The Student has the right to choose his/her specialisation for the third semester as follows. Each year, theuniversities offering a specialisation will determine in advance the maximum number of students they can host according to the available infrastructure. The Student will be able to prioritise the specialisations offered in the current edition of the programme. The final assignment of specialisation will be made by the
Consortium prioritising them based on the academic results of the student during the first semester and the maximum number of students that can be hosted in each specialisation.
Students assigned to TU/e must meet the English proficiency requirement set by the Netherlands government for all public universities, which is higher than the BDMA requirement. It is the student responsibility to meet this requirement by the specialization choice date. If the student fails to fulfill this requirement, the consortium might not be able to guarantee a place in another specialization, and the student might not be able to continue in the program.
The application session for 2020-2022 starts on September 15th, 2019. There are two distinct application periods, one for those applying for a scholarship, and the other for those applying as fee paying (i.e., self sustained) students. More information on the … Continue reading
One of our former student, Maximiliano Lopez, participated to a challenge organized by United Nations and the U.S. Department of State. And guess what? He won the second place for his project! This page describes what the challenge was about: … Continue reading
After 5 successful editions, IT4BI becomes BDMA! The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree IT4BI has successfully welcomed five generations of students since its opening in September 2012. To better align with the new needs of research, education, and industry with … Continue reading