European Master in Biological and Chemical Engineering for a Sustainable Bioeconomy

Bioceb in TalTech: testimonial of Pr. Jaan Kers

Professor Jaan Kers writes about the experience and challenges presented by the joint creation and implementation of Bioceb in TalTech.

Read the whole testimony (in Estonian) here:

His conclusion is the following:
"The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programme is one of the best ways to promote Tallinn University of Technology abroad. The best students from all over the world apply for the programme, so the shortlist is tight. However, it takes at least a year and a lot of patience to prepare a project proposal like this, to thoroughly discuss the role and contribution of each partner and to put together a good project. The competition for funding is fierce, as applicants come from universities with previous experience of the programme and are assessed by experts in their field. In any case, I would recommend that you give the Erasmus Mundus Joint Study Programme a try, as networking through high-level teaching and research cooperation with foreign universities will lead to new projects, and mentoring excellent students will produce strong doctoral candidates for future research."

- Updated February 2023 -