Follow a two-year Master programme in Materials Science and Chemical Engineering within 8 universities (UPS, AMU, WUT, UPJV, UL, UPV/EHU, DREXEL and DEAKIN) in 6 countries (France, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, US and Australia) that host world-renowned leading research laboratories in the field of Energy-related materials.
After long discussions within the Consortium, MESC decided to open NO CLASS in 2018. We regret this situation and understand that some prospective students will be disappointed but we prefer to have a break in oder to build a stronger project for the future.Thank you for your understanding Read next page
IMPORTANT: Ten years of MESC... We collected some relevant information about employability among all the MESC graduates. The important feedback we received allowed us to gather all these data in an ALUMNI YEARBOOK and also to extract the figures to make an ANALYSIS of more than 10 years of running an Erasmus Mundus Master Course.
What is MESC?
The European Master Course 'Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion' "MESC" is designed to provide a 2-year (120 ECTS) education program in Materials Science and Electrochemistry at 8 universities in 6 countries : France (Marseille, Toulouse, Amiens), Poland (Warsaw), Slovenia (Ljubljana), Spain (Bilbao), US (Philadelphia) and Australia (Geelong). These universities host world-renowned, leading research laboratories in the field of energy-related materials.