Germany's Friedrich Alexander University of Eerlangen-Nuremberg 's Busan branch campus-located in the Busan Jinhae Free Economic Zone officially announced the recruitment of 25 students for the 2011 Spring semester.
Professor Thomas Neesse, current President of FAU Busan branch campus, aims to recruit 50 students per year in the life sciences field including Bioprocess Engineering, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Mechanical Process Engineering, Environmental Process Engineering, Fluid Mechanics and Separation Science & Technology in the Chemical and Bioengineering department; the first class including 25 students will begin classes in the Spring of 2011.
The 2011 class will be eligible for first-semester scholarships covering tuition fees from Korean or German funding institutions while additional grants for furthering research will be available for students who express the desire and motivation to achieve results.
FAU Busan is the BJFEZ’s first f oreign educational institution and is one of the first German university campuses in Asia. With a faculty of 32 members, the campus offers the same curriculum, all taught in English, offering the same high-quality Master’s degrees as graduates from the Eerlangen-Nuremberg campus.
FAU expects its program to assist domestic graduates to cope with the unemployment crisis and successfully find employment with private sector partners through FAU’s industry-university co-op program in fundamental and applied research.
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