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Scholarship info

–The Scholarships are open to students coming from Europe or from outside Europe, always provided that they follow the mobility rules stated below.

–You can chose to do the first year in any of the nine degree-awarding universities (Partners), the second year will consist in common courses and a research period to do the master thesis that can be done in any of the 41 members of the consortium (patners + associated partners ), always provided that you follow the mobility rules.

–Irrespectively of the university chosen in the first year, at the end of the master you will obtain a Master Degree Title recognised and signed by the nine degree-awarding universities.

–Please be aware that for all the mobility rules it counts your nationality and the country where you are living at the time of applying for the scholarship. According to this, the scholarships offered are divided as: Partner Country and Programme Country scholarships.

–To follow the TCCM master is not necessary to get an Erasmus Mundus Master’s scholarships. Self-funded students and students applying to other grants are also welcome to join the TCCM master. All students applying for the Erasmus Mundus Master’s scholarships will be informed of other possibilities of finance.

–If you are eligible for any other kind of finance (home country programmes, private foundations…) do not hesitate to contact us.


The TCCM study programme must take place in at least two of the Programme Countries represented in the consortium. For each of the mandatory study periods in those countries, students will have to acquire at least 30 ECTS credits. Mobility periods cannot be replaced by virtual mobility nor can they take place in institutions outside the consortium. The minimum number of Programme Countries to be visited during TCCM activities applies to all enrolled students.

Additional study periods (research /placement /thesis preparation) can take place in other participating organisations from Programme or Partner Countries (partners, associated partners and affiliated entities), under the condition that the activities concerned are implemented under the direct supervision of one of the consortium partner HEI.


The requirements to be accepted in the TCCM Master are:

  • Bachelor in Chemistry, Physics or Material Science [1] or any equivalent level if authorized by the legislation of the corresponding European Country. Other scientific bachelors can be accepted, provided the student takes complementary levelling courses, under the supervision of his/her local Tutor.
  • Internationally recognized English proficiency certificate equivalent to a iBT TOEFL score of, at least, 87 points, an  IELTS score of at least 6,5, First Cambridge Certificate or B2 (In case you have completed your degree in English, you do not need a level certificate, only that you attach a document from your university at the time of application.)

The same criteria apply to students coming from European and from third countries. For students coming from third countries or having a Bachelor different from those mentioned above, the possession of the following (or equivalent) subjects at the level of the Chemistry Eurobachelor needs to be certified:

Chemical Bonding, Atomic and Molecular Structure and Intermolecular Interactions, General Physics, Mathematics, General Physical Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Kinetics, Spectroscopy.

Some deficiencies may be remedied through the levelling course. However, if there are deficiencies in more than two of the aforementioned areas, the applicant will not be accepted.

[1] Students in the last year of any of these Bachelor studies can apply. However, they will be definitely accepted only if they successfully finish their Bachelor studies before the 1st of September of the Academic Year in which they wish to start the Master Courses.


The steps of the selection process are the following:

  1. Upload all the info and documents in the application.
  2. After deadline, the International Committee scores the applications according with the background, merits, etc.
  3. They make a list with the scores, from the highest to the lowest score.
  4. From this list, the aspirants are selected for the scholarships.Their referees, if it´s necessary, are contacted to record more information about the corresponding aspirant.
  5. The selected aspirants for the scholarships are contacted in order to make an appointment for a meeting through skype, phone or by other means.


Programme Countries

The following countries, including the Overseas Countries and Territories of EU Member State countries, can fully take part in all Erasmus+ actions:

Member States of the European Union (EU)
Czech RepublicFranceHungarySlovenia
IrelandLatviaPolandUnited Kingdom
Non-EU Programme Countries
Republic of North MacedoniaIcelandNorway

Partner Countries

All students from other countries around the world are invited to participate in the Partner category.