Erasmus + Erasmus Mundus

4 new Erasmus Mundus Masters at ULiège

Results of the call 2019

The results of the Erasmus Mundus call have just been published. Our institution stands out by being coordinator or partner of 4 projects this year, in addition to the 3 existing Erasmus Mundus projects!

These results highlight both the academic quality of the partners and the excellence of the courses offered to students in these masters. These programmes, supported by Europe, contribute to the internationalisation of ULiège.

ULiège coordinates the Master EMSHIP+ (European Master Course in Advanced Design of Ships and Offshore Structures) in the Faculty of Applied Sciences, led by Prof. Philippe Rigo.

The University of Liège will also be a partner of the following master courses:

  •     European Master in Biological and Chemical Engineering for a Sustainable Bioeconomy (BIOCEB)

Coordinated by AgroParis Tech, France and led at ULiège by Prof. Aurore Richel at Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech.

The objective of the program is to meet the needs of the bio-economy: graduates capable of developing innovative and sustainable biological products and bioprocesses, ensuring access to innovative and sustainable products and bioprocesses and their integration into alternative value chains in different sectors of the bio-economy.

  •     European Master in Public Health - EuroPubHealth+ (EPH+)

Coordinated by the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé publique (EHESP), Rennes, France and led at ULiège by Prof. Anne-Françoise Donneau at the Faculty of Medicine.

It aims to provide an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to public health training by providing a unique platform for the exchange of best practices and by promoting excellence and innovation in public health.

  •     Master of Science in Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (ECT+)

Coordinated by the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain and led at ULiège by Prof. Krishna Das and Prof. Sylvie Gobert at the Faculty of Science.

The objective of this program is to understand the interactions between chemical pollution, living organisms and ecosystems.

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