To be eligible, it is necessary to have a Bachelor degree, that is to say at least 3 years full time in an Higher Education Institution. In European standards, it is equivalent to 180 ECTS (1 ECTS = 1 point in the European Credit Transfer System).
More specifically, it is required to have at least a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Engineering degree or equivalent.
Degrees of Bachelor of Technology are not accepted. However, if you have a Bachelor of Technology, and, in addition, a Master of Science or an Engineer degree, then you are eligible. In this case, once declared eligible, both degrees (undergraduate and graduate) will be evaluated at the same level, that is to say with the same importance.
If you are currently studying in a Bachelor of Science programme and do not have yet a degree, you can still apply.
To be eligible, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) needs to be equal to or better than 75% of the grading scale maximum.
Your scientific background must be aligned with the MULTIPHASE master so that you can follow smoothly the lectures. This alignment is an eligibility as well as an evaluation criterion.
Most of the time, your scientific background is well adapted if your degree is in Chemical Engineering.
However, since the MULTIPHASE content is interdisciplinary by nature, students having different backgrounds may also apply. In particular, the following degrees are likely to be accepted: Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Computational Engineering and Civil Engineering.
During the application process, you will be asked to fill in a form to demonstrate that the courses that you have followed so far put you in a position to follow the MULTIPHASE courses with major difficulties. More details can be found in the Application Manual (see Useful Links in the footer).
Your Bachelor degree must have been awarded by a University listed in:
or by a University ranked in:
In the case your university is not in these lists, you should provide a proof of quality about your university. Such a quality proof might be an educational agreement with one of the universities in the consortium, an external ranking (not elaborated by your university and of undoubtedly reliability), an URL, .... The consortium will evaluate each case and communicate as soon as possible if the university is accepted in the list.
To be eligible, it is required to have a minimum level equivalent to a strong B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) scale. To prove that you have this level, three options are possible:
Only five tests are accepted. The minimum score to get in order to be eligible are :
More details are given in the Application Guide (see Useful Links in the footer)