2019 ERASMUS Mundus Smart Telecom and Sensing Networks
Deadline: February 15, 2019.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degrees programme SMARTNET is a collaborative two-year (120 ECTs) joint master degree programme with the goal to provide training in the inter-disciplinary fields of photonic and 5G wireless technologies for data communication, sensing and big data processing. It will be accomplished by leading European Universities with distinctive and complementary academic qualities and strong educational and research traditions.
Admission may be granted to applicants who meet the following minimum common criteria:
- A Bachelor degree in one of the following fields: telecommunications, electronic or electrical engineering, computer science, physics, mathematics or similar. The BSc degree should correspond to at least 180 ECTS (i.e. 3 -4years of study) and a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 75% of the scale maximum.
- Advanced English language skills. Applicants must prove their English proficiency at the level of the following tests:
- IELTS (Academic) with an overall score of 6.5 – no less than 6.0 in any of the four components (listening, reading, writing, speaking).
- TOEFL-iBT (internet-based test) with an overall score of 92- no less than 21 in each section.
- Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) or Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CPA) – grades A-C
The participation fee covers the institutional enrollment at the hosting institutions and includes:
- tuition fees: educational expenses such as courses, academic supervision, exams, counseling and university support services, library and IT services in accordance with the university regulations
- insurance: including accident and health insurance satisfying the minimum requirements as published by the EACEA in its guidelines for Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees
The participation fee does not cover:
- Travel costs from the student’s origin, and travel costs for the mobility between ASTON, TSP-TPT and UoA in the corresponding semesters of the programme
- Travel document costs (passport, visas), accommodation and living expenses, or other personal costs (e.g. study books printing and stationery, photocopies etc.)
he application process consists of the following steps:
- In the first step, you provide your personal information which includes: nationality; date, country, and place of birth; country/city/address/ZIP code of residency; telephone number; email; contact address (if different from residence address during the selection period); marital status and disability
- In the second step you choose if you are a Programme or a Partner Country applicant and provide your educational background, which includes: current status and subject of your degree; CGPA; degree awarding date; University; English language knowledge and acquired Certificate; and finally your mobility path preference.
- In the third step you proceed with the upload of the main documents of your application, see below list. Detailed directions are also given on the required content of each document. The files should be in pdf format and named according to the template [Surname_FirstName_DocName.pdf].
- Finally, complete the declarations of knowledge about the use of your personal data, the eligibility, admission and selection criteria, and the application procedure; enter the submission date and your signature and proceed with the submission.