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling
EIT RawMaterials Academy - AMIR

AMIR – Master in Advanced Materials: Innovative Recycling

24 Months

English

Full time

08 Mar 2024*

Sep 2024

EUR 2,000 / per year **

On-Campus

* Applications to the 8th edition of the AMIR Master Programme (2024-2026) are now open, with the deadline at 02:00 AM (CET) on Friday 8th March 2023.

** 2000€ for EU students | 4000€/year for non-EU (international)

Introduction

Materials are the building blocks of the modern global economy and are instrumental for the transition to a green, circular economy that emits less CO2. Thirty of these materials have been defined by the EU as critical, meaning that they are both highly important to the EU economy and in dangerously low supply. Accessing the known primary raw material sources has become more challenging, while amounts of industrial waste and end-of-life products are rapidly increasing. These waste streams contain secondary raw materials, many of which are critical and can be recovered, diversifying supply and delivering usable materials to meet increasing demands. To achieve this, we need skilled professionals with advanced technical knowledge of recycling, an understanding of the full raw materials value chain, and the skills required to transform knowledge into solutions and business. The AMIR master’s program was created to fulfill this need by educating future international professionals who will develop new routes for materials recycling.

Participating Universities

  • University of Bordeaux - France
  • NOVA University Lisbon - Portugal
  • TU Darmstadt - Germany
  • University of Liège - Belgium
  • Technical University of Madrid - Spain
  • University of Miskolc - Hungary

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