Erasmus Mundus involving NOVA Bioorganic

The European Commission recently approved the Erasmus Mundus Masters project "ChemoinformaticsPlus" in which the NOVA School of Science and Technology participates with the Master in Bioorganic Chemistry.

The consortium is coordinated by the University of Strasbourg (France) and also involves the Universities of Paris (France), Milan (Italy), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Bar Ilan (Israel), National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev (Ukraine), and Federal University of Kazan (Russia).

Chemo-informatics is a discipline of Theoretical Chemistry that uses artificial intelligence and data science to process chemical information.

The program will allow granting scholarships to students of the Master's in Bioorganic Chemistry who opt for the dual degree course Bioorganica NOVA / Químio-informatics Strasbourg and will start in the academic year 2022/2023.

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are integrated study programs at Master's level, designed and delivered by an international partnership of higher education institutions from different countries around the world. Erasmus+ finances scholarships so that students can participate in these programs. The Master's programs themselves offer these scholarships to the highest-ranked students around the world, in annual application stages. EU scholarships cover the costs of a student's participation in the program, travel, and subsistence allowances.