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    EUROPEAN MASTER IN INFORMATICS
    Oleh : Yuliati
    Rabu, 12 Januari 2005 (13:59 WIB) dari IP 202.47.65.67

    The amount of the scholarship is 21.000 EUR per year!
    February 15th, 2005 - Deadline for surface mail application

    EUROPEAN MASTER IN INFORMATICS
    University of Trento (Italy)
    RWTH Aachen University (Germany)
    University of Edinburgh (Scotland)

    Call for Student Applications
    Academic Year 2005/06

    Sponsored by the European Commission Programme
    ERASMUS MUNDUS

    1. EUROPEAN MASTER IN INFORMATICS

    The University of Trento (Italy), RWTH Aachen University (Germany),
    and the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) offer a two year (120
    ECTS credits) Joint Master's Programme, named European Master in
    Informatics (EuMI). The objective of the Master's Programme is to
    educate professionals who will understand advanced techniques,
    tools, and methodologies in the field of Computer Science, and who
    will be able to put this knowledge to practice in the key
    application domains of Net-Centric Informatics, Life Science
    Informatics, and Embedded Systems Informatics. The Programme will
    admit a maximum number of 40 students for the academic year 2005/06.

    2. MASTER'S PROGRAMME

    Description of the Programme
    The objective is to educate professionals who will understand
    advanced techniques, tools, and methodologies in the field of
    Computer Science, and who will be able to put this knowledge to
    practice in key application domains. In particular, EuMI offers
    three areas of specialization in
    - Net-Centric Informatics: This specialization covers all
    those aspects of informatics related to the design, implementation
    and analysis of distributed, ubiquitous information and computing
    systems. This area covers a wide range of topics, ranging from
    network architectures and communication infrastructures to
    techniques for the design and analysis of distributed knowledge,
    media applications and large-scale information systems, to the
    design and implementation of distributed web-service applications.
    - Life-Science Informatics: This area of specialization will
    prepare professionals for research or employment at the intersection
    of the study of Life Science (biology, neuroscience, cognitive
    science) and the study of computation and engineering. Students will
    take basic courses on the fundamentals of biology and/or cognitive
    science and advanced courses studying the application of computer
    science techniques to the analysis of structural and behavioural
    aspects of biological and cognitive systems.
    - Embedded Systems Informatics: This specialization introduces
    the fundamental principles underlying the theory and the practical
    design and implementation of embedded systems. Moreover, it allows
    students to put these principles into practice in applications in
    the area of control systems (e.g., controllers for automotive
    systems or industrial plants) and to ambient intelligence
    applications (e.g., domotics or sensors networks).
    These are application domains that, being emergent, rapidly
    evolving, and of growing impact on society, require specialized
    competencies not covered by more traditional degree programmes.

    Structure of the Programme
    For each area of specialization, a joint curriculum is defined which
    involves two universities of the consortium. Students admitted to a
    selected curriculum will study in two universities, taking courses
    on advanced topics in theoretical and practical Computer Science,
    and with a focus on the selected area of specialization. They will
    spend the initial part of their Master's course in one of the two
    universities (the "main university"), the central part in the second
    university (the "partner university"), and will return to the main
    university for thesis preparation.

    Duration of Studies
    The Master's Course lasts two years, one in each of the two
    universities, starting in September 2005.

    Learning outcomes
    EuMI aims to train students in emerging research domains with a high
    potential impact to shape the future of applied computer science
    disciplines. It prepares students for employment in such
    multidisciplinary domains and/or for continuing their studies within
    PhD programmes.
    After completing the EuMI programme the student will possess the
    competencies necessary for the design and implementation of complex
    software systems, including their embedding in technical and socio-
    technical systems. The student will achieve knowledge in both
    theoretical and applied Computer Science, which will allow him/her
    to adapt quickly to the changes in this constantly evolving field,
    and specific competencies necessary to operate in the chosen area of
    specialization. The student will also attain expertise in putting
    his/her knowledge into practice by participating in laboratory
    projects and/or in industrial student placement schemes. Moreover,
    the student will attain practical project management skills which
    are necessary for an effective application of the knowledge
    acquired.
    During his/her studies, the student will work within research groups
    of three leading European universities, and will interact with
    professors, researchers and scholars working in advanced research in
    computer science and associated enabling technologies.
    The international dimension of the Master's Course guarantees that
    students familiarise themselves with different educational methods
    and a multicultural education through the immersion in two different
    European universities.

    Language
    All courses are taught in English. Students will also undertake
    courses on the culture and language of the European countries of the
    main and partner universities.

    Graduation thesis
    The thesis will be developed at the main university. Students will
    be jointly supervised by instructors from both universities.

    3. MASTER'S DEGREES

    Upon the successful completion of the curriculum and fulfillment of
    the Master's course requirements, students will be awarded a double
    degree, consisting of a degree from each of the two visited
    universities. The awarded degrees correspond to:

    - a Master of Science in Computer Science or Media Informatics
    from the RWTH Aachen University
    - a Master of Science in Informatics from the University of
    Edinburgh
    - a Master of Science in Informatics from the University of
    Trento

    4. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    Applications for students' positions are accepted from candidates,
    regardless of sex, age, and nationality, who comply with the
    following requirements:
    – A first level (at least three years) degree in Computer
    Science or closely related disciplines, awarded by an
    internationally recognised university-level institution.
    – Fluent written and spoken English (certified by either an
    IELTS score of at least 6.0 or a TOEFL score of at least 550/213).
    – A strong background in computer science and mathematics and
    a keen interest in the research topics covered by the Master's
    Programme.

    A maximum number of 40 students will be accepted for the academic
    year 2005-06.

