Three HEIs in latest Erasmus Mundus awards

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 4 November, 2019

Dublin City University, Technological University Dublin and University College Dublin have all secured partnerships in the latest round of approved Erasmus Mundus Master Degrees announced by the European Commission.

Teagasc and Kerry Ingredients are also associate partners with TU Dublin while IBM Ireland is an associate partner with UCD.

The latest additions bring to seven the number of EMJD programmes involving Irish HEIs.  The other programmes are:

  1. Maynooth University – Erasmus Mundus Joint MSc in Advanced Systems Dependability
  2. Maynooth University – International Master in Adult Education for Social Change
  3. University College Cork – Migrations Transnationales
  4. University College Dublin – Joint Master´s Degree Programme in International Humanitarian Action NOHA+

Higher Education InstitutionTitle of Erasmus Mundus Joint Master DegreeCategory of ParticipationLead Co-ordinator
Dublin City UniversityInternational Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic StudiesPartnerUniversity of Glasgow, Scotland
Technological University DublinErasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Food Innovation & Product DesignPartnerInstitut des Sciences et Industries du Vivant et de L'Environnement - Agro Paris Tech
Kerry Ingredients (Ireland) Ltd.Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Food Innovation & Product DesignAssociate Partner "
TeagascErasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Food Innovation & Product Design
Associate Partner "
University College DublinEuropean Master in Public Health - Europubhealth+
PartnerEcole des Hautes Etudes en Samte Publique, Rennes, France
IBM Ireland Ltd.European Master in Public Health - Europubhealth+Associate Partner "

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