The applications to the EIT Manufacturing Master School are open all year round but the admissions are done twice a year:
In January only the applications received by Mid of December are evaluated.
In June only the applications received by end of May are evaluated.
The applications will be reviewed and accepted by the EITM Master School Management team, made by the EITM Master School Head, the Programmes Lead and the Local Programmes coordinators.
The receipt or acceptance of any accession requests are based on the capability of applicant university to enter a double degree program with at least one of the Partner Universities and in running the Master School Programme according to the EIT Label Overarching Learning Outcomes. Any motivation for rejection is based on objective, neutral and transparent arguments.
- The evaluation response is given within two months from each of the Master School Management team meeting and its evaluation results. The accepted new university partner join the next application window in November for the following year intake.
- The applicant may appeal an objection to the EIT Manufacturing Board by one month from the rejection communication.
In case of new programmes, if the programme fails to obtain the EIT Label, the programme will be discontinued and it won’t be further funded by EITM. The university can continue to be part of the EIT Manufacturing Master School, but not eligible to receive any funding for that specific programme.
It is responsibility of the university partners participating to the new programme and to its Programme lead to provide all the needed information to EITM Master School to submit the EIT accreditation request.