Erasmus Mundus Short Specialisation degrees

Short specialisation degrees

First-level Short Specialisation degrees
These courses lead to an out-of-mainstream university qualification; they can be accessed after a 1st cycle degree course or a comparable foreign degree. They last at least one year and involve the acquisition of at least 60 credits.
The corresponding qualification does not give access to 2nd or 3rd cycles. The latter degree course is also clearly different from the usual master degree, which – not only in English-speaking countries but also in the whole area of the Bologna Process – corresponds to the Italian laurea magistrale.
Second-level Short Specialisation degrees

These courses lead to an out-of-mainstream university qualification and can be accessed after a 2nd cycle degree course, single cycle degree course or comparable foreign degree. They consist in quite advanced scientific courses or studies in life-long learning programmes, last at least one year, and involve the acquisition of at least 60 credits.
This degree-course is therefore clearly different from the usual master degree, which – not only in English-speaking countries but also in the whole area of the Bologna Process – corresponds to the Italian laurea magistrale. How to apply
Admission is possible only if the applicant meet the requiriments for the chosen course, as explained in the selection notice. Applicants must fill in the online pre-enrolment form (on Uniweb) and complete all the other formalities according to the deadlines stated for the current academic year.
Students can also enrol for single modules delivered within the scope of certain
courses.

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SAMHC-Advanced Master in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (2nd level) The objective of SAHC is to offer an advanced education programme on the engineering of conservation of structures, with a focus on architectural heritage. The programme lasts one academic year and is held on a rotating basis among partners, so each student follows coursework in one partner institution and works on dissertation in another. The consortium is coordinated by Universidade do Minho (Portugal). The other partners are: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain), Ceské vysoké učení technické v Praze (Czech Republic). For information and application, please refer to: www.msc-sahc.org


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