05/11/2023 10:35 AM GMT+7 TP HCM
The COASTHazar Erasmus masters is a very good opportunity to take a prestigious and innovative programme, with full costs fully covered, including tuition fee as well as living and travelling allowances.
The programme spans across three countries during the first 3 semesters: Spain (Universidad de Cantabria), the Netherlands (IHE Delft; coordinating institution) and Portugal (University of Algarve).
The forth semester (thesis research) will be taken in one of the 3 institutions, depending on the students’ choice.
A considerable part of the programmes touches modelling of coastal processes, including waves.
Students finishing their BSc at the end of the current academic year are also eligible.
Target candidates are students from civil and environmental engineering, earth sciences (oceanography or meteorology and similar degrees), or physical geography areas.
The application deadlines are:
Full Erasmus Mundus Scholarships (non-European candidates: 8 January 2024
Full Erasmus Mundus Scholarships (European candidates): 15 February 2024
Self-paying students: 1 May 2024
More information can be found here: www.coasthazar.eu
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For more information, please contact:
Alvaro Semedo, PhD
Senior Lecturer Coastal Oceanography
Coastal, Urban Risk and Resilience Department - Chair Group Coastal Systems, Engineering and Port Development
Coordinator Erasmus Mundus MSc Coastal Hazards, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation.(COAStHazar) www.coasthazar.eu #CoastHazar
Coordinator MSc Water Science and Engineering - Coastal Engineering and Port Development specialisation (WSE-CEPD) www.un-ihe.org
Mail: P.O.Box 3015, 2601DA Delft, The Netherlands
Visiting address: Westvest 7, 2611AX Delft, The Netherlands
Direct phone: +31 (0)15 215 2387
Cell phone: +31(0)654 190 897
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