The European joint Masters ME3 is offered to students who have the highest potential for graduate studies. To enter the programme, candidates must have either a Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering or a recognised equivalent diploma from an accredited institution (minimum 3 years full time study) in a scientific or technical discipline.

Preferred first degree fields are Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Process Engineering and similar subjects closely related to the objectives of the course. You may apply if you have a different background, but be aware that your chances of admission are likely to be lower.

No pre-assessment of your application can be done. It means that we cannot answer by email or phone any question related to your chances of admission. Only full evaluation of your application file is done, once we receive it (either online or by postmail).

All complete application files are evaluated and the result is always communicated by direct email once the evaluation is done. Be aware that due to the high number of applications received, there may be some delay in the announcement of the result.

Here is the list of information/documents to provide in order to complete your applications:

  • Completed and signed Application form for ME3 (for paper application only, see here ; this form is produced automatically by the application website in case of online application, based on the information you enter).
  • A full Curriculum Vitae in English (using Europass template is strongly recommended, visit - The Europass Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  • Copy of your transcripts, with translation in English, for the last 4 years of your higher education (done by your educational institution or by an official institution).
  • Copy of your degrees, with translation in English (done by your educational institution or by an official institution).
  • 2 letters of recommendation in English (whose at least one from an academic referee).
  • A synthetic motivation statement in English to present your career project and motivate your application (1 page.).
  • English certificate (e.g TOEFL, IELTS, see specific minimum requirements in the Application FAQ).
  • Copy of passport information page (should include the passport number, your name, and your photo) or copy of your identity card.
  • 1 recent photo (ID or passport size) with your last name, first name and country overleaf (for paper application only). For online application, uploading your photo is sufficient.
  • A residence certificate (with translation in English) that stipulates the CITY and COUNTRY where you live, this can be one of the documents below:

    -a residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's municipality normal registration rules;
    -a certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question. This can be a letter from your company or university stipulating your place of work or study, respectively. This document has to allow us to verify your place of residence (city and country).

    Both documents must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline.

  • Completed and signed Application form for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship (in case you wish to apply for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship): see here .
  • For online applications, you will have to upload these required documents directly on the application website.

    Be aware that only pdf files are allowed (except for your photo which has to be a picture file like jpeg). No other format of document will be accepted. If you need to convert your word files, pictures or other types of documents into pdf files, you can download the software PDF creator.

    Main criteria used to evaluate and rank the applications (with their relative weighting and their sub-criteria):

  • Academic excellence (30%): Education background, Bachelor grades and ranking, Quality of the university of origin
  • Professional/academic experience, extra-curricular activities (20%): Professional experience in the ME3 field (e.g. energy/environment) in industry or in research, Professional experiences not related to the domain, social or extra-scholar activities
  • Professional objectives and career project (15%): Targeted jobs and career project presented in the motivation letter, Objectives of learning or acquisition of complementary skills thanks to the Master
  • Motivation for intercultural experience, interest in European countries and cultures (10%): Intercultural experience and international mobility, Particular interest for Europe or ME3 countries
  • Language skills (15%): English (high priority), Spanish, French, Swedish or Hungarian (second priority), other European language (small bonus)
  • Recommendation letters (10%): quality of the referees, quality of the letters, content well related to the ME3 Master
  • For more information please visit the FAQ.