European Master of Science in Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies 24 months Postgraduate Program By KU Leuven |Top Universities

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Electrical and Electronic

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

European Master of Science in Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP)

This two-year Erasmus Mundus programme provides a multidisciplinary and innovative programme covering the interactions between Radiation and MicroElectronics and Photonics, two Key Enabling Technologies for the future of Europe.

About the programme

The European Master in Radiation and its effects on MicroElectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP) provides a multidisciplinary and innovative programme covering the interactions between Radiation and MicroElectronics and Photonics, two Key Enabling Technologies for the future of Europe. RADMEP's objective is to educate students in those advanced technologies, providing methodologies and introducing practical applications for their implementation in a variety of natural or man-made radiation-rich environments. RADMEP has two goals: first to improve the career prospects of its students and second to respond to the needs of the industry, agencies and society. Thanks to this Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree, students will develop useful professional and soft skills in the rich European cultural context.

All RADMEP students will start their studies in semester 1 at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland), ​​before moving to KU Leuven Geel Campus (Belgium) in semester 2. They will obtain fundamental knowledge and experience in MicroElectronics and Photonics and  their behavior under irradiation.

In the third semester, RADMEP students will have to make a choice between two different specialisations: Radiation Effects on Photonics Technologies at Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne (France), or Radiation Effects on MicroElectronics at Université de Montpellier (France).  Finally, in the last semester, students will undertake a 6-month master's thesis in a research centre or in the industry (for example from the large RADMEP network of more than 35 associate partners).

Unique European programme

The European Master in Radiation and its effects on MicroElectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP) is a prestigious, integrated, international study programme, jointly delivered by an international consortium of four higher education institutions: University of Jyväskylä, (Finland), KU Leuven (Belgium), Université Saint-Etienne (France) and Université de Montpellier (France).

Career perspectives

European Master of Science in Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies graduates will find broad employment opportunities in various sectors including radiation, photonics and microelectronics.

Graduates will meet the growing demands of the industry, agencies and society across the globe. They will develop useful professional and soft skills in the rich European cultural context and have improved career prospects.

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Electrical and Electronic

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

European Master of Science in Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP)

This two-year Erasmus Mundus programme provides a multidisciplinary and innovative programme covering the interactions between Radiation and MicroElectronics and Photonics, two Key Enabling Technologies for the future of Europe.

About the programme

The European Master in Radiation and its effects on MicroElectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP) provides a multidisciplinary and innovative programme covering the interactions between Radiation and MicroElectronics and Photonics, two Key Enabling Technologies for the future of Europe. RADMEP's objective is to educate students in those advanced technologies, providing methodologies and introducing practical applications for their implementation in a variety of natural or man-made radiation-rich environments. RADMEP has two goals: first to improve the career prospects of its students and second to respond to the needs of the industry, agencies and society. Thanks to this Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree, students will develop useful professional and soft skills in the rich European cultural context.

All RADMEP students will start their studies in semester 1 at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland), ​​before moving to KU Leuven Geel Campus (Belgium) in semester 2. They will obtain fundamental knowledge and experience in MicroElectronics and Photonics and  their behavior under irradiation.

In the third semester, RADMEP students will have to make a choice between two different specialisations: Radiation Effects on Photonics Technologies at Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne (France), or Radiation Effects on MicroElectronics at Université de Montpellier (France).  Finally, in the last semester, students will undertake a 6-month master's thesis in a research centre or in the industry (for example from the large RADMEP network of more than 35 associate partners).

Unique European programme

The European Master in Radiation and its effects on MicroElectronics and Photonics Technologies (RADMEP) is a prestigious, integrated, international study programme, jointly delivered by an international consortium of four higher education institutions: University of Jyväskylä, (Finland), KU Leuven (Belgium), Université Saint-Etienne (France) and Université de Montpellier (France).

Career perspectives

European Master of Science in Radiation and its Effects on Microelectronics and Photonics Technologies graduates will find broad employment opportunities in various sectors including radiation, photonics and microelectronics.

Graduates will meet the growing demands of the industry, agencies and society across the globe. They will develop useful professional and soft skills in the rich European cultural context and have improved career prospects.

Admission requirements

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Admission criteria

  • Applicants must hold a bachelor of science (or any nationally recognized first cycle degree equivalent to 180 ECTS), preferably in the fields of microelectronics, photonics and physics. (While this condition must necessarily be fulfilled at the time of enrollment, the consortium accepts applications from students in the last year of their higher education degree);
  • Applicants must possess a solid academic background in the general fields of physics, photonics, semi-conductor physics and microeletronics.
For the most recent – and only official – information on the admission requirements, please check our webpage.

Student profile

  • Are you interested in Radiation, Photonics, MicroElectronics and Chip Design?
  • Do you have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in the fields of Physics, Photonics or MicroElectronics?
  • Are you ready to study in a real international environment and to get to know the European cultural contexts?
If so, this master’s programme is right for you.

2 Years
Sep

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

4,500 EUR
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International Students

9,000 EUR
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