The European Union provides an opportunity to pursue an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in Environmental Technologies for Contaminated Solids, Soils, and Sediments (ETeCoS3). The program aims to train students at a PhD level to develop environmental technologies, and promote networking in the field of environmental engineering between students of all nationalities. Tuition fees of 5,000 Euros will be paid per year for European Union students, and 6,000 Euros per year for non-European Union students.
Students must possess a Master's of Science in pure or applied sciences to apply. The call is open to students of all nationalities. English language competence is a requirement.