scholarship-Masters in Biomedical Engineering

in this Master’s course, knowledge and skills in all fields in BME will be given, so when you finished the Master’s programme, you can be employed as generalist, and you will also be specialised in one particular field of BME; as a student, you are able to select any field within BME. You will be trained to work in interdisciplinary project teams, composed of engineers and medical specialists. To prepare further for interdisciplinary teams, students and scholars are treated as equal. To train for working in a European setting, you will get knowledge in the health care situation in several countries in Europe, and you will be trained in cultural differences between European countries.

In summary, the goal of this course is to acquire the ability to…:

…work in interdisciplinary (engineering – medical) teams

  • …work in international and thus intercultural (European) teams
  • …communicate effectively with experts in (bio)medicine and technology
  • …perform fundamental research in Biomedical Engineering.
  • …design innovative devices to improve diagnostics and treatment of patients
  • …follow a post-Master’s training in Biomedical Engineering
  • …perform a PhD-study
  • …train continuously (life-long-learning)


Application submission
For submission for the Erasmus Mundus Master’s course of Biomedical Engineering, an application form has to be filled in, which need to be send together with the additional documents (see under ‘Apply now’) to the coordinating institute. To start the programme in September 2014, the deadline for this submission is 1 December 2013 for Category A students (non-EU/EEA countries) and 3 January 2014 for Category B students (EU/EEA countries). So the programme is open to students from all over the world, but note that if you have been studying in Europe for over 12 months in the last 5 years as a non-EU/EEA student (or category A student), you are seen as an EU/EEA student and can therefore only apply for a Category B scholarship.

After submission by email, you will receive first a confirmation of receipt and after  we have downloaded the documents also an confirmation email with further information/instruction. In this email the CEMACUBE selection time line will be pointed out (e.g. when decisions will be made, interview dates, etc). Please note that you will get only 1 reminder email if your Application Package is incomplete. Incomplete applications will not be taken into account for selection, so please make sure you have all required documents.

Further Information

Application Deadline : 1 December 2013

scholarships-MSc in Sustainable Development in Agriculture

Agris Mundus calls candidates to apply for the cohort 2014-2016 (courses to start August 2014)

The registration of candidates will be done on line only (no hard copy application). Be ready and prepare the documents you will have to upload!

Select the track you intend to choose. Track themes . 2 choices will be registered, by priority order;
Carefully read the instructions for the admission procedures;
Prepare the documents that you will need to upload :
□ A copy of your academic degrees such as your BSc or BA, with official seal;
□ if not in English, French, Spanish or Italian, a certified translation of the diploma.
□ A copy of the transcripts for at least the last two years of studies proving your excellent results.
□ A copy of your passport showing date, place of issue, date of expiration and personal details; ID card is allowed for EU students.
□ A Curriculum-Vitae following the Standard European Format only. Prepare it from now!
□ Motivation letter: Hand written and signed explanation of your own composition stating why you would like to attend the above mentioned masters programme and how this programme will help you in your work and career (2 pages).
Note : this statement should not contain : description of the agricultural production or state or natural resources in your country, generally known facts, repetitions of what is stated in your CV. It should only state your personal motivation for attending the Agris Mundus course, your professional goals, your personal career objectives, and how this course will help you in achieving them.
The name, email address and telephone of two referees will be required. Agris mundus will contact these referees and they will be asked to fill their recommendation also on line.

Note that an English language test is not mandatory at the time of submission of your application, however, an IELTS level 6.5 will be requested on May 15 th, 2014 if you are proposed for admission, unless you are a native English speaker. Therefore be ready to provide your results to an IELTS English  language test before May 15th, 2014 in the case you are selected. If you have passed any test in French, Italian of Spanish, please also provide a copy of your results.

Further Information

Application Deadline : 6 February 2014

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Master in ARCHaeological MATerials Sciences Scholarships

Applications to the ARCHMAT: ERASMUS MUNDUS Master in ARCHaeological MATerials Sciences can only be submitted onlineusing the integrated application database available by clicking the APPLICATION link in the top bar

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU NEED TO REGISTER FIRST BY FILLING YOUR NAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS. You will be then sent an email with a link where you will validate your registration and select a password of your choice to be used when you enter the Application procedure database

Call for Applications for the 2014-2016 edition open on the 15th of October 2013


Deadline is at 23.59 hours CET on the 31rst of January 2014


Information relating to individuals (personal data) is collected and used in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on “the protection of individuals with regards to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data”

The candidate is informed that if she/he is selected and proposed for a scholarship, put in a reserve list or enrolled on a self paying basis, his data may be used for the purposes of evaluating the ERASMUS MUNDUS (EM) Programme and will be made available to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Agency of the EU, the EM National Structures, the EU delegations and the ERASMUS MUNDUS Student and Alumni Association, acting as stakeholders of the Programme




