UNIC is delighted to announce that RePIC - our joint masters programme on ‘Redesigning the Post-Industrial City’ - has secured funding via the prestigious Erasmus+ Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters grant! The grant enables RePIC to fund scholarships for both European and non-European students, and to sharpen and sustain the programme’s ambitious offerings.
RePIC is a one-of-a-kind European Master of Science developed by 8 world-class universities within the scope of UNIC. It is a comprehensive 2-year study programme with 120 ECTS, fully delivered in English and with tailored mobility between the participating university campuses. This inter-disciplinary, multi-university programme recognizes and responds critically to issues of cities in different forms and stages of post-industrial transition and educate the next generation of specialists with the 21st century skills and knowledge needed to address the challenges and opportunities of cities in transition and superdiverse societies.
📝 RePIC will accept its first cohort in October 2023, and more details on the scholarship awards are forthcoming. Find out more about the programme here.
We look forward to welcoming many more students in the coming years.
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