EMDIREB – European Master in Diagnosis and Repair of Buildings Scholarship

(taken from http://www.rumahbeasiswa.com )

 

Objectives
The European Master of Diagnosis and Repair of Buildings (EMDiReB) is a postgraduate university programme, supported by the European Commission through the Erasmus Mundus Programme. It is a one-year-and-a-half masters course (90 ECTS in three semesters of 30 ECTS each), focused on diagnosis, repair, rehabilitation and improvement of buildings and urban spaces.

The training offered has the following objectives:
1. To provide solid core training for specialists, which will prepare them to undertake the diagnosis, repair, rehabilitation and improvement of buildings and urban spaces.
2. To provide integral training to enable specialists to write reports and projects, technically supervise construction work and carry out executive management activities associated with the processes involved.
3. To provide more advanced training, drawing together the knowledge and experience accumulated by three European universities in such important fields as building diagnosis and repair. The consortium contributes and enriches the programme with three different areas of specialization associated with complementary aspects of architectural activity.

Partnership
The partner institutions of the Masters consortium are:
Universidad de Sevilla (US). Spain
UniversitĂ  degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria (UNIRC). Italy
Politechnika Lubelska (PL). Poland

ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR SCHOLARS
The candidates must present:

a. An university qualification corresponding to an academic course of at least four years` duration (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits) in Architecture, Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering.
b. Scholars should have proven knowledge of the language of instruction of the host institution (English for specialization and Italian, Polish or Spanish for the core section).
c. Scholars should complete application form in all sections. Applications can be completed in English or in any of the other three teaching languages (Italian, Spanish or Polish).

Selection Criteria
Prior relevant knowledge/experience 35%
Academic excellence 30%
Proven knowledge of one of the languages 20%
Motivation 5%
Social skills and competences 5%
Other 5%

Third Country Students
Erasmus Mundus scholarships are for third-country graduate students coming to Europe. A limited number of scholarships are available for third-country nationals with excellent academic records whose enrolment in an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course has been accepted by the consortium offering the Course. Students and scholars have to apply for thesescholarships directly to EMDIREB. Students have to be graduate students. Erasmus Mundus scholarships allow third-country students to follow the whole Course, i.e. they will receive a scholarship for the whole duration of the Course. The consortium decides who receives an Erasmus Mundus scholarship on the basis of CVs, study and academic merits, motivation, recommendations, language skills, etc. The Commission confirms this selection and assigns the grants.

For each student the scholarship amounts to 21.000 Euro per student and academic year to assume her personal expenses and Master fees.

Third Country Scholars
Erasmus Mundus scholarships are for third-country graduate scholars coming to Europe. Scholars have to apply for these scholarships directly to EMDIREB. Erasmus Mundus scholarships allow third-country scholars to perform a teaching or research assignment or other scholarly work of three months at the Masters consortium. The consortium decides who receives an Erasmus Mundus scholarship on the basis of CVs, study and academic merits, motivation, recommendations, language skills, etc. The Commission confirms this selection and assigns the grants.

The scholarship covers travel and living expenses for a three-month working assignment with 13000 euros. This amount comprises a monthly grant of 4,000 Euro and a fixed amount of 1,000 Euro for travel expenses. The amount of the grant awarded may vary according to the actual duration of the stay at the host institution.

Third-country graduate student or scholar means a national of a third country other than those from EEA-EFTA States and candidate countries for accession to the European Union; who has already obtained a first higher education degree; who is not a resident of any of the Member States or the participating countries as provided for in Article 11; who has not carried out his or her main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in any of the Member States or the participating countries; and who has been accepted to register or is registered in an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course.

Contact and further information: info@emdireb.eu
More information, visit: http://www.emdireb.eu/english

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