Participation fees to the NANOMED Master’s degree are covering the following items:
- Registration fees to each University of the consortium
- Participation to each module included in the curriculum (theoretical and practical courses)
- Welcome seminar / services
- Access to the all Universities facilities (library, laboratories, working spaces)
- Participation to one Summer School (Semester 2) and two workshops (Semester 2 and Semester 4)
- An international insurance complying with the requirements of the Erasmus + guidelines
Participation fees do not cover travelling and accommodation costs.
Recipients of an EMJMD scholarship will have the participation fees directly taken out of their grant. For students enrolled in the NANOMED curriculum not receiving an EMJMD scholarship, the participation fees are:
- 4500 € / year for Programme Country students
- 9000 € / year for Partner Country students
List of Countries considered as Programme countries by the European Commission:
- Member countries of the EU: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
- Other programme countries: Fyrom (former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey.
Consortium services offered to students.
Paris Descartes University has a long track record of welcoming international students. It coordinates a buddy programme based on a voluntary basis, which aims at building a community between local and international students. Becoming a buddy is an excellent opportunity to meet people from other cultures, to share experiences and to improve language skills.
Paris Descartes University also provides a 10-day intensive French and Civilization course called « SILC » (Stage intensif de langue française et de civilisation) in September and in January. During these welcome periods, incoming students are offered free French language and civilization courses. It is a great opportunity to be introduced to French culture.
The Mobility office regularly organizes meetings for new incoming students, and also a special meeting for Erasmus Mundus students. Paris Descartes University also bears the possibility to propose rooms in students’ residence halls with WIFI access to international exchange students within the framework of contracts signed with two institutions: the office of students services for Paris and Ile-de-France suburbs (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires) and the International University Campus of Paris which is only 2 metro stations far from the School of Pharmacy.
These initiatives have led the University to host, in 2013-2014, 6 000 students (on 39 000), amongst which 400 incoming exchange students, 450 outgoing exchange students. Paris Descartes is offering access to the new technologies of information to their students with a student webmail, open access multimedia room and also on-line work provided through the work numerical environment: schedules, shared documents, bibliography and lecture’s notes. The University also provides assistance for obtaining a visa, thanks to a specific liaison agent with the Prefecture.
At the School of Pharmacy, a detached agent of international affair services is available for helping foreign students for all administrative formalities (registration, bank account opening, etc.).
More information regarding students’ life in France can be fund in reading the reading the document below and at the following addresses: France Alumni
Regarding Patras University, it is important to consider that housing and overall life expenses are low-priced. In general, the University of Patras welcomes International students from all over the world through exchange programmes and helps them feel well adjusted within the University community. Patras University offers hosting in the dormitory for international students with WIFI access, or if not available for the specific time period, students will be assisted to find off-campus housing.
Erasmus Students Network (ESN) supports their integration in the Campus and the city of Patras. The University of Patras also provides help for administrative tasks (visa, bank account), Greek language and cultural courses to Erasmus incoming students. It participates in the Euraxess Services Network, aiming to provide customized assistance, information, and support to incoming researchers and their families who work (or plan to work) in Patras and in the broader region of Western Greece.
Pavia University has set a specific welcome desk for foreign students and visiting professors providing computer and WIFI access, housing assistance and a dedicated library. Pavia possesses a large capacity of student’s housing and restaurant services that can be accessed even for a short period of time. The University of Pavia also provides support for administrative tasks (residence permit–visa, bank account opening), language and cultural courses, welcome and assistance, sport and physical activity facilities, excursion opportunities to Erasmus incoming students. Prof. Carla Caramella was the former Head of the Erasmus programme at Pavia University and has thus a comprehensive overview and capability to welcome the students from the NANOMED Master.
The following links provide a general overview of Pavia University and services to students:
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS-WELCOME DAY
The University of Angers is well trained at welcoming international students (European and non-European). The International Office dedicates a great part of its activity in proposing support for accommodation, language training, and administrative formalities.
When students apply to the University, they have the possibility to book a room in one of the University residence hall. If a student cannot get a room in one of the halls of residence, a list of home and youth hostels will be disclosed by email. If the student prefers another type of accommodation, the Local Center for School and University Services will help to find a suitable accommodation. Four University restaurants are available 6 days/week on the campus, and WIFI is accessible on halls of residence and campus.
Upon their arrival, students will need to satisfy several requirements. The International Office and the exchanges programmes co-ordinators at the University of Angers will help students with this process by providing information on all administrative tasks that have to be accomplished (opening a bank account, administrative formalities for Health insurance, for residence permit–visa)…). In addition, free French Language courses are proposed during the semester: 3 hours per week during 10 weeks, which aims at teaching the student French language and French culture in and outside the classroom. Students can also participate to free French Culture courses and conversation workshop.
The International Office promotes also cultural, social and sport activities. It develops a strong collaboration with the different offices of the University involved in student life (like sport, culture, faculties, health support…) and also with local cultural partners (theatres, specialized libraries, cinemas…). To support this, thanks to a special agreement with some cultural venues allowing for reduced tickets prices, collaboration scholarships (library, sport, cinema, etc.) are available to the exchange students. It also organizes excursions on great places of France. 49 different sports and physical activities are offered at the University of Angers as well as a climbing wall, two gymnasiums and three specialised rooms for dance, physical training and martial arts are available to students who wish to practice these activities as part of their study programme. (vivre à Angers et Université d’Angers)
Insurance Paris Descartes University has negotiated a contract for comprehensive (medical and accident) insurance for all EMJMD students with a private agency specializing in mobility coverage (The cost of this insurance is covered by the participation fees paid to the coordinator by EMJMD students). The coordinator will proceed to a yearly global payment for all students to ensure adequate and equivalent coverage to all of them, independently of their registration location. The insurance will cover all relevant costs in all participating countries.