EMSNE Cert / EMSNE - European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering
EMSNE - European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering
The European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering (EMSNE) is a Certificate delivered by the European Nuclear Education Network Association, with the endorsement of all its members, in order to certify the highest quality standards of Nuclear Engineering Education and the European dimension pursued achieved by the EMSNE laureate.
Summary of the requirements:
- At least 5 years university education (3+2, 4+1, or 5).
- At least 60 ECTS must be “purely nuclear”
- 20 ECTS must be obtained from a “foreign” (different country) institution, member of the ENEN Association
- Master thesis
List of topics “purely nuclear”:
- Reactor engineering
- Reactor physics
- Nuclear thermal hydraulics
- Safety and reliability of nuclear facilities
- Reactor engineering materials
- Radiology and radiation protection
- Nuclear fuel cycle and applied radiochemistry...
Upon advice of the Teaching and Academic Affairs Committee, the Board of Governors of the European Nuclear Education Network in its meeting in Munich on March 4, 2005 approved these by-laws for the European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering Certification issued by the European Nuclear Education Network.
The objectives of the European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering framework are:
to certify and secure the highest stardarts of Quality in the Nuclear Education in Europe combining the joint state-of-the-art know-how of the European universities,
to ensure the highest Quality of Training provided to European Nuclear students by full use of the unique nuclear research and industrial facilities throughout Europe, towards analytic, resourceful and inventive nuclear engineering,
to encourage and develop a common Nuclear Safety Culture throughout Europe,
to foster the international exchanges to create a network of nuclear engineers and scientists of different nationalities, aiming to promote the contact and collaboration between students from several countries with different educational views, different nuclear reactor technologies, and different nuclear policies.
STEPS TO APPLY FOR THE EMSNE CERTIFICATE
How to apply for the EMSNE Certification in 2020:
The aplications should be submitted with all the requested documents to the address below and in electronic format to the ENEN Secretariat by email to firstname.lastname@example.org 10 January 2020!
4. Afterwards, send the printed application form with the original signatures and copies of your diplomas by post to:
European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN) AISBL
Rue d'Egmont 11
Brussels 1000, Belgium
ATTEND TO THE EMSNE CEREMONY
Each year the laureates receive the EMSNE Certification diplomas in a relevant ceremony. The last years this ceremony as been held, with the support of the IAEA Nuclear Knowledge Management section, as a side event of the IAEA General Conference, in Vienna, Austria.
It is becoming a tradition that the following day after the EMSNE ceremony the laureates are invited to a technical visit related with Nuclear. The last two years we have had the opportunity of visiting Zwentendorf NPP, a nuclear power plant which was finished but never operated.
ENEN SUPPORT team FOR THE EMSNE CEREMONY
IAEA, Knowledge Management Section:
Dr. John de Grosbois, Head of the Nuclear Knowledge Management Section, IAEA.
Dr. Monica Sbaffoni, Group leader of the Nuclear Knowledge Management Section, IAEA.
TU Wien - Atominstitut:
Prof. Helmuth Boeck, TU Wien-Atominstitut.
Dr. Eileen Langegger (Radde), TU Wien-Atominstitut, Chair of the ENS-YGN.
Mr. Markus Salletmaier, TU Wien-Atominstitut, Westinghouse.
DISPLAY YOUR EMSNE CERTIFICATION IN YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE
Now you can display the reference of your EMSNE Certification inside your professional page in LinkedIn.
INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the following data in your LinkedIn page, in the "Certifications" section:
Certification Name: European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering EMSNE
Certification Authority: European Nuclear Education Network Association
European Nuclear Education Network
Rue d'Egmont 11,
1000 Brussels, Belgium