An academic and administrative representative for the Dual Master’s Degree tracks is present at each institution. He/she is responsible to provide advisory, academic and administrative services to selected students.
Prerequisites for the mobility include that the student has successfully completed a sufficient number of credits at the entry partner institution. During the mobility, students are responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during their stay, including accommodation, equipment, consumables, health and travel insurance, third party liability insurance, student union fee where applicable.
Student enhancement allowance: students will receive an enhancement allowance to complete their master studies. The payment is done in several installments.
Living costs: students are responsible for covering living costs during their stay, including accommodation, equipment, consumables, health and travel insurance, third party liability insurance, student union fee where applicable.
Accommodation: Each partner institution will render assistance to incoming students in finding appropriate accommodation for the duration of their studies at the institution.
Scholarships: Because of the fact that the SUMA master programmes are EIT Labeled, the EIT RawMaterials is able to support students with a travel allowance and student scholarship. Final amounts may vary but are approx. 2250 euro travel allowance and 4500 euro scholarship per year.
Some universities may be able to offer tuition waivers or reduced fees to non-EEA students. The tuition fees for the academic year 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 are estimated as follows: