University of Cambridge, England
Supported by the European Union, the exchange program Erasmus offers one student of process engineering to write his master's thesis at the University of Cambridge at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology.
Since it was founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge is considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in the world. University members in total received more than 90 Nobel prices, thus having more Nobel laureates than any other university in the world.
Also the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology reaches every year a leading position in university Rankings and offers many opportunities to gain insight into different areas of process engineering.
Deadlines for this program
- 15 of April (application is valid for the summer semester of the following year)
Please submit your application via email (email@example.com). The following documents are required (one pdf file):
- Letter of motivation (English, 2 pages)
- CV (English)
- Overview of grades
- Reference letters (no formal requirements)
- High school graduation diploma
At the University of Cambridge the students will be supervised by Prof. Alexei Lapkin.