Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the EMJMD BeInPM is not accepting application for 2021-2022.
Applications for UGA’s Master 2 in BioHealth Engineering are welcome from the 1st of March and before the 30th of April 2021.
Scholarships available. Please write to timsitp@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr.

About the BeInPM programme

Be in Precision Medicine is an Erasmus Mundus European Programme selected and financed by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). BeInPM is a one-year, 60 ECTS credits, Master degree entirely taught in English. It is open to well-trained students who have completed a Bachelor degree or equivalent degree (240 ECTS), in a relevant field, and with a good command of the English language.

Students attend each of the two semesters at different Partner Universities. Students start the BeInPM programme with a very intensive Summer School, and finish it with a more entertaining one. Both are organised at the European Scientific Institute at Archamps (France, www.esi-archamps.eu). Upon completion, successful students will be awarded a prestigious Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD).


 
 

GOVERNANCE

The BeInPM programme is managed by 5 governance bodies:

CONSORTIUM COMMITTEE (CC)

It is in charge of all academic, organisational, administrative and financial issues. This committee defines the regulations of BeInPM and notably:
- it reviews the objectives and tasks laid down in the Consortium Agreement and sets its general direction;
- it manages the interuniversity Master programme, adapts the study programme, and defines the education procedure;


EDUCATION BOARD (EB)

The Education Board consists of one representative of each Partner University and the Coordinator. It is responsible for all matters related to the educational programme of the Master BeInPM, the selection of applicants, and awarding the diploma.

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD (IAB)

It advises the Consortium Committee on the set-up of the Master Programme and the relevance for the professional practice.


STUDENT COUNCIL (SC)

Its function is to advise the Consortium Committee on the organisation of the BeInPM Master Programme. The Student Council has regular contacts with the BeInPM Coordinator.

TECHNICAL SECRETARIAT (TS)

It manages all administrative aspects related to installation, registration, mobility, information to students. It provides the Consortium Committee with a financial and administrative handbook as guideline for all procedures to be followed by the consortium.