Candidates have to upload all of the following documents during the different stages of the application procedure


– Proof of nationality (passport copy with photo) ¹
– Scanned (translated) copy of the University diploma required for the enrolment in the ARCHMAT (Bachelor/I cycle degree in Physics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry, Biology-Biochemistry, Archaeology, Conservation Science, Cultural Heritage Studies) ²
– Scanned (translated) Copy of transcript of study results ²
– Curriculum vitae and Studiorum (EUROPASS format)
– Motivation letter (maximum 1 A4 page)
– Letter of recommendation by two academic referees. On your application page, you will be asked to name the two referees of your choice. The two referees will be contacted directly from the ARCHMAT Selection Committee and they have to submit their reference directly to the ARCHMAT secretariat and not through you
– Scanned copy of TOEFL Language Proficiency Certificate 87 [iBT] or of IELTS Certificate (minimum overall band score =6) or Cambridge Certificate or proof of at least 1 year English-based instruction at University level ¹
– Scanned declaration signed by the candidate that the eligibility criteria for a EM scholarship described in the SCHOLARSHIP section of the ARCHMAT website have been fulfilled


¹ For Citizens (passport holders) of the following countries no English language test is required: Antigua e Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Canada, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Guyana, India, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Malta, Mauritius, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Trinidad, Tobago, Uganda, United Kingdom, USA, Zambia, Zimbabwe
² Selected Candidates will be requested to supply by post a Certified Translated Copy of the University Diploma and a Certified, Translated Copy of Transcript of Study Results before the start of the ARCHMAT Master Course


The ARCHMAT Selection Committee is composed by:

President: Nick Schiavon (ARCHMAT Coordinator – Universidade de Evora – Portugal)
Member: Evangelia Varella (ARCHMAT Partner – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Greece)
Member: Giovanni Ettore Gigante (ARCHMAT Partner – Universita Roma La Sapienza – Italy)


The consortium will take any steps to ensure equal opportunity to all candidates with no discrimination regarding gender, race and nationality according to EACEA standards. Geographical Balance criteria will be applied by setting a maximum of 2 selected candidates from each country of origin

Prior to the start of the selection procedure an eligibility check will be performed on each candidate. The Eligibility check will cover the following aspects:

• respect of application deadline
• completeness of the application file
• eligibility of the candidate in relation to the general Erasmus Mundus Programme scholarship criteria as listed in the SCHOLARSHIP section of the ARCHMAT website and of the ARCHMAT specific eligibility criteria as defined in the APPLICATION section of the ARCHMAT website

Eligibility Decision will be made by the administrative staff at the Coordinating Institution under the supervision of UE administrative Chief Officer

Ineligible Applicants will be informed immediately after the eligibility check and provided information on the appeal procedure

Each eligible application will be evaluated by the ARCHMAT Selection Committee according to the scoring table and weighted criteria as indicated below:


Criteria %
Academic and/or Professional Excellence 30
Academic potential 20
Research/Work Experience 20
Motivation Letter 15
Recommendation Letters 10
Language skills 5


At the end of the selection procedure, two absolute ranking main lists and two reserve lists (for Category A and Category B students respectively as defined in the SCHOLARSHIP section) of admitted students in decreasing order of merit and according to the number of scholarships available will result and decisions will be made only on these lists. Non-admitted students (i.e. eligible candidate who do not fulfill ARCHMAT selection criteria, i.e. with scores < 60 points out of 100 and who would not be enrolled even on a self paying basis) will be notified immediately

The selection list of admitted students proposed for scholarship award according to the number of awards made available each ARCHMAT edition by the EU for category A and Category B students and according to the two respective ranking lists will be submitted to the EACEA agency of the European Commission by the end of February of the year following the application deadline. For more info see section SCHOLARSHIPS AND FEES

Admitted students (score > 60 out of 100 points) who do not qualify for a scholarship due to the limited number of individual scholarships available and are in the reserve list can still be admitted to the ARCHMAT MASTER Course on a self-paying basis up to a total number of ARCHMAT student of 25 (to ensure smooth running of the course). Self-Paying candidates will have to provide adequate proof of financial sustainability for the whole course duration


Further Information

Application Deadline : 31 January 2014

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scholarships Master Technologies

Geospatial Technologies offer students a scholarship amount up to 36500 euros! Do not miss this great opportunity!

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application deadline: 15 Jan

This Erasmus Mundus-recognized Master of Science program prepares you to exploit new technologies to support environmental and societal decision-making affecting the future of our planet.
In 2007, three European universities
• Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU), Institute for Geoinformatics (ifgi), Münster, Germany;
• Universitat Jaume I (UJI), Dept. Lenguajes y Sistemas Informaticos (LSI), Castellón, Spain;
• Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL), Instituto Superior de Estatística e Gestão de Informação (ISEGI)
joined forces and established the Geospatial Technologies Masters program funded by the European Commission through the program of excellence Erasmus Mundus.