    Some of these positions are reserved to students from countries
    outside the European Union, according to the guidelines of the
    Erasmus Mundus Programme
    (http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/mundus/).

    5. TUITION FEES

    The tuition fees for the Master's Programme are 4000 EUR per year.
    The tuition fee may be waived in part or totally depending on the
    financial sources available at the moment of the student's
    selection. Students will be provided with the facilities of the
    participating universities (library, computers, laboratories,
    Internet).

    6. SCHOLARSHIPS

    For the academic year 2005/06, 27 scholarships are offered for
    students from countries outside the European Union. The amount of
    the scholarship is 21.000 EUR per year. These scholarships are
    funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus Mundus
    programme (http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/mundus/).
    Some of these scholarships are reserved to students from specific
    Asian countries as specified in the Erasmus Mundus calls.
    In addition to these scholarships, a limited number of scholarships
    will be made available depending on the financial sources available
    at the time of student selection.

    7. HOW TO APPLY

    The application requires two steps: An on-line application (due by
    January 31st, 2005) and the hard-copy submission of documents (due
    by February 15th, 2005).

    Applicants will be notified about admission and whether they will be
    offered a scholarship by May 31st, 2005.

    The on-line applications should be made at the website
    http://www.eumi.unitn.it/eumi/application.html on or before January
    31st, 2005. Applicants are required to fill the on-line form and to
    provide the following documents electronically or by fax:
    – Photocopy of the applicant's identity card or passport
    (indicated as "Attachment 1")
    – A copy of the IELTS-certificate (with a minimum score of
    6.0) or the TOEFL certificate (with a minimum score of 550 (paper-
    based) or 213 (computer-based)) (indicated as "Attachment 2"). The
    TOEFL score report must not be older than January 2003. Applicants
    who are Nationals and/or first-degree-holders of Antigua&Barbuda,
    Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, English-speaking Canada,
    The Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, Republic of Ireland, Jamaica,
    Kiribati, Liberia, Mauritius, Micronesia, New Zealand, Nigeria,
    Papua New Guinea, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sierra
    Leone, Solomon Islands, Trinidad&Tobogo, United Kingdom, United
    States of America, Zambia or Zimbabwe do not have to submit language
    certificates.
    – A copy of all first degree academic certificates (indicated
    as "Attachment 3").
    – A translation of the degree certificates, made by an
    officially recognised translator in English, in case the original
    documents are not written in English, German, or Italian (indicated
    as "Attachment 4").
    – Copies of all transcripts or other academic records that
    give proof of the undergraduate studies including credits and grades
    achieved in each single subject (indicated as "Attachment 5").
    – A translation of the transcripts and records made by an
    officially recognized translator in English, in case the original
    documents are not written in English, German, or Italian (indicated
    as "Attachment 6").

    The attachments can be submitted either electronically, following
    the instructions provided at the website
    http://www.eumi.unitn.it/eumi/application.html, or by fax to the
    following number: +39 0461 88 2061. Documents submitted by fax
    should contain a clear indication of the student's application ID
    provided during the electronic submission of the application form
    and of the attachment number.

    Additionally, copies of the following documents must be sent by
    surface mail by February 15, 2005 to address:

    Judith Gordon
    Informatics Graduate School (EuMI)
    University of Edinburgh
    5 Forrest Hill
    Edinburgh EH1 2QL
    Scotland, UK

    – A signed copy of the application form previously made on-line
    – A photocopy of the applicant's identity card or passport
    (indicated as "Attachment 1")
    – A copy of IELTS or TOEFL certificate (indicated
    as "Attachment 2"). The TOEFL score report must not be older than
    January 2003. This document is not required for students who are
    not required to submit its electronic version.
    – A copy of all first degree academic certificates (indicated
    as "Attachment 3").
    – A translation of the degree certificates, made by an
    officially recognised translator in English, in case the original
    documents are not written in English, German, or Italian (indicated
    as "Attachment 4").
    – Two letters of recommendation from academic referees
    (indicated as "Attachment 7" and "Attachment 8"). Each
    recommendation letter must be sent in an envelope sealed and signed
    by the referee. It should be written preferably on the headed paper
    of the referees' institution, or with the official stamp of the
    referees' institution.
    All submitted documents should contain a clear indication of the
    student's application ID provided during the electronic submission
    of the application form and of the attachment number.

    Unreadable documents and attachments that do not contain the
    application ID number will not be considered. On-line applications
    which have not been completed by January 31st, 2005 will not be
    considered. Applications for which copies of the documents are not
    received by February 15th, 2005 will not be considered, even if sent
    on time. The "European Master in Informatics" does not accept
    responsibility for loss of applications through errors in the
    address as well as possible postal problems.

    8. ACADEMIC COMMITEE

    Marco Pistore, Director of the School, University of Trento
    Gerhard Lakemeyer, Local coordinator, RWTH Aachen University
    Michael Rovatsos, Local coordinator, University of Edinburgh
    Maurizio Marchese, Local coordinator, University of Trento
    Matthias Jarke, RWTH Aachen University
    Lynda Henderson, University of Edinburgh
    Fausto Giunchiglia, University of Trento

    9. IMPORTANT DATES

    - January 31st, 2005 Deadline for on-line application
    - February 15th, 2005 Deadline for surface mail
    application
    - May 31st, 2005 Notification of admission and of
    scholarship

    10. CONTACTS

    EuMi Consortium
    c/o DIT – Department of Informatics and Telecommunications
    Universitΰ degli Studi di Trento, 38100 Trento
    E-mail: info@eumi-school.org
    Fax: +39 0461 88 2061


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