European Master
of Science

in Nuclear Fusion
and Engineering Physics

The European Master of Science in Nuclear Fusion and Engineering Physics (FUSION-EP) is a two-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) funded by the European Union. Focusing on the physics and technology of nuclear fusion as an energy source, it offers research-oriented education in engineering physics, offered by a consortium of eight European universities.

The application campaign is now open!

You can now apply for the programme to start in the autumn of 2024! Check out the application information, including eligibility criteria, then head for the application platform using the button below. The application platform will remain open until Feb. 15, 2024.

News

  • APPLICATION CAMPAIGN OPENED

    On Nov. 15, 2023, the new application campaign was opened! You can now apply for the programme to start in the autumn of 2024. Check out the application information, including eligibility criteria, then head for the application platform using the button below. The application platform will remain open until Feb. 15, 2024.

  • FUSION TECHNOLOGY TEXTBOOK

    A new textbook "Fundamentals of Magnetic Fusion Technology" has just been published by the IAEA. The editor is the founding father of the FUSION-EP programme, Prof. Guido Van Oost. The book can be downloaded or ordered via the button below.

  • FUSENET MASTER EVENT

    On Nov. 23, 2023, the FuseNet Organization held its annual online Master Event. Master students, starting or graduating, were invited to meet the community and learn more about the fusion field.

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    Why study in the FUSION-EP master?

      • Thorough training in science and engineering physics with a broad view
      • Application field relating to one of the primary challenges of our time: sustainable energy supply
      • Joint research activities and mobility, including interaction with world-class researchers
      • Extensive network of educational and research institutions
      • Broad range of employment opportunities into a growing fusion research community and industry, and in many other high-tech industries
      • Solid alumni network maintaining long-term work relations and friendships

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