AGH, Poland

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    Winter semester: 1 October – 15 October

    Summer semester: 1 March – 20 March

  • When do the classes start?

    Classes start 1st October. Students are advised to arrive a week before the classes start

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    Winter semester: preferably by 1 October (up to 20 October latest – after getting Programme Director’s approval)

    Summer semester: 25 February (up to 20 March – latest after getting Programme Director’s approval)

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    BSc degree dipoma and ToR (legalised or apolstilled) have to be delivered before issuing the admission letter (at least as the pdf format via e-mail).

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Via post and via e-mail (the same with information for Pl embassies, they are also send by post and e-mail).

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    Student book – ca. 2.00 Euro, ID card – ca. 4.00 Euro, Diploma – ca. 25.00 Euro

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    Basic information on for international students – AGH University of Science and Technology:

    1. Discover AGH University of Science and Technology: https://www.international.agh.edu.pl/eng/centre-for-international-students/

    2. ‘Welcome to AGH UST’! – mobile application: https://welcome.agh.edu.pl/en

    3. International students FAQ: https://www.international.agh.edu.pl/eng/centre-for-international-students/faq/

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    Ewa Figórska

    Senior specialist EIT InnoEnergy

    Energy Transition Master Programme

    AGH University of Science and Technology

    Faculty of Energy and Fuels

    1. Mickiewicza Av. 30

    30-059 Kraków, Poland

    phone: +48 617 20 81

    e-mail: figorska@agh.edu.pl

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you have physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in February 2019 for students starting in March and in  June 2019 for students starting in September. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

SUT , Poland

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    The welcome activities will start at two different dates, depending on your application round:

    Round 0 – 25.02.2019.

    Round 1 and Round 2 –  1.10.2019

  • When do the classes start?

    Classes start 1st October. Students are advised to arrive a week before the classes start

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    We are aware that for some students, arriving to Poland on time might be difficult. In case of your late arrival to Poland, please contact our students assistant to let them know.

    The university will wait for approximately 2 weeks after classes start for your arrival.

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    1 month after the semester start date.

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Via e-mail and regular mail after receiving apostilled documents from the student

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    Students ID card – 17 PLN = ca. 4 Euros

    Diploma – 100 PLN = ca. 25 Euros

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    joanna.mehlich@polsl.pl; katarzyna.piecha@polsl.pl

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in February 2019 for students starting in March and in  June 2019 for students starting in September. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

KIT, Germany

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    14 – 18 October

  • When do the classes start?

    15 October

  • Link to the Academic calendar

    https://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3157.php

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    October 31, but only in special cases (due to visa problems)

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    Within the first year of the MSc

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Local admission letter will be sent via email (both IST and KIT)

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    ca. 150 Euro/semester

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    https://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3176.php

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    Dr.-Ing. Florian Bauer, Coordination MSc ENTECH

    +49 721 9819 98 19
    florian.bauer@kic-innoenergy.com

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

IST, Portugal (MSc ENTECH Energy Technologies)

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    6.09.2019 (InnoEnergy Welcome Day)


  • When do the classes start?

    Classes are scheduled to start on September 16th and students are recommended to arrive for the InnoEnergy Welcome Day.

    The Crash Course on Entrepreneurship in Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics will take place between September 6th-14th (confirmation pending).

    Further information will be made available at a later date.

  • Link to the Academic calendar

    Preliminary calendar in Portuguese:  https://conselhopedagogico.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/files/sites/32/calendario_19-20.pdf

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    September 6th (InnoEnergy Welcome Day).

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    30th September

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Local admission letters will be sent via email. If you need an original version of the admission letter, it will be sent via regular mail upon request.

    Students requiring visas will receive all the relevant information with the IST admission letter. You will receive an IST “Student Guide” prior to your arrival.

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    School insurance: mandatory for all students at IST. Costs <2.00 euros (Attention: This is not a health insurance).

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    https://tecnico.ulisboa.pt/en/campus-life/

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    Your contact will be Florian Bauer (ENTECH Coordinator). You will receive a ‘Rough guide to your studies’ when they have definitely committed to the programme. For university related issues they will get separate contacts.

