AMIR Erasmus Mundus 2024-2026 : how to apply
EIT RawMaterials co-funded by the European Union
The AMIR Master programme was developed to answer a crucial problem that all major developed economies of the modern world are facing – how do we transition to a green, circular economy that emits less CO2?
One of the key challenges to answering this problem is the vital need to develop advanced processes for the recycling and reusing highly valuable finite raw materials.
The AMIR Programme is looking for ambitious and entrepreneurial students who want to make a difference in the world through innovation in sustainability in the raw materials sector.
It is aimed to candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Environmental Sciences, with advanced knowledge in Chemistry (minimum 3 years of study or 180 ECTS credits), or a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Physical-Chemistry, Materials (or Matter) Sciences.
Applications for Erasmus Mundus Programme and scholarships for the 2024-26 edition of the Master programme are open until 10 December 2023.
How to apply : https://www.amir-master.com