MEME is a two-year research-oriented master programme for talented and motivated students who are interested in understanding evolution in all its facets. It is a joint project between four European universities (University of Groningen, Netherlands; Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Germany; Uppsala University, Sweden; University of Montpellier 2, France) and Harvard University (USA). Students start their studies with a semester in either Groningen or Uppsala, and then move to either Montpellier or Munich for their second semester. In the third and fourth semesters, students can choose the partner university at which to carry out their individual research projects. Upon completion of the programme, students are awarded a double degree from two partner universities.
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Four European universities have joined forces with Harvard University (USA) as an associated partner. MEME offers students the opportunity to compose an individual study programme in evolutionary biology by combining elements from the complementary programmes at the partner universities.
The European Commission will grant a number of scholarships to highly qualified students to participate in the MEME programme. Scholarships are typically awarded to those students who were ranked highest during the selection procedure.
Students who successfully complete the MEME programme receive degrees from two of the European partner universities. MEME strives for issuing a joint degree in the future.
Last update on 04/03/2015