• Max Duration 24
  • Tuition fee 24 scholarships for EMINE The next intake will be in 2013. KIC INNOENERGY wants to attract the best students, innovation oriented and with an entrepreneurial mindset. There are 20 scholarships divided in 2 types - following the application quality -, available for the best students applying to EMINE (European Master on Innovation in Nuclear Energy). The scholarships include : 1. Monthly allowance : · Monthly allowance type 1 : 750 Euros/month for European and non European students · Monthly allowance type 2 : 250 Euros/month for European and non European students 2. Tuition fees covered 3. Travel and installation cost : 1000 Euros for non Europeans (scolarship type 1)
  • Educational Form taught
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    The KIC InnoEnergy MSC EMINE, gathers  the best training in Nuclear Energy in Europe.
    UPC, KTH, Grenoble INP and a consortium of 5 universities in Paris have joined forces to build a unique nuclear energy engineering master programme, in close relation with the industrial world and providing the latest trends in innovation and energy management.  Four major European companies in the nuclear energy sector:


    take active part in the master.  The CEA, one of the most important research centre in Europe in Nuclear energy, is also a partner of the project and host EMINE  students for in-hands sessions at their experimental reactors.
    The application period for the winter term 2012/13 has expired. The next intake will be in 2013.


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