Each year the Master program will enroll up to 32 students. Half students attend their first semester at UJI, half at UNL. The program at UJI stresses the computing aspects of GI such as computer graphics and web services, whereas the program at UNL is more oriented towards the processing and modeling aspects of Geographic information, including topics such as “Remote Sensing” and “Geospatial data mining”. UNL provides a series of courses in data analysis, processing and modeling as well as courses in GIS foundations and applications. Students with different backgrounds can choose the courses that best suite their particular needs and profiles and define a personalized path.

For the second semester, all students attend the courses at WWU. The first module mediates “Fundamentals in GI Science”. The second module “Advanced topics in GI Science” mediates knowledge on ongoing research and research projects. The third module provides additional “Core competences” the students will need for their Master thesis as well as for their future professional careers: “Research methods in GI Science” and “Project management in GI projects”.
The course program prepares the students for their own research in the Master thesis in the third semester at one of the three locations.

The career chances of our degree holders are excellent. Our graduates are now working in Geoscience companies and government agencies, studying in top PhD programs, and teaching in their home countries.

The Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies qualifies for a professional career in the following domains:
• Private sector: GI applications and consulting in the domains of regional planning, landscape planning, financial services industry, energy providing industry, transportation, agriculture and forestry, and retailing/marketing;
• Research: Applied sciences at universities and other research institutions.
• Public sector: GI applications and consulting in local and regional administrations, especially in cadastre and different types of planning (e.g., regional, traffic, ecology).

The Master program addresses holders of a Bachelor degree with a qualification in application areas of Geographic Information, e.g., geography, ecology, urban, regional and environmental planning, logistics/transportation, energy provision, surveying, computer science, agriculture, forestry.

Links to other related study programs at ifgi:
• MSc in Geoinformatics, see
• Graduate School for Geoinformatics (PhD), see

Visit the M.Sc. Geospatial Technologies page on the University of Münster web site for more details!

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Netherlands : PhD Scholarships

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Master’s degree in economics, econometrics, computer science, psychology, behavioral genetics, epidemiology,

Several PhD positions for genoeconomics are available as part of a joint research initiative of Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Amsterdam. Genoeconomics is a newly emerging research field that investigates the molecular genetic architecture of economic preferences (e.g. risk preferences, time discounting) and important lifetime outcomes (e.g. educational attainment, happiness, self-employment). This research could be transformative for the social sciences by providing new tools and insights to study the causes of behaviors and outcomes. Furthermore, the results of this research can inform medical research by identifying relevant causal pathways for disease outcomes (e.g. cognition-related or cardio-vascular diseases) that can help to identify individuals at risk early on. The PhD candidates will be embedded in an international, interdisciplinary research team that spearheads this new research field.


Behavioral genetics, microeconomics, molecular genetics, genoeconomics

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ERIM PhD 2013 Geneconomics


Twin and family studies show that a broad range of psychological traits, economic preferences, and social and economic outcomes are moderately heritable. Discovery of genetic variants associated with such outcomes can lead to new insights into the causal pathways underlying human behaviour, including the complex interplay of environmental and genetic factors. Thus, social scientists, including economists and management scholars, have begun to look to genetics to inform their work. The overall aim of this new interdisciplinary research field is to address the following questions:


i. Can particular genetic markers associated with social-science traits be identified?


ii. To what extent can genetic data be informative about an individual’s traits?


iii. How does the environment moderate genetic effects?


iv. How can genetic insights be integrated into the social sciences?


v. How can medical research benefit from insights about the genetics of social-science traits?


The PhD candidates will address one or several of these research questions in projects that will focus on one or several economic variables, such as educational attainment, risk preferences, time preferences, or self-employment.




As a part of this PhD project, the candidate will learn and apply modern statistical methods for the analysis of molecular genetic data. This includes, but is not limited to, genome-wide association analysis, meta-analysis, polygenic scores and heritability estimates using molecular genetic data. The necessary skills for using the appropriate statistical methods can be learned during the first year of employment. The candidate will work with data from different sources, including the Rotterdam Study, the Health and Retirement Study, the Swedish Twin Registry, and the Social Science Genetics Association Consortium (


