Second round of applications officially open!
The program is open to all applicants around the world. The number of places in the program being limited, admission is highly competitive. The eligibility requirements (validated by all Consortium universities) are the following:
In order to be eligible for the HySET Erasmus Mundus Joint Master, students must hold a Bachelor Degree (at least 180 credits) in one of the following disciplines (or equivalent):
Such specific requirements may be assessed as not fulfilled if
(1) The average grade is in the lower third on the grading scale used (above pass level);
(2) The degree awarding institution is not considered to meet acceptable quality standards by the authorities of the country in which the institution is located.
(3) The degree does not qualify for admission to equivalent Master level in the country where the degree is awarded.
(4) Prospective student aiming to continue their study at TU/e have to possess a stronger background in chemistry
The minimum requirements are:
Exemption only for graduates who are nationals from English-speaking countries AND who have been taught and evaluated in English. See the list of English-speaking countries here.
The coordinating institution (Politecnico di Torino) is in charge to checks all submitted documents and if the applicants fulfil the admission requirements.
The applications are reviewed and rated by two reviewers from the five academic partners of the consortium. Four criteria are graded, for a maximum score of 100 points. The criteria are the following:
On the basis of these reviews, the Admission Board allocates four different statuses to each application:
Students will be informed by email about their application in mid February. Students who are selected have to confirm their participation. The main list and the reserve list are then sent to the EU for approval. Final results (following EU approval) are released in February.
Gender Balance and Promotion of Female Candidate’s Applications
Accordingly with the principles promoted by the European Union and by the HySET consortium’s institutions, from September 2023 the program is committed to:
This part is just for information purposes and doesn’t replace what is asked on the application platform.
All documents are submitted electronically. However, the original documents and final certificates will be requested by the academic authorities before enrollment.