Ireland – a participant in Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programmes

By Rebecca Wright

Posted: 29 March, 2017

Five Irish higher education institutions are partners in current Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programmes. Each of the programmes will have student intakes in 2017, 2018 and 2019. The Irish partners listed are working with a range of international colleagues including those from the lead institutions from France, Hungary, Scotland, Portugal and Belgium respectively.

Course TitleWebsiteIrish PartnerLead Co-ordinator
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Food Innovation & Product Design DES SCIENCES ET INDUSTRIES DU VIVANT ET DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT - AGRO PARIS TECH
Viewfinder Cinematography Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree / Dublin-Budapest-Tallinn FILMMUVESZETI EGYETEM (Hungary)
International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies DCUUNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
European Master in the Psychology of Global Mobility, Inclusion and Diversity in Society UNIVERSITARIO DE LISBOA
International Master in Marine Biological Resources GENT

List of Currently Active Erasmus Joint Master Programmes as of 30 March 2017

In the period 2004 to 2011 several Irish HEIs were involved in Joint Erasmus Mundus Master and PhD programmes (the PhD action is now part of Marie Curie).

Joint PhDExtreme-ultraviolet and X-ray Training in Advanced Technologies for Interdisciplinary CooperationIrish Co-ordinatorDCU
Joint MasterErasmus Mundus MSc in Dependable Software SystemsIrish Co-ordinatorMU

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