What is EIT and what master programmes does it offer?
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is an independent body created by the European Union, set up to boost business innovation across Europe. EIT programmes are developed and delivered by consortia of leading universities, research centres, and businesses across Europe. They aim to provide a unique and interdisciplinary learning experience. These learning programmes foster a creative, innovative and entrepreneurial approach to study.
EIT master programmes focus on topics such as
- raw materials
- urban mobility
Who is eligible and what are the benefits?
The EIT master programmes are open to students from all over the world who hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent. They are particularly suited to those who are passionate about making a difference and want to be part of a community of like-minded individuals.
By enrolling in an EIT master programme, students gain access to a range of benefits, including:
- a unique learning experience
- exposure to cutting-edge research and technology
- opportunities to connect with industry leaders and entrepreneurs
To apply for an EIT master programme, students must first choose the programme they wish to study and apply directly to the relevant consortium. Each consortium has its own admission criteria and application process, so it is important to check the details carefully.
The courses are located at various universities and research centres across Europe, with each consortium offering a unique blend of online and on-site learning. Students can expect to spend time at different locations throughout their studies, giving them the chance to experience different cultures and to connect with a diverse community of students and professionals.