Literature references


  • D. J. Benjamin et al., The genetic architecture of economic and political preferences. PNAS. 109, 8026-8031 (2012).
  • J. P. Beauchamp et al., Molecular genetics and economics. J. Econ. Persp. 25, 57-82 (2011).
  • D. J. Benjamin et al., The promises and pitfalls of genoeconomics. Ann. Rev. Econ. 4, 627-662 (2012).
  • D. Cesarini, C. T. Dawes, M. Johannesson, P. Lichtenstein, B. Wallace, Genetic variation in preferences for giving and risk taking. Q. J. Econ. 124, 809-842 (2009).
  • C. A. Rietveld et al., Molecular genetics and subjective well-being. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (2013). doi:10.1073/pnas.1222171110
  • Van der Loos, Matthijs J.H.M., et al., The molecular genetic architecture of self-employment. PLoS ONE. 8(4), e60542 (2013).
  • C. A. Rietveld et al., GWAS of 126,559 individuals identifies genetic variants associated with educational attainment. Science. 340, 1467-1471 (2013).
  • R. Plomin, J. DeFries, V. Knopik, J. Neiderhiser, Behavioral Genetics (Worth Publishers, ed. 6th edition, 2013).




The position will be affiliated with the newly established Erasmus University Rotterdam Institute of Biology and Economic Behavior (EURIBEB) and can be located at the Erasmus School of Economics or the Amsterdam Business School. The candidate will be part of a team that is leading this research effort, including Albert Hofman (Epidemiology), Roy Thurik (Economics), Patrick Groenen (Econometrics), and Philipp Koellinger (Economics & Business). Furthermore, the candidate will work closely with the principal investigators of the Social Science Genetics Association Consortium (Daniel Benjamin at Cornell University, David Cesarini at New York University and Philipp Koellinger at the University of Amsterdam) and Magnus Johannesson at the Stockholm School of Economics. Research visits at one or several of our international collaborators are encouraged. The team is internationally leading the development of this new interdisciplinary research field.


Expected output


The outcome of the project will consist in a number of research papers that will form the contents of the PhD dissertation. The project is designed to result in publications in leading academic journals in the areas of economics, medicine and genetics.


Scientific relevance


Genoeconomics could have several important impacts, including the following three:


1. Understanding individual differences


Studying the molecular genetics of behaviour has the potential to be transformative for the social sciences because it addresses fundamental questions that social scientists are interested in: Why are people different from each other? Why do they do the things they do? A better understanding of the biological foundations of behaviour may identify structural parameters of theoretical models in the social sciences and provide an empirical basis for decomposing crude theoretical constructs (e.g., time preference) into more primitive, truly exogenous attributes.


2. Understanding causal pathways from biology to behaviour and outcomes


Once robust associations between genes and social scientific outcomes have been established, researchers are able to use genetic data to learn about the causal pathways of the outcomes they are interested in. This could lead to completely new insights that could be useful in improving theory and predicting behaviour.


3. Improving traditional empirical research in the social sciences


Social scientists may be able to use genetic data to improve traditional empirical research. In particular, genetic data can be used to better understand how the environment influences behaviour and economic outcomes. For example, an important concern is to understand the effects of public policy interventions such as expensive programs aiming to increase student achievement. Genetic information can be used to improve the precision of causal effect estimates of such interventions, especially in the context of randomized experiments where controlling for unobserved genetic heterogeneity can increase the statistical power to identify the effects of the treatment. In the latter context, genetic information can substitute, to some extent, for sample size in the experiment. This is particularly useful if the experiment is expensive, the number of participants in the experiment cannot be increased, and if genetic information of the participants is available at low or no additional cost.


Societal relevance


Insights from genoeconomics can contribute to several important societal goals:


1. Improving public policy: Genoeconomics can inform our understanding of how to craft effective public policies via different routes, including:


– A better understanding of the causal pathways contributing towards individual differences, behaviour, and socio-economic outcomes;


– Shedding light on the complex interplay between environmental conditions, public policies, and genetic predispositions of individuals;


– Developing and apply tools that contribute to the evaluation of the effectiveness of public policies, by using genetic data to get more precise estimates of the causal effects of such interventions.


2.  Contributing to better public health and lower health costs: The onset of many heritable diseases can be delayed or even prevented if individuals at risk are identified early and accurately. Even if the onset of disease cannot be prevented, early diagnosis can open up additional, effective treatment options and result in overall cost savings. Thus, early identification of people at risk can contribute towards increasing health outcomes and lowering the long-run costs of treatment. Genoeconomics can help contribute to these important goals in two ways:


– Improve existing statistical methods that use genetic data to identify persons at risk for heritable diseases in general;


– Leverage the insights from the genoeconomics to enable early diagnosis of people at risk for cognition-related disease such as dementia.


PhD candidate profile


Candidates should have a recently completed Master’s degree in economics, econometrics, computer science, psychology, behavioral genetics, epidemiology, or another field that provides a sufficient background in statistics. Good computer skills and some knowledge of programming languages are an advantage. Furthermore, curiosity and an interest to work in an interdisciplinary environment are regarded as assets.

Further Information

Application Deadline : 18 November 2013

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