    Student Mentoring team: Each current intake student ‘buddies’ a new student as soon as they are admitted to the programme.

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

     

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

IST, Portugal (all programme, except MSc ENTECH)

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    6.09.2019 (InnoEnergy Welcome Day)


  • When do the classes start?

    Classes are scheduled to start on September 16th and students are recommended to arrive for the InnoEnergy Welcome Day.

    If applicable to your programme, the Crash Course on Entrepreneurship in Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics will take place between September 6th-14th (confirmation pending).

    Further information will be made available at a later date.

  • Link to the Academic calendar

    Preliminary calendar in Portuguese: https://conselhopedagogico.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/files/sites/32/calendario_19-20.pdf

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    September 6th (InnoEnergy Welcome Day).

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    30th September

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Local admission letters will be sent via email. If you need an original version of the admission letter, it will be sent via regular mail upon request.

    Students requiring visas will receive all the relevant information with the IST admission letter. You will receive an IST “Student Guide” prior to your arrival.

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    School insurance: mandatory for all students at IST. Costs <2.00 euros (Attention: This is not a health insurance).

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    https://tecnico.ulisboa.pt/en/campus-life/

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    Rossela Leitão from the IST mobility office:
    rossela.leitao@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

     

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

KTH, Sweden

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    12 August:

    Arrival and introduction

    Arrival days

    Introduction programme

  • When do the classes start?

    Classes start on Monday 26 August.

    We recommend students to arrive in the last week of August, to settle in and take part of introduction activities before classes start.

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    26 August

  • Where is the Academic calendar?

    Academic calendar

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    Students that did not send certified copies of their final degree certificate to InnoEnergy Admissions Office should bring their original documents with them to Sweden. Please contact KTH admissions office to book an appointment. For appointment and further information please contact admissions@kth.se

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • When will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Admission letters will be sent by KTH admissons office as pdf-document via e-mail.​

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    No.

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    https://www.kth.se/en/student/newatkth

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    https://www.kth.se/en/student/newatkth/degree-programme-stu/got-any-questions-1.705308

    E-mail: info@kth.se

  • When do I receive the first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    the remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

UPC, Spain

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    First week of September (temptative)

  • When do the classes start?

    Classes – 17th of September

  • What do I need to take with me to the university to register?

    Important information (for next academic year 2019-2020)

    The admission to the master’s degree is conditioned to the accomplishment to the legal requirements and to delivery of the following documentation at their arrival at the ETSEIB.

    Students have to deliver the following documentation at their arrival at the UPC :

    –  Original and photocopy ID or passport number

    Original and photocopy (or certified copy)  Diploma and homologation of the qualification entitling the applicant to enrol in the master’s degree course. If the qualification is NOT homologated, the applicant must include a document made by the university that must show that the course in question had a duration of, at least, three years and that the resulting qualification entitles the holder to pursue postgraduate studies (master’s degree courses) in the issuing country (original and copy).

    – Original and photocopy (or certified copy) Official academic transcript (signed and stamped) detailing the courses, the qualification and number of credits/hours of each one. This certificate has to contain information about the evaluation system (original and copy)

    – Original and photocopy (or certified copy) Proof of English proficiency

    –  Health and travel insurance during the studies (this insurance has to cover medical assistance, accident coverage, repatriation coverage, civil responsibility…).

    – CV or résumé

    Only for second-year students: original and photocopy (or certified photocopy) academic certificate of the first-year university.

    All documents issued outside the European Higher Education Area countries must be legalized by the diplomatic channels or bearing the corresponding apostille. They have to be delivered with official translations into Spanish, English or Catalan. Without this required documentation, students cannot start their studies at the UPC.

    Legalisation of documents issued outside Spain

    The process of legalising documents issued outside Spain is subject to different conditions depending on the issuing country:

    For documents issued in member countries of the European Union and signatory countries to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, no legalization is required. Similarly, documents issued in Switzerland do not require legalization by virtue of a bilateral agreement with the European Union.

