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Europeans programmes for education at the University of Angers

The University of Angers takes part in some European programmes funded by the European Union.


The Lighthouse-Law clinic Jean Monnet Module

The Lighthouse a law clinic dedicated mainly to maritime migrations in Europe.

It is part of the Master of International and European Law, led by Professor Alina Miron and Professor Bérangère Taxil. This project aims to consolidate the synergy of their skills and research projects, already supported by the Pays de la Loire and by Alliance Europa: competence in asylum and refugee law on one hand, competence in law of the sea on the other hand. Thanks to this module, the students will become real legal advisers for some actors involved in practical activities, and for the civil society.

The Lighthouse is a Jean Monnet Module, part of the Erasmus+ project programme.


Nanomed  Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Degree in Nanotechnologies applied to health (Nanomedicine for Drug Delivery)

Nanomed is a joint Master's degree selected by the European Union in July 2016.

This curriculum gathers 4 European Universities: Paris Descartes University (coordinator), Patras University, Greece, and Pavia University, Italy.

The Nanomed Master's degree is an original 24-months programme taugh in English (4 semesters) in the field of nanomedicine applied to health through the delivery and vectorization of active molecules. This Master's programme offers a high quality and  multidisciplinary education, aiming to develop the students' skills in various fields (chemistry, biotechnology, physical-chemistry, biology, pharmacotechnology, pharmaceutical development ...).

Thanks to EU funding, 12 students are eligible each year for EU grants covering both the participation fees (to the curriculum) as well as their monthly expenses. To apply, candidates should hold  a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in either Biology or Chemistry; or a Medicine/Pharmacy degree.

The associated Professor Emilie Roger (Faculty of Health, Pharmacy department) is in charge of this project at the University of Angers.

Nanomed is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees, part of the Erasmus+ project programme, Key Action 1, Learning Mobility of Individuals.


NanoFar Erasmus Mundus joint doctorate in nanomedicine and pharmaceutical innovation

This programme was selected in July 2011 by the European Union, and was funded for 5 editions of three years.

NanoFar is a 6 European universities consortium, composed  of the University of Angers, coordinator, the University of Nantes, France, the University of Liège, the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium, The Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain, the University of Nottingham United Kingdom, around researches in nanomedicine (application of nanotechnology to health care, offering very promising possibilities in diagnosis and therapy).

Since  October 2012, this Erasmus Mundus doctoral programme has proposed 36 fellowships to European and non-European students. They are required to alternate study and research periods in at least two universities of the consortium, and are graduated from the two universities attended (double degree).

Professor Frank Boury (INSERM U1232, CRCINA) is in charge of this project at the University of Angers.

NanoFar is an Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013 programme.


TeacHear Strategic partnership for enhancing social consciousness

TeacHear, strategic partership for enhancing social consciousness (ref. number 2015-1- HU01-KA201- 013623), is a project funded by the Union European as part of the Erasmus+ programme.

Aim of the project: Train the trainer - Its purpose is to train high school teachers so that they can themselves deliver training courses for other teachers on the theme of social awareness.

Apart from the University of Angers, partners are Katház Public Benefit Nonprofit Ltd, Hungaria (coordinator), Akademie Klausenhof GmbH, Germany, Social Academy - Institute for Education, Research and Culture, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Association of Maltese Relief Service in Romania, Timisoara, Professional High School, Bátorove Kosihy, Slovakia.

The researcher Emmanuel Bioteau (Faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences, Geograpy department, ESO-Angers) is in charge of this project at the University of Angers.

TeacHear is a strategic partnership part of the Erasmus+ project programme, Key Action 2, Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices



The Lighthouse, Nanomed and TeachHear are cofunded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union  

NanoFar is cofunded by the European Union