Ured za međuuniverzitetsku saradnju
u zemlji i inostranstvu
Tuzla, 06.01.2022. godine
Na adresu našeg Ureda stigao je poziv za prijavu za stipendije za master studij iz teorijske hemije i računarskog modeliranja u okviru Erasmus Munuds Master programa, a koji vam u cjelosti prenosimo u nastavku.
Za sve informacije, molim vas da se direktno obratite dole navedenim koordinatorima ovog programa.
European Master in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling -TCCM
Hello dear students,
We are two coordinators of the European Master in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling -TCCM – (www.emtccm.org).
The TCCM master was selected as an Erasmus Mundus Master, which implies that we can assign *25 scholarships per year* to finance the master's degree to brilliant students. Most of these scholarships are intended for non-EU students, and in particular at least six grants must be assigned in the next two years to students coming from countries of the EM target region 1 (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Montenegro).
The candidates should be Licence (completed by september 2022) or Master students in Chemistry, Physics, Material Sciences, or Mathematics.
These grants represent a great opportunity to start a scientific career in Europe. They are well-funded scholarships (1000 euros / month, for two years, plus tuition fees, medical insurance, installation and mobility) and cover the two years of the master.
The two-year training program has to be carried out within the consortium members, and in case any of the students from the University of Tuzla were selected, they could do the research work on topics of common interest between groups at the University of Tuzla and one of the partners of the TCCM consortium.
We would be happy to give you any further information on the Master.
The application is now open, until the 15th of February.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
Stefano Evangelisti and Nicolas Suaud
Prof. Stefano Evangelisti
Laboratoire de Chimie et Physique Quantiques – IRSAMC
Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III) et CNRS
118 R.te de Narbonne