Results of the applications for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship have been sent on April 8th, 2019. Please check your spambox if you have not received it. 

Self-financed students can still apply until June 30th, 2019.

General Description

The SERP+ Master is taught in English and aims at training experts in the most advanced experimental and theoretical tools developed in chemistry, physical-chemistry and materials science, making them ready to develop innovative ideas and enterprises related to sustainable developments in Energy, Health and Environment.

The international study programme includes courses, tutorials, and lab trainings in cutting-edge areas related to renewable energies, green chemistry, radiation effects, nanomaterials for the industry and nanomedicine. A strong partnership with SMEs, academic institutions and research and innovation centres in Europe, Asia, and Latin America, allow the students to strengthen their professional skills and build their network.

The students must complete their training with a 6-month internship in the academic sector or in the industry. An intensive summer school also fosters the students' entrepreneurial skills including economy management, communication, patent law, and technology transfer so they can face the job market.

At the end of the master, the students are awarded a multiple diploma according to the mobility track they followed:

  • Master in Chemistry from Paris-Sud University
  • Master in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Genoa
  • Master in Chemistry from the University of Porto
  • Master in Chemistry from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan

Mobility Scheme

Associated Partners

The SERP+ master is built around a strong international and intersectorial network of 19 associated partners: 7 companies, 8 research & innovation centres, 2 non-European universities, 1 business school, and 1 international law firm.

This network gives the students the sense of industrial developments by exposing them to different socio-cultural and economic environments.

The associated partners' involvement includes:

  • Lab trainings in connection with research
  • 6-month internships to ensure full immersion of the students in the professional world
  • Seminars of academic researchers and industrials
  • Visits to industrial company plants

  • Companies
  • Research & Innovation centres
  • Non-EU universities
  • Horizontal skills