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FROM NOVEMBER 30th 2016 TO MAY 12th, 2017 !!!

YOU ARE STUDENT

Students from all over the world can apply for the European Master Course M.E.S.C. - Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion. They will attend the same classes and each of them will be awarded the same degree at the end of the two-year course.

Typically, The M.E.S.C. Master Course welcomes around 20 students with various kinds of scholarships (Cf. Grants and Finances section for further details), but also self supported. The available scholarships for MESC are granted as follows :

• M.E.S.C. Associated Partners : Alistore ERI, CIC Energigune, RS2E (French network for Energy Storage)
• Private companies (Umicore, Renault, EADS Foundation...)

YOU ARE PROFESSOR / LECTURER

MESC Consortium also hosts some scholars, thanks to the Erasmus + scholarships that we receive from EACEA. Therefore, scholars from all over the world can apply to join us for various activities: Teaching, research, etc...

If you are an academic from a European or a "Third" country (i.e. outside European Union), you can apply for a grant lasting between 2 weeks and three months to carry out scholarly work for MESC. You will work in one or more of our partner universities. These scholarships are awarded by EACEA to the best scholars on a competitive basis after selection by the MESC committee. The scholarship covers travel and living expenses with a nice stipend of €1.200 per week.

If you are willing to apply, download below the application form and send it with your cv and letter of motivation to : jamila.tamimy@u-picardie.fr and christian.masquelier@u-picardie.fr

Please make sure you attach the following documents to your application form :

  • a copy of your passport,
  • your CV (European format)
  • 2 recommendation letters
  • A certified translated copy of your academic transcripts of records
  • a proof of your level of English
  • an energy-related essay
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