Fees & scholarships

Programme costs

All programme costs cover the institutional tuition fees, insurance and participation in all teaching activities of the programme, including lab courses, excursions, and MSc research project.

For European Students (EU, European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland) the programme participation costs are EUR 6,000/year.

For Non- European nationalities the cost is set at EUR 12,000/year.


There are two types of scholarships available for the SINReM Master Programme.

ERASMUS scholarships (EMJMD scholarship) full scholarship up to EUR 49,000 for all nationalities.
EIT AVSA scholarships, partial scholarships of EUR 13,500 (all nationalities) with a possibility to obtain also a partial tuition fee waiver down to EUR 2,000/year for EU students.

For the 2020 intake:

  • 20 Scholarships are available for non-EU students
  • 6 Scholarships are available for EU students
  • 15 AVSA scholarships and a number of partial tuition fee waivers (to be defined by the SINReM Board) are available

The scholarships are awarded by the SINReM Selection Committee after its meeting on 26th March 2020, based upon the strength of the academic profile and motivation. The selection results will be communicated during the days after this meeting.

ERASMUS scholarships (EMJMD)

The EMJMD scholarship is a full scholarship that covers the tuition fees, the monthly allowance and travel costs up to a total of EUR 49,000 for the full 2-year master programme. The tuition fee is automatically paid from the scholarship.

The student receives EUR 1,000/month allowance as support for housing and general subsistence (food, rent & leisure). Please note that EU students do not receive this monthly allowance when staying in their home country.

A further travel allowance of up to EUR 3,000/year (EU students:1000/year) and a final installation contribution of EUR 1,000 one off payment (only for non-EU students) is also provided.

All nationalities can apply.

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