Erasmus Mundus is a cooperation and mobility programme in the field of higher education.
- supports high quality European Master Programmes each of which is jointly run by a consortium of European universities and brings together students from Europe and across the world,
- offers prestigious scholarships to enable students from around the world to engage in postgraduate study on an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course in Europe.
Students coming to an Erasmus Mundus programme can find The International Office Induction information here:
- International Masters in Early Childhood Education (IMEC)
- European MSc Degree in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition (SEFOTECH.NUT)
- MSc in Food Innovation and Product Design (FIPDes)
International Masters in Early Childhood Education (IMEC)
IMEC is a two-year Erasmus Mundus international Masters Programme (120 ECTS) in Early Childhood Education and Care. All students will follow a common syllabus, spending at least one semester at all three partner institutions.
IMEC is offered in co-operation between Oslo University College (Norway), University of Malta(Malta), and Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland).
- To integrate research, professional development and policy at an advanced level within the field of early childhood education and care.
- To gain knowledge of the tension between general policy targets, the increasing diversity of family structures and the need to strengthen children's rights as citizens.
- To bridge the gap between quality provision and the lack of higher education and research within the field of early childhood education and care.
- To explore the increasing pressure on early education and care systems arising from socio-economic and socio-cultural transformations, to focus not only on educational institutions but on children's early learning in a broad variety of formal and informal learning contexts.
- To foster critical awareness of cultural and individual diversity from a political and professional perspective.
The students will be awarded a joint Masters Degree (120 ECTS), recognized by the three Consortium partners.
For further information and application procedures, please click here.
Erasmus Mundus funded European MSc in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition (DT 218)
DIT is part of a consortium, funded under the Erasmus Mundus II programme, offering a Two Year Joint European MSc in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition. This programme allows the student to study in DIT and also and in our partner institutes: Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven, in Gent, Belgium, Hochschule Anhalt in Germany and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal. In addition in Year 2 the student may study at the research centre of one our associate partner institutes in India, Mexico, China, Russia and the USA. A limited number of Erasmus Mundus II grants are available each year for both European and non-European students. For more information see our postgraduate admissions page and the administration website at www.sefotechnut.org .
Since 2005 DIT has been involved as a leading partner offering this Erasmus Mundus MSc programme. In 2010 the consortium was awarded a second round of funding (Erasmus Mundus II). The breadth of the International student population that have attended DIT as part of the Erasmus Mundus I and II programmes are highlighted in this pin map.
Degree Awarded: European Erasmus Mundus Degree of Masters in Science (Food Science, Technology and Nutrition) [MSc SEFOTECH] (unclassified) awarded jointly from Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven, in Gent, Belgium, Dublin Institute of Technology, Hochschule Anhalt in Germany and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal