The Erasmus Mundus is inviting applications for the Joint European Master in Environmental Studies – Cities & Sustainability Programme in 2020.
The Erasmus Mundus Joint European Master in Environmental Studies – Cities & Sustainability (JEMES CiSu) is a unique 2-year Programme offered jointly by the Institute of Environmental Technology and Energy Economics and Institute of Wastewater Management and Water Protection (Technische Universität Hamburg, TUHH); the Department of Development & Planning (Aalborg Universitet, AAU); the Institut de Ciència I Tecnologia Ambiental (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, UAB); and the Department of Environment and Planning (Universidade de Aveiro, UA).
The specialization Cities and Sustainability in the master’s programme Urban, Energy, and Environmental Planning is focusing on how to create stronger urban environments and qualities by using a more holistic, multidisciplinary and participatory approach, placing citizens at the center, and creating benefits and life quality for the city’s inhabitants and users.
Worth of Award
- For each September intake, the faculties at Aalborg University grant tuition waivers to top Master’s degree applicants from non-EU/EEA countries based on the students’ academic achievements. A tuition waiver only covers the tuition fee – the waiver does not include living expenses.
- All new non-EU/EEA Master’s degree students are automatically considered for the tuition waivers when the application is evaluated.
- Thus, students cannot apply for the tuition waiver.
The following are the eligibility criteria;
- To enter the Master’s Programme in Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning with specialization in Cities and Sustainability (CiSu) you must have a relevant bachelor’s degree.
- The bachelor in Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning or Geography at Aalborg University gives you direct access to the Programme.
- Other relevant bachelor degrees could be within engineering, surveying science, biology or a corresponding education after specific assessment, e.g. within planning.
- Students with another Bachelor’s degree are, upon application for the master Programme, evaluated individually and the relevance of the bachelor degree is assessed through this process.
How to Apply
- When you apply for a Master’s Programme at Aalborg University, you have to use STADS-DANS which is a national Danish digital application system in which the entire application process is handled.
- Please note that some of the Programmes offered may be subject to restricted admission.
- That means that the individual Programmes may have a limited number of student places.
- Information on the Programmes affected and the exact number of places offered will be available shortly when finally clarified.
Deadline: Application closes March 1, 2020.