Engineering. Environment. Society. Study nuclear energy in context
Nuclear energy has a significant place in a low-carbon, global energy mix and is a dynamic sector in which to build a lifelong career in sustainable energy. The European Masters in Nuclear Energy (MSc EMINE) deepens your technical knowledge, while broadening your understanding of the wider energy sector and the societal, economic and environmental impacts of nuclear energy.
Whether it's leading the design of new reactor types, managing the safe decommissioning of older plants, developing innovative new policy, or planning effective waste management, MSc EMINE equips you to meet the challenges facing the worlds nuclear energy industry.
In addition, MSc EMINE - European Master in Innovation in Nuclear Energy from InnoEnergy Master's School gives you unrivalled opportunities to engage directly with major industrial players and research institutes through a series of activities throughout the programme. Areva, EDF, Endesa and Vattenfall all take an active role in MSc EMINE, alongside the CEA, one of the most important research centres in nuclear energy in Europe.
MSc EMINE is an international programme for an international industry. You will join students from all over the world for two years at two different universities and one of Europes leading business schools. After successfully completing the programme and your thesis, you will receive a double diploma: a Masters degree from two of the following institutes:
Master Material Science for Nuclear Energy, from INP: Grenoble Institute of Technology, France
Master of Science, from KTH: Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Master of Science Nuclear Energy, from Université Paris-Saclay, France
Master of Nuclear Engineering, from UPC: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Spain
Your path to the future
The programme enables you to integrate the technical aspects of the nuclear industry with key environmental, economic, regulatory and social issues.
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To qualify for our programmes, applicants need to fulfill the admission requirements based on previous studies, English proficiency and relevant documentation.
In order to be admitted into a InnoEnergy MSc programme, you must have completed a Bachelor’s degree encompassing a minimum of 180 ECTS credits or equivalent academic qualifications from an internationally recognized university. Please note that admissions depend on the specific BSc degree you hold for entry into the MSc programme you are interested in.
Students in their final year of undergraduate education may also apply and if expected to qualify, receive a conditional offer. If you have not completed your studies, please include a written statement from your university’s administration office (or equivalent department), confirming that you are enrolled in the final year of your study programme and stating your expected completion date. If you receive a conditional offer, you should present your degree certificate to the InnoEnergy Admissions Office before your admission can be finalised. The InnoEnergy Admissions Office will forward your application to your appointed Year 1 university so that your application can be completed.
Applicants who have studied longer technical programmes and who have completed courses equivalent to an amount of 180 ECTS, will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants must provide proof of their English language proficiency, which is generally established through an internationally recognized test. Please note that in order to be considered for one of our programmes, we need to receive your test result before 1 April 2015 when you are applying in the first application round and 1 June 2015 if you are applying in the second application round. Any scores received after those deadlines will not be considered. Therefore, it is important that you plan your test well ahead of the deadlines. Please note that it can take up to six weeks to receive test scores. The following tests and scores are accepted:
General English Proficiency Requirements
IELTS Academic test
An overall band score of at least 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5, is required. IELTS tests are verified online by the Admissions office. Sending a photocopy of your test together with your application documents is therefore sufficient.
TOEFL Internet-based test, IBT
A total score of at least 92 (with the writing section scoring at least 22) is required. English test results from TOEFL must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The institution code you need to use (0683) is exclusive to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). This code is used regardless of the location of your studies at InnoEnergy. For KIT, you should choose the option ‘any department not listed’ and then you can manually enter the name of the InnoEnergy programme. Examinee score reports or photocopies are not accepted.
Please note that it can take several weeks for your test scores to arrive from ETS, so arrange for them to be sent as early as possible.
University of Cambridge / University of Oxford Certificates
Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): grades A – C are accepted.
Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): grades A – C are accepted.
For the University of Cambridge Certificates: please provide your Candidate ID (3 letters and 6 numbers) and Secret number (4 digits) in our online application form, such that we can verify your results online. If not available, you will need to send a certified copy of your Cambridge Certificate by regular mail before the deadline.
Validity of English test results
Results of IELTS and TOEFL are valid from two years of the date of the exam. The same holds for CPE/CAE certificates. If you can show proof that you have maintained your English proficiency since then, we will consider this on a case by case basis.
English proficiency tests are waived for applicants who:
To be eligible for the MSc EMINE, applicants must fulfill the General Admission Criteria for InnoEnergy MSc Programmes. In addition, specific requirement in terms of academic background are required to be eligible for EMINE. Applicants should have a Bachelor degree in Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering. Applicants with other Bachelor degrees, which include fundamentals in mathematics, physics and mechanics, will be considered by the EMINE consortium on a case-by-case basis.
The award recognises studying abroad as a positively life changing experience for many students as well as promoting intercultural understanding and tolerance. Successful candidates will receive up to £10,000 to be applied toward the cost of tuition fees.
As KIC InnoEnergy nurtures high expectations for the career trajectories of its select group of first–rate students, it strives at promoting their education, the launching pad of their future as impactful energy engineers, in every possible way. Therefore, KIC InnoEnergy chooses to heavily invest in unique activities that turn the KIC InnoEnergy Master School trajectory into an extraordinary and extremely valuable episode in its students’ training to become an entrepreneurial player in the energy field. Part of the costs for your education will be borne by you and part by KIC InnoEnergy. Costs related to events integrated in the curriculum, e.g. Kick-off, innovation seminars and summer schools are covered by the programme, and included in the participation fee.
For European* Students applying to programmes
For Non-European* Students applying to programmes
* By ‘European applicants’ applicants with citizenship in one of the EEA countries (all EU member states and Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland) or Switzerland are meant. ‘Non-European applicants’ are thus all applicants who do not comply with the above definition of a ‘European applicant’.
** Only applicants conforming to the definition of “non-European” above can be eligible for the one time travel and installation support.
Please note: A scholarship paid in Poland is presently subject to taxation in accordance with the provisions of Polish law. Subject to certain conditions, benefits paid by an entity having its registered office outside of Poland may be exempt from tax on the basis of Article 21 points 39, 40 and 40b of the Act of 26 July 1991. AGH shall endeavour to arrange a tax exemption for the Student. However, a final decision in this regard is issued by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in accordance with the binding provisions on personal income tax (Journal of Laws of 2012 No. 361 as amended).
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