Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia

Erasmus Mundus Master in Membrane Enginering (EM3E)

Cycle

Segundo ciclo

Degree

Mestre

Paths

Coordinator

Isabel Maria Rola Coelhoso

Opening date

October

Fees

4000,00 Euros/year or 8000,00 Euros/year (for foreign students).

Schedule

Daytime.

Education objectives

The European Network of Excellence NanoMemPro (acronym for “Expanding membrane macro scale applications by exploring nanoscale material properties”), was funded in the scope of the FP6
http://www.nanomempro.euromemhouse.com/) and has created a legal entity, the European Membrane House (http://www.euromemhouse.com) which now host all activities.
One of the main objectives of NanoMemPro was the establishment of long-term synergies in Europe.
The creation of education programmes in Membrane Engineering was strongly supported by the
Club of Interest of NanoMemPro gathering a significant number of small and medium-sized enterprises and large industrial companies.
The AM3E project is believed to answer the industrial and academic needs in terms of background and advanced knowledge in Membrane Science, by bringing together the expertise of the best
European Universities working in the field.

Degree pre-requisites

Nanosciences and Nanotechnology
Duration: 2 years
Credits: 120 ECTS
Mandatory scientifc areas

Area Credits (ECTS)
Material Sciences 30
Material Sciences or Chemical Engineering 18
Law 2
Economics 6
Chemical Engineering 54
Languages 2
Chemistry 10

Energy and Environment
Duration: 2 years
Credits: 120 ECTS
Mandatory scientifc areas

Area Credits (ECTS)
Material Sciences or Chemical Engineering 18
Law 2
Economics 6
Chemical Engineering 84
Languages 2
Chemistry 10


Biotechnology, Nutrition and Health
Duration: 2 years
Credits: 120 ECTS
Mandatory scientifc areas

Area Credits (ECTS)
Material Sciences or Chemical Engineering 18
Law 2
Economics 6
Chemical Engineering 84
Languages 2
Chemistry 10

Access to other courses

Access to a 3rd cycle

Evaluation rules

The following modes of evaluation are used with regard to academic qualifications:

  1. Evaluation based solely on an examination or completion of a final project.
  2. Evaluation based on work done throughout the semester excluding examination or final project. In these courses students can expect to carry out, for example, laboratory activities, mini-tests, tests, individual or group projects, seminar-related activities, any combination of which will be used to determine the final grade.
  3. Evaluation based obligatorily on an examination or a final project. In these courses there extists a form of evaluation similar to one of the aformentioned activities in paragraph 2 as well as a form of evaluation based on a final exam.
  4. Evaluation based on work done throughout the semester with the possibility of foregoing an examination or a final project.

The Dissertation seminar includes a public presentation, before a Jury, in accordance with legal statutes.

Structure