    For documents issued in signatory countries to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, the single legalization or apostille issued by the country’s competent authorities is sufficient.

    Documents issued in signatory countries to the Andrés Bello Agreement must be legalized by diplomatic services. Documents should be submitted to:

    – The Ministry of Education in the country of origin in the case of degree certificates and academic transcripts, and the corresponding ministry in the case of birth and nationality certificates.
    -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country in which the documents were issued.
    -The Spanish embassy or consulate in the country in which the documents were issued.
    If the country is also a signatory of the Hague Convention, the procedure outlined for those countries may be followed, as it is more straightforward.

    Documents issued in the remaining countries: legalization by the corresponding diplomatic service. To do so, the documents should be submitted to:

    – The Ministry of Education in the country of origin in the case of degree certificates and academic     transcripts, and the corresponding ministry in the case of birth and nationality certificates.
    -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country in which the documents were issued.
    – The Spanish embassy or consulate in the country in which the documents were issued.

    If the documents have been issued by the embassies or consulates of other countries in Spain, they must also be legalised by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

    Translation of documents issued outside Spain

    Regulations governing administrative procedures require foreign documents to be accompanied by official translations into Spanish or Catalan. Official translations may be carried out by:

    1. A sworn translator registered in Spain.
    2. The Spanish embassy or consulate in the foreign country.
    3. The embassy or consulate in Spain of the foreign country of which the applicant is a citizen or the foreign country that has issued the document.
    4. A sworn translator working in a foreign country whose signature has been duly legalised.
  • Link to the Academic calendar

    https://etseib.upc.edu/ca/estudis/calendaris/documents_calendari/calendaris-academics/calendari_master.pdf/view

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    6 th September (enrollment day)

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    6th September (before the enrollment)

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Local admission letter will be sent via e-mail

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    No

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    https://www.upc.edu/sri/en/students/students-mobility-office

    https://etseib.upc.edu/en/Academic%20programmes/academic-procedures

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    masters.etseib@upc.edu

  • When do I receive the first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you are physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I obtain the degree certificate of UPC upon completion of the programme?

    Students can request their personal academic certificate via e-Secretaria, section Certificates.

    https://prisma-nou.upc.edu/apl/home_estudiants.php

    Students have to request the Degree certificate:

    If the student is in Barcelona

    It is important to request the degree certificate at the SIAE, before leaving UPC. This will expedite the process. The student must come to the SIAE to check the personal details and sign the request document. The personal details have to be those who appear in the identity card.

    If the student is not in Barcelona:

    Student has to ask for the degree certificate via Demana, introducing his student profile.

    https://demana.upc.edu/etseib/?&lang=en_us

    The cost of the Certificates and Degree certificate has to be assumed by the student

  • Can you help me with accommodation?

    Master’s students can check following accommodation options in the following link:

    https://www.upc.edu/sri/en/students/students-mobility-office/incomings/prepare-your-trip/accommodation

  • Is health insurance covered by the programme?

    Health insurance is not covered by the programme. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure he or she has appropriate health insurance during the studies. This insurance has to cover: health assistance, accident, repatriation and civil responsibility. At your arrival at the ETSEIB it is mandatory to deliver a copy of this insurance.

  • What do I need to do to prepare my student visa for Spain?

    The admission is also conditioned to get the student’s visa.

    Non-EU citizens who want to study in Spain must contact with the Spanish Embassy or Consulate in their origin country or in their country of residence where will receive the first information about the visa. If, in the process of gathering the documents to obtain the Spanish student visa they have any doubts, they can contact the International Students Office of UPC Barcelona Tech.

    Please contact the Spanish Embassy or Consulate as soon as possible. Bear in mind that the process of obtaining the Spanish student visa can take 2 or 3 months.

    https://www.upc.edu/sri/en/students/students-mobility-office/incomings/prepare-your-trip/visa-for-non-eu-students

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

KU Leuven, Belgium

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    Arrival dates + welcome activities

  • When do the classes start?

    The academic year 2019-2020 starts on 23 September.

    Please arrive at least one week before that date.

