Elie Nader, Chemical Engineering student at Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU), has been admitted to the Bioref European Master cohort of 2022–2024, via the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree (EMJMD) scholarship.
A prestigious two-year program, BioRef aims to fill the gap of trained specialists in the biorefinery industry. The degree is taught jointly by four universities: Cracow University of Technology, Poland; University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy; and University of Troyes and University of Lille in France.
The European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme awards the EMJMD scholarship to select candidates based on academic performance and motivation, ensuring that students receive specialized training that will aid their career prospects in their respective fields of study. The scholarship itself covers tuition fees, finances, travel, and living expenses
Elie’s own acceptance came within the top 20 applications out of 218, showcasing his dedication, ambition, and academic excellence. His achievement is a testament to the Chemical Engineering program at NDU; despite its establishment less than 5 years ago, it continues to deliver quality education to its students, preparing them to receive such rewarding opportunities.
Congratulations, Elie Nader! NDU wishes you the best in your studies, career, and future.