News archive - NanoFar: European Erasmus Mundus Doctorate in Nanomedicine and Pharmaceutical Innovation: an opportunity for master students from Western Balkans to get one PhD fellowship

NanoFar is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programme newly selected by EACEA. This European programme is coordinated by the University of Angers (France), and involves the Universities of Nantes (France), Liège and Louvain (Belgium), Nottingham (United Kingdom) and Santiago de Compostela (Spain). NanoFar is a three-year PhD thesis, co-supervised by partners in two different countries and including a one-year mobility period in a partner country. It aims to train the best students in the field of Nanomedicine at the doctoral level. Selection process is open until 4th February 2012.

The Doctorate course has 120 ECTS credits dedicated to laboratory based research, and 60 ECTS credits for training activities, including 3 mandatory summer schools.

9 Doctorate fellowships (covering tuition fees, participation costs, travel expenses, some household expenses contribution and a monthly allowance) will be offered in 2012 by the EMJD NanoFar consortium to students from all over the world.

There is a great opportunity for master students from Western Balkans to get one PhD fellowship offered by EU agency since EACEA reserve one grant for WB region. The programme is new and so far, there are no applications from WBC.

Information concerning the programme and students application is available on the NanoFar website, www.erasmusmundus-nanofar.eu

Further information is also available in the brochure attached below.

Source: Email by Prof. Fank Boury, Programme coordinator
 

Geographical focus
  • International; Other
  • WBC

Entry created by Ines Marinkovic on January 26, 2012
Modified on January 10, 2012