If I don't have a Computer Science degree should I apply?

The combination of your degree and work experience could make you eligible to apply for the MSc degree. However, you will need to make clear all of your programming and computer science related experience (exams results as part of your degree, courses taken as part of your work experience etc) on your application form. Please be aware that the demand for scholarships are high on this programme so it may be difficult to obtain a scholarship without a Computer Science degree. We are unable to give you any further information until we have received all scholarship applications.

What are the important dates I need to be aware of when applying for this programme?

Application Deadlines

     Student applications for each year will open during the previous September

     Student Scholarships: January 15th of each year

     Fee paying applications: June 30th of each year

     Scholar Teaching Scholarships: Rolling Call 2012-2017

Other Important Dates

* Acknowledgement of receipt of submission of application: 1 week (5 working days)

What scholarships are available?

We expect to award upto 16 scholarships per year for students participating in the Erasmus Mundus MSc in Dependable Software Systems. Some additional scholarships may be made available to students who are from specififc countries as nominated by the EACEA. Short term scholarships are also available to support scholars who wish to participate in teaching/research activities concerned with this programme.

Partner Country Students (Category A)

Who Should Apply?

Those who have an honours degree in Computer Science or a related discipline with an average grade of 60% (equivalent to a B, II.1, or assez bien) or above. Extensive industrial experience may be considered as equivalent to academic qualification although such applicants will normally be subject to interview.