The roles of the main partners are as follows. The role of ULB, coordinating institution, is the overall administrative and financial management of the programme, and liaison with the EC. The role of UPC is the overall academic management, including course prerequisites, as well as student application, selection, and evaluation. The role of TUB is excellence and quality assessment, and liaison with academic sector. The role of TU/e is outreach and liaison with non- academic sector. The role of UFRT is service provisioning and liaison with students. To ensure both an equal commitment of all partners and an equitable distribution of tasks among them, all main partners will head one management body, as detailed in the figure below.
The application session for 2019-2021 starts on September 15th, 2018. 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