Erasmus Mundus in Service Engineering
IMSE is a challenging and cutting-edge Master’s program for students with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Systems or Information Technology/Computer Science.
IMSE being designed at the interface of software service systems and business processes, prepares students in becoming the thought leaders and entrepreneurs in emerging technologies such as cloud and service computing.
This full-time English-taught program totals 120 ECTS credits and is jointly given at the University of Tilburg (Netherlands), the University of Stuttgart (Germany) and University of Crete (Greece).
Scholarships should be considered as "full scholarships" covering all necessary costs of the student during his/her study period in Europe
The IMSE consortium will allocate the scholarships by using a ranking based on the previously mentioned criteria and specific criteria set by the Erasmus Mundus Agency. A Skype interview with pre-questionnaire may also be part of the selection procedure.
The IMSE Admission Board expects to be able to communicate to Erasmus Mundus Category A and B applicants whether they have been accepted to the IMSE program and whether they have been awarded an EM category A scholarship in April or May 2014.
ApplicationThe IMSE Admission Board will start the assessment of your application only after receiving the complete set of the following documents:
A printed copy of the completed and signed application form
A printed copy of the completed and signed Appendix (IMSE Appendix 2014-2015)
All other required documents as requested in the Appendix.
Those applying for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship (Category A or B) must mark the corresponding box in the Appendix. Therefore no separate application for the Erasmus Mundus scholarships is needed.