The Erasmus Mundus committee has announced a European Master (MSc) scholarship in data mining for the year 2011-2012. The program aims at mastering students with the knowledge of Information technology for handling information, recorded in Datawarehouses or the Web.

The consortium is composed of six universities from four countries: France (University of Pierre and Marie Curie Paris 6, University of Lyon Lumière Lyon 2, Polytec’Nantes), Romania (University Polithenica of Bucharest), Italy (University of East Piedmont) and Spain (Technical University of Catalonia).

Admission requirements
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalen, 180 ECTS) in one of the fields of computer science, mathematics or statistics, as well as a good level of English (at least TOEFL 550 or equivalent). Admission is granted on the basis of a selection procedure. Classes are taught in English and the course is composed of 18 modules of about sixty hours each. The course runs over 4 semesters.

Documents required
The following documents will be necessary to apply for the Erasmus Mundus Master scholarships in Data Mining
Recent identity photo;
Copy of passport of other legal identification document;
List of marks obtained during the three-year bachelor course;
Syllabus or description of the courses taken in the fields of computer science, mathematics, and statistics in the three-year bachelor course;
Obtained certificates or diplomas in foreign languages;
A letter describing his/her interests in the field and motivations to enroll in the Master;
A CV including a list of previous work placements and professional experience;
Three referees' contacts (e-mail is preferable);
Proof of proficiency in English.

For further details on application process plese visit the scholarships link.

Note: The application deadline for the Erasmus Mundus Master scholarships in Data Mining is January every year.

Please mention on your application while applying for this scholarship.

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