1. Study in a highly specialized scientific programme with the best laboratories in Europe, in a fast-moving scientific environment.
2. Participate in a “truly” international master programme with students from all around the world and study in English in up to four European countries
3. Participate in Summer Research Projects in one of the laboratories of the CIMET consortium.
4. Obtain a strong experience in applied research through practical sessions and research projects.
5. Complete your Master Thesis on a scientific or technological topic during one semester in one of the best color laboratories in the world.
6. Be financially sponsored by the CIMET Consortium.
7. Obtain an EU accredited “Erasmus Mundus” Master Degree Diploma (double diploma minimum).
8. Be part of an institutional and academic network in order to maximise your PhD opportunities.
9. Benefit from strong relationships with the IT industry to boost your career prospects.
10. Become a color scientist, within the interdisciplinary context of computer vision and imaging science, photonics, computer science and media technology.