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Fellowship on training in analytical chemistry

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University of Tartu (Estonia) offers the master's degree scholarships with the payment of tuition and all expenses

University of Tartu, involving the University of Uppsala, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and Abo Akademi University launched the new 2-year master's program Erasmus Mundus in Analytical Chemistry Excellence in Analytical Chemistry (EACH).

The program prepares specialists in analytical chemistry and provides qualified to work in industry (food, pharmaceutical, materials, energy, etc.) and chemical analysis laboratories (in the areas of environment, food, health, etc.) on around the world.

All accepted to the program students spend the first year of study at the University of Tartu, studying the fundamental concepts and acquiring skills in analytical chemistry, metrology in chemistry, quality, and for socio-economic aspects of analytical chemistry.

The second year of study will focus on the application of analytical chemistry. Students will be asked to choose 2 of 3 training modules at the University of Uppsala, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University and Abo Akademi.

Thus, students will acquire the basic knowledge and practical skills in three different higher education institutions in Europe and get double diplomas.

The first year of study will be completed with 4-6 week of practical training. Students will gain an understanding of analytical chemistry in a professional environment industry, research institutions or professional laboratory, as well as knowledge and skills to perform specific tasks. Preparation time is stipulated in the summer between the first and second year of study.

EACH is financed by the European Commission and offers scholarships for Ukrainian students, that can cover the full cost of the program - 18 000 EUR (for two years), it provides a monthly allowance of 1000 euro (up to 12 months in a year), payment of travel expenses - maximum 6,000 euro a year, financing of organizational costs - not more than 1000 euro for program.

In addition, the consortium EACH offers a scholarship covering tuition fees only.

All candidates who wish to get a full scholarship for program EACH give their documents by 31 January 2015.
Candidates who wish to receive only scholarship may apply by 16 April 2015.

Applicants must:
- Have a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) with at least 60 ECTS in chemistry or chemical engineering and 20 ECTS in mathematics and / or physics.
- Have the knowledge of English (IELTS Academic - a total of 6.5 and the individual sections not below 5.5); TOEFL - Paper: 575 Online: 90; Cambridge examination - CAE and CPE; Pearson PTE Academic - 62).

For more information, please visit the official website of the program: www.ut.ee/each.
Send us your questions at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Enumeration of documents: http://www.ut.ee/EACH/admission-requirements/.
All applicants must submit an application online and download electronic copies of all required documents to online application system. Immediately after application on the site, everyone needs to send a signed application (do not send documents by e-mail!) with all necessary documents by 28 February at: International Student Service, University of Tartu, Ulikooli 18, Tartu 50090, ESTONIA.

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