EMARO+ Joint Master Programme in Advanced Robotics

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Background

The EMARO (European Master on Advanced Robotics) programme welcomed its first students in 2008, under the Erasmus Mundus European Programme of Excellence label. The programme was extended in 2014 as the Erasmus+ (EMARO+) programme.

As the European funding cycle of EMARO+ recently came to an end, three of the partner institutions decided to maintain this project and the community around it by concluding an EMARO+ Double Degree agreement.

The programme enjoys strong recognition, both in the industrial and academic world, thanks in particular to the international cooperation it fosters, both in teaching and research.

Consortium Partners

The 3 partner institutions for the EMARO+ Double Degree programme are:

  • Centrale Nantes, France
  • University of Genoa, Italy
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
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Application requirements

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the double degree programme, students must be enrolled in the first year (M1) of one of the following local master's programmes:

  • Master in Control and Robotics - Advanced Robotics at Centrale Nantes in France.
  • Master in Robotics Engineering (Laurea Magistrale in Robotica) at the University of Genoa in Italy
  • Master of Engineering in Robotics and Control (Magister, specjalno Automatyka i Robotyka) at Warsaw University of Technology in Poland

How to apply

During the first year of one of these Master's programmes, students can apply for the EMARO+ double degree programme at a second partner institution. They can apply by sending a CV and a cover letter to their institution of choice:

The institution where the student is completing the M1 year and the institution to which he/she is applying for the M2 year will assess the candidate's application together.

Scholarships


  • Students can enquire of their M1 institution whether they are eligible for an Erasmus+ mobility grant
  • Consortium scholarships may also be awarded by joint decision of the two host institutions. 
Published on June 3, 2020 Updated on June 4, 2020