  • Link to the Academic calendar

    Calendar  (EN version not yet online)

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    9 October

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    At the time of their enrolment. (exceptions can be discussed ad hoc)

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organization in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    The admission letter will be sent by KU Leuven as PDF via email to the student and (if applicable) to the Belgian embassy where he/she will apply for visa.

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    The only obligatory fee will be EUR 10.00 for third-party liability insurance for non-EEA students. Optional fees include EUR 25.00 for a bus pass for the whole year, EUR 27.00 for access to all sports facilities, EUR 20.00 for discount/free access on cultural activities.

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    http://www.kuleuven.be/english/admissions/Leuven

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    bert.willems@kuleuven.be

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

    If you have questions about the registration fee or participation fee payment, please contact finance@ise-foundation.com

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    At the end of May, you will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

  • When and how do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    At the end of May, you will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com

École Polytechnique, France

  • When do the welcome activities start?

    First week of September

  • When do the classes start?

    Third week of September. Monday September 16, 2019

  • When is the last date that I need to be at the university?

    Welcoming day 3rd of September.

  • When is the last date that I need to have the BSc degree?

    September 4

  • When will the student agreement be sent to me?

    The student agreement details your rights and obligations for studying in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme, and it contains information among others about your mobility during the programme and your scholarship (if applicable).

    This document details the relation between you – the student – , and the iSE Foundation – the organisation in charge of the administrative and financial issues regarding the InnoEnergy programme.

    The student agreement will be sent to you by iSE Foundation via Adobe e-sign. It means you can sign it digitally. We will send it to you in June 2019. For students starting in March 2019, we will send it in February 2019.

  • How will the admissions letter from the university be sent to me?

    Via e-mail

  • Will I be charged any extra fee at the university (ex. student union...)?

    90€ student tax for the French Government (CVEC fee)

  • Where can I find help with preparation for my first year university?

    gdadmissions@polytechnique.fr

  • Who is my university contact for the first year?

    Nicolas.clercy@polytechnique.edu (Academic Coordinator for STEEM 1 & 2)

    Anne.chretien@polytechnique.edu (Head of the Master of Science and Technology program)

  • When do I receive your first monthly payment (scholarship students only)?

    The scholarship is initiated once the student agreement has signed, you have physically enrolled at the university and have filled out and submitted the bank details form. The payments can only be made to a European bank account in your name. The first payment is made in September/October if these conditions have been met.

  • Where can I contact other students in the programme before starting the programme?

    Please log in /create your profile on the CommUnity platform and navigate to the following group: InnoEnergy MSc School

  • How do I pay the registration fee (for students without fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    Applicants admitted in round 1 without a scholarship need to pay a registration fee to reserve their seat in the programme. You will receive an e-mail with instructions about making the registration fee payment from the Institute of Sustainable Energy Foundation (iSE Foundation, via the e-mail address finance@ise-foundation.com).

    If you still need to make the payment, please find the payment information below. If you enroll, the €500 will be used as a down payment towards your participation fee. If you have already been awarded a scholarship or participation fee waiver, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

    You can pay the €500 by transferring the amount to the following bank account with:

    Account holder: The Institute of Sustainable Energy Stichting

    Bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank

    Friedrichsplatz 1-3

    76133 Karlsruhe

    IBAN: DE76 6005 0101 0004 0873 35

    BIC/SWIFT: SOLADEST600

     

    Please mention both your application number (which can be found at the top of your acceptance letter) and reference number you got from iSE Foundation when making the transfer. Otherwise, we do not know the payment is on your behalf.

    When there are costs associated with making the payment, please select that these should be charged from your account (select the option OUR, not SHA or BEN). Any money transfer costs you may incur, will not be refunded. The registration fee is non-refundable.

    The remaining part of the participation fee for the first year (€14500 for students without a fee waiver, or €7500 for students with a partial fee waiver) is due in June 2019. You will be contacted, etc.

  • How do I need to pay the participation fees (for students without a fee waiver or monthly allowance)?

    You will receive an invoice with instructions to pay the participation fee. If you need to pay earlier for visa reasons, please inform us through: finance@ise-foundation.com