Master Programme: AMIS

AMIS is a new Master programme which reshapes the existing Erasmus Mundus FAME Master programme with a reinforced focus on functional sustainable materials. AMIS will mainly tackle the theme substitution of critical or toxic materials in products and for optimised performance, but will also cover material chain optimisation for end-of-life products and product and services […]

Master Programme: SINReM

International Master of Science in Sustainable and Innovative Natural Resource Management (SINReM) is offered by three universities from three different countries and currently supported by four European non-academic KIC partners. SINReM focuses on the entire value chain and networking and exchange of knowledge and experience between different nationalities, in particular between academic and non-academic partners […]

Master Programme: GeoKTPro

Georesources Engineers in the Knowledge Triangle (GeoKTPro) builds on the existing EMerald master program in Georesources Engineering and increases students’ exposure to the European raw materials industrial sector and its challenges, as well as improving the training of EMeralds students as T-shaped engineers. The EMerald Master programme is a joint programme coordinated by top level […]

Master Programme: CDIO

Implementation of the Conceive Design Implement and Operate (CDIO) initiative in our typical technical MSc programmes. The CDIO initiative focuses on implementing the entrepreneurial thinking into technical programmes, whose students are often very technically skilled and know how to solve well-defined and often non-realistic problems. Students in such programmes seldom (or never) practice entrepreneurial, communication […]

Master Programme: IMAGINE

This programme will develop and implement EIT KIC Raw Materials Master Programmes in Sustainable Materials. Four existing Master programmes will be integrated into an EIT label compatible pilot master programme (September 2016) and Joint Final Master programme which would start in September 2017 (the SUMA programme). The Master programmes will focus on materials processing and […]

Master Programme: Circular Economy Design Forum (CEDF)

This programme improves and updates the Master course European Mining, Mineral and Environmental Program (EMMEP), specifically with regards to its entrepreneurial content and focus on sustainability. The objective is to renew the currently offered EMMEP program in order to train skilled engineers in the field of mining, minerals processing and circular economy for the future […]