Tracks of the Cybersecurity master program

Program track
EIT Digital master school
Cybersecurity master program at the University of Rennes 1
International mobility Students from this program will spend their two study years in two different European universities: University of Rennes 1,  ELTE (https://www.elte.hu/), Eurecom (http://www.eurecom.fr/en),  University of Trento (http://www.unitn.it/en), University of Turku (http://www.utu.fi/en/Pages/home.aspx)University of Twente (https://www.utwente.nl/en/).
For example: entry year at the university of Rennes 1 and exit year at University of Trento. Or: entry year at the ELTE and exit year at the university of Rennes 1, and so on...
Students will perform both study years at the University of Rennes 1.
Study program Both tracks feature exactly the same set of courses and projects.
Study language 100% of courses are delivered in English.
Summer school Students will attend a two-weeks summer school between their entry and exit year. All costs are covered by the EIT Digital master school Students may attend a two-weeks summer school between their entry and exit year but they will have to pay the travel and accommodation costs themselves.
Degree If successful, students will receive two master degrees (one from each university they studied in) + a certificate by EIT. If successful, students will receive a master degree from University of Rennes 1.
Tuition fees Detailed information about tuition fees is available on the master school web site. In short: E.U. citizens do not have to pay any tuition fee; others must pay €10,000/year. Students will have to pay the tuition fees detailed here.
EIT Scholarships The EIT Digital master school offers generous scholarships to students with excellent applications. EIT Digital scholarships are not available.
Other scholarships There exists other forms of scholarships which may be available depending on each student’s situation.
Accommodation Students must pay for accommodation. The university of Rennes 1 however guarantees access to inexpensive student rooms (in the order of €160-250/month depending on the type of room). Students can also apply for state subsidies which partially cover these costs. The accommodation options in other universities vary, please contact them directly for accurate information. Students must pay for accommodation. The same types of inexpensive student rooms might be available, but with no guarantee. Alternative accommodation is available on the private market with costs in the order of €400-500/month depending on the type of accommodation. The same type of state subsidies are also available under the same conditions.
Application deadline Application deadlines to start in Autumn 2018:
• Deadline one: 1 February 2018 Open to EU/EEA/CH/ Non-EU citizens
• Deadline two: 15 April 2018 Open to EU/EEA/CH citizens
 
Required documents The full list of required documents is available here. Please pay special attention and make sure not to forget anything!
Selection criteria The criteria by which candidates will be selected are listed here.
Rejoining the EIT Digital master school N/A Students registered in this track will be offered the possibility to apply to the EIT Digital master school (and to EIT Digital scholarships) shortly after the beginning of the 1st semester. If their application is successful, they will become regular EIT Digital master school students.