Erasmus Mundus Master in Membrane Engineering

Membrane Engineering for a Sustainable World

Erasmus Mundus Master in Membrane Engineering
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Support to study membrane engineering

I'm raising £44,000 to study a master degree in membrane engineering, this field will help to develop new technologies that will make industrial processes more environmentally friendly, and this will help us all of us.

This is the link of the master program Erasmus Mundus in Membrane Engineering for a Sustainable World

I am already accepted in the master degree, but I need pay fees and get enough money to live for two years, here is my admission letter:

Who am I?

I am a Chemical Engineer with a Bachelor of Engineering Science from University of Magallanes, where I am currently working as an Instructor in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

My story

I work as an Instructor (teacher) in the Department of Chemical Engineering, we are the most important institution in the whole Patagonia. Energy and Environment is one of the lines of research of this department, and membrane engineering fits perfectly with this lineI. I am deeply interested in the improvement of industrial processes, reuse of water, develop of H2 as energetic vector or CO2 capture and storage to prevent massive scale air or water pollution.

This field (Membrane Engineering) is important to me due to how more we learn about new ways to prevent pollution we have more chances to stop global warming and more chances to left a better world for our children.

We must support all efforts to stop global warming and help to industries to change their processes and make it more environmentally friendly.

Where will the money go?

  • If I hit my minimum I will pay fees (£14300) and £21,400 for living costs and visa costs for the two years program.
  • If I hit my full target I will pay fees (£14300) and £21,400 for living costs and visa costs for the two years program, flight tickets from Punta Arenas (Chile) to Montpellier (France) (£1780) and health insurance for two years (£890).
  • If I hit more than my target I will save the money to pay my PhD program.
  • I will give updates of my progress at the end of each semester.

Rewards

I do not have anything to give, but I promise study hard, work to improve my knowledge to reuse of water, the developing of H2 as energetic vector or CO2 capture and storage to prevent massive scale air or water pollution, because how more we learn about new ways to prevent pollution we have more chances to stop global warming and more chances to left a better world for our children. Besides I promise mention the financial support that I could received through hubbub.org in acknowledgments section of my master thesis.

What I want to avoid

Find me here

https://www.linkedin.com/in/iván-navarro-41751189/