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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 552 / Year
  • Foreign: $ 4.42k / Year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English
  • Deadline:
  • 31 January 2016

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    The European Master Course Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion
    (MESC) is designed to provide a two-year (120 ECTS) education program
    in Materials Sciences and Electrochemistry within 7 universities in 5
    countries : France (Marseille, Toulouse, Amiens), Poland
    (Warsaw), Spain (Cordoba), USA (Philadelphia) and China (Xiamen).

    MESC has been granted by the European Commission as an Erasmus
    Mundus Master course. Erasmus Mundus supports European
    top-quality Masters courses and enhances the visibility and
    attractiveness of European higher education in third countries.

    For students who join MESC it is also an opportunity to study
    in a multicultural environment since our students come from all over
    the world. That´s why classes are taught in English by professors and
    researchers who interact through the European network of excellence
    Alistore. We also provide upgrading in Eenglish to help everybody follow
    classes. So, don´t hesitate, give energy to your studies and join MESC !

    Semester 1 in France

    Mandatory units taught in Toulouse or MarseilleTU1 General electrochemistry
    TU2 Solid-state chemistry
    TU3 Physical chemistry of materials : bonds, defects...
    TU4 Language (English)
    Optional units taught in ToulouseTU5 Application of surface treatment to the energy storage
    TU6 Energy storage and conversion 1
    Optional units taught in MarseilleTU7 Surface and interface analysis
    TU8 Materials science and modelling

    Semester 2 in Poland

    Mandatory unitsTU9 Polymer electrolytes
    TU10 Materials technology and fuel cells
    TU11 Energy storage and conversion 2
    TU12 Photovoltaïcs
    TU13 Language (English)

    Semester 3 in France or Spain

    Mandatory units taught in Amiens or CordobaTU14 Structural investigation and characterization of materials
    TU15 Thermal, structural, morphological analysis of materials
    TU16 Materials at the nano scale
    TU17 Energy sources & storage : demands & applications
    TU18 Laboratory practice and bibliographic thesis

    Optional units taught in CordobaTU19 Modern techniques for the synthesis of nanomaterials
    TU20 Application of nanomaterials to energy storage & conversion

    Optional units taught in AmiensTU21 Battery technology and benchmarking
    TU22 Materials for hydrogen storage

    Semester 4 : Internship

    Six-month research trainig within laboratories of the European network of excellence Alistore

    TU23 Master thesis oral defense and poster presentation


    France requirements for international students

    France propose a world-class higher education institutions in an international environment. The application process for international students is exactly the same as it is for french students but it's indispensable to contact with a platform “Etude in France” and the regional department of “Campus France” (a public institution in charge of promoting higher education and managing the reception and international mobility of students).

    Higher education is thus provided by two main types of institution: universities and "grandes écoles". «Grandes écoles» are the most reputable of the French education system. To win admission students get in by competitive examination, the institutions are relatively small, and classes in them small too. French universities are open to all “bacheliers”, or a student whom has passed their baccalaureate, and it's also easier to apply for the university program. 

    It is necessary to point out that the European local or an international student have to complete the application process in its entirety,  as well as submit all documentation at the time of submission so the procces suit to the ground for the students all over the world. Students are eligible for grants and other financial assistance from the governement to support study in France.


    University requirements


    Program requirements

    Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their prior performance and professional promise, as evidenced by academic records and letters of evaluation from individuals familiar with their capabilities. Besides usual evaluation of student´s records, applicants will have to explain their goals and interests in following a european master course.As all the courses will be taught in English, students whose native language is not English must take the TOEFL/TOEIC examination prior to applying to the Master. A minimum level of 550 points is required. English Language Requirements TOEFL paper-based test score : 550

    Different sources of funding:

    Erasmus Mundus : For Third Country students (40000) and European students (17000)

    Private scholarships: For Third Country students (20000) and European students (17000)

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