Joint programmes

Joint degree

The European Master Medical Technology and Healthcare Business (EMMaH) is is a two-year (120 ECTS credits), English-taught, joint degree of excellence, focusing on the education of tomorrow’s leading professionals in technical and organizational health care solutions awarded by ILIS in partnership with 2 higher education institutions in Germany and Portugal.

http://ilis.univ-lille2.fr/formations-et-debouches/nos-formations/master-ingenierie-de-la-sante/international-master-emmah-european-master-of-medical-technology-and-healthcare-business/

Erasmus Mundus programme

Erasmus Mundus is a programme that aims to improve the quality of European higher education and strengthen intercultural understanding.

The University of Lille coordinates 2 Erasmus Mundus joint master degrees

  • Erasmus Mundus MITRA: "intercultural mediation: identities, mobilities, conflicts"
  • Advanced spectroscopy in chemistry (ASC)

5 European universities, ASC partners since 2005, have been working together to design and implement a joint master course in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry:

  • University Alma Mater of Bologna, Italy
  • University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Poland
  • University of Leipzig, Germany
  • the University of Lille, France (Coordinating institution)

This European master’s course has been funded and awarded the Erasmus Mundus label by the European Commission twice for the periods 2008-2014 and currently for 2015-2020 and is now highly recognized. The program includes a mandatory mobility within the ASC consortium and is taught in English in all universities.

Its large academic and industrial network merges its state of the art equipment and expertise to offer international students a high quality education program covering the application of spectroscopic techniques to chemistry in a broad sense, leading to careers in chemical analysis and characterization of the structure of materials in the fields of molecular synthesis, biology, nanotechnologies, modeling, pharmacy, green chemistry, materials, and sustainable energies.

The University of Lille is also a partner of this Erasmus Mundus joint master degree

  • Economics of globalisation and european integration  (EGEI)

The objective of the EMJMD EGEI is to develop competences in the core subjects of the programme for European and non-European economics students.Students of the programme benefit from an increased awareness of the place of the European Union (EU) in the world economy in general, and of its role in worldwide globalisation and international trade in particular.