VLIR-UOS Master`s Scholarships Program 2010/11 Ghent University, Belgium
Open to: students who have a bachelor`s degree in exact or applied sciences of minimum three years
The programme of this Master following Bachelor is essentially structured around the following themes: basic study of non-polluted environments; sources and causes of environmental pollution; methodologies for detection and analysis of environmental pollution; prevention and abatement of environmental pollution; treatment of waste; clean technology and environmental toxicology including the methodologies for risk assessment.
The programme is open to students who have a bachelor`s degree in exact or applied sciences of minimum three years with good overall scores (at least a second class or equivalent, preferably higher) from a university or recognized equivalent. Adequate knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry at university level is an absolute requirement. Previous knowledge of biology, microbiology and/or soil science is an advantage but not a requisite. The candidate`s application file will be evaluated in all cases, independent of the diploma. The candidate must be proficient in English.
Scholarship Deadline: 1 February 2010
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