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Apply now for the first intake of the JEMARO Master's Programme

Passionate about Robotics and AI? Applications are now open for JEMARO, the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree on Advanced Robotics co-coordinated by Centrale Nantes (France) and Keio University (Japan). Courses will be starting in Europe in September 2020.

from December 5, 2019 to January 31, 2020

This topnotch Master’s programme in Advanced Robotics has been selected under the European Programmes of Excellence: Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD).


JEMARO, Japan-Europe Master on Advanced Robotics, is designed and taught at a consortium of four major European and Japanese higher education institutions alongside academic and industrial partners.

Applications are now open for the first intake of students in Europe in September 2020. Students will choose between Centrale Nantes (France), University of Genoa (Italy) and Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) for their first year and will all attend Keio University (Japan) for their second year. Apply by 31 January to be considered for an attractive Erasmus Mundus or consortium scholarship.


More about JEMARO

JEMARO is the first joint Japan-Europe programme offering high-level academic and industrial training across the whole span of robotics (Mathematical modelling, Control engineering, Computer engineering, Mechanical design) with the technological specialisation of the associated industrial partners. All JEMARO course units are taught in English, and they are already mutually recognized by all the consortium partners within Local Master Tracks. All activities are organized and implemented on a common agreement basis and by integrating the educational rules differences/constraints between Japan and Europe.

Students graduating from the JEMARO Master's course are awarded two Master's degrees from the institutions where they studied. The degrees obtained are officially recognised and give full access to PhD study programmes.


Published on December 5, 2019 Updated on December 5, 2019