The Erasmus Mundus Master

Building the future

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling (TCCM) is a high-level integrated international study programme that has been designed by a large international consortium of 9 degree-awarding universities from 5 EU countries: Autonomous University of Madrid , University of Barcelona , Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), University of Groningen (Netherlands), University Paul Sabatier Toulouse III (France), University of Perugia, Sorbonne University, University of Trieste and University of Valencia , in order to provide a common and integrated degree in a discipline that has a multidisciplinary character (molecular biology, biochemistry, material science, chemical kinetics, spectroscopy, astrochemistry or environmental chemistry).

Teaching will be delivered in English by world academic leaders with fundamental expertise in theoretical methods and their applications. All partners share the responsibility of teaching in these courses, including staff from companies, associated partners and invited scholars from Universities outside the consortium. Students will also integrate in the local research groups and will benefit from interaction with scientist working in top-rated educational establishments as well as, supercomputing centers and industrial companies. This multidisciplinary and intercultural approach will deliver Master graduates that have a true international background and are prepared for an international workforce.

The Consortium

The Consortium is compound by the 9 egree-awarding  universities (Partners) …..

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The Program

TCCM is a two-year master (referred as M1 and M2 respectively) of 120 ECTS. …

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M1 Study Plan

The M1 (60 ECTS) is structured in the following modules (Md) as follows: ….

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M2 Study Plan

In the M2, the common study plan to all universities will be as follows: …

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