Information for TPTI Visiting Scholars

 

Visiting scholars

TPTI is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree which is developed in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.
 TPTI fosters in students the understanding of technical culture, tangible and intangible, cultural and industrial heritage.
During their period of study, TPTI students learn how to develop a restoration project of an industrial heritage site; they must take into account its own historical and cultural value, while ensuring both environmental and economic sustainability.
The TPTI consortium welcomes scholars possessing an excellent academic and/or professional experience, bringing added value to Erasmus Mundus Master Course.
Scholars are selected for the relevance of their work which should be innovative, original and interdisciplinary.


Application procedure

Candidates wishing to apply to the TPTI Master are invited to:
+ visit the online registration platform - http://application.tpti.eu/
+ complete the on line Application Form  
+ provide the required documents: CV, a research project and a letter of motivation.
Please note that scholars must use French or English as a teaching language.


Application deadline

Deadline for application fot the 2019-21 cohort is Thursday 4th of February 2019.


Scholarships

Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available to visiting scholars. The amount of the grant is generally 1.200 € per week fot 2 to 4 week stays.


Organization

Selecting visiting scholars will be put in touch with the TPTI supervisor at the university to which they are assigned (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Francia; Università degli Studi di Padova, Italia; Universidade de Evora, Portogallo). Their supervisor will engage them in the master course teaching activity.

Scholars will be asked to:
+ meet and supervise the master students (at least one meeting restricted to the students developing a study project in the scholar’s field of research and one with the full group);
+ participate in the tutored projects, advising each group of students in the development of their specific project;
+ participate in the joint webinars which will be held during their stay;
+ present their work in, at least, one open seminar.