The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees ME3+ is offered to students around the world who have the highest potential for graduate studies.
To enter the programme, candidates must have either a Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering (180 ECTS) - or a recognised equivalent diploma from an accredited institution (minimum 3-year full time study, 180 ECTS) in a scientific or technical discipline - with specialization in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering or equivalent awarded with at least second class honours (or equivalent standard). Other engineering curricula such as Electrical Engineering, Civil engineering, Environment Engineering are accepted with documented background in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics…
Considering the high number of applications that the programme receives, if a candidate has a different academic background, the chances of admission are extremely low.
In order to apply for the ME3+ programme, you have to fill in an online application. Once you create the application, you can log in several times until the announced deadline to work on your application. You will need several documents (see Required Documents) which must be uploaded to the platform. All documents must be in English and be aware that only pdf files are allowed (except for your photo which has to be a picture file like jpeg). No other format of document will be accepted.
It is worth mentioning that you have to select your preferred study track and rank your second and third choice. This ranking is mandatory and based on this, the final decision will be taken by the ME3+ consortium at the admission stage.
All complete application files are reviewed and rated by two reviewers from the five academic partners of the ME3+ consortium, with the following criteria:
- Academic excellence (30%): education background, bachelor grades and ranking, quality of the university of origin
- Professional/academic experience, extra-curricular activities (20%): professional experience in the ME3+ field (e.g. energy/environment) in industry or in research, professional experiences not related to the domain, social or extra-scholar activities
- Professional objectives and career project (15%): targeted jobs and career project presented in the motivation letter, objectives of learning or acquisition of complementary skills thanks to the Master
- Language skills (15%): English (high priority) and other European language such as Italian, German, French, Swedish or Hungarian
- Motivation for intercultural experience, interest in European countries and cultures (10%): intercultural experience and international mobility, specific interest for Europe or ME3+ countries
- Recommendation letters (10%): quality of the referees, quality of the letters, content well related to the ME3+ Master
No pre-assessment of your application can be considered, only full evaluation of your complete application file is done. It means that we cannot answer by email or phone any question related to your chances of admission.
The Joint Action Committee will define the main list (qualified for an EMJMD scholarship application) and the reserve list (qualification for a EU scholarship pending) at the end of February.
Students will be informed by email about their application and those who are selected must confirm their participation in the beginning of March. Then the admission procedure will be operated by BME Student Administration office and information will be given to admitted students in due time.