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Tue, 31 Jan 2006 11:57:04 +0100
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Professional Doctorate in Engineering 
Scholarships for 2 year Post-Masters Programme in User System

The Eindhoven University of Technology(the Netherlands) is looking for
exceptional applicants with a Master's diploma (5-year higher education)
in engineering, natural or behavioural sciences, (e.g., engineering,
mathematics, physics, linguistics, business, psychology and cognitive
sciences, industrial design, etc.) for our Post-Masters programme
User-System Interaction.
A full scholarship is offered (no fees are charged and students receive
a gross salary of approximately 1500 Euro per month).  
The programme offers training for 14 months, featuring some courses by
international authorities in the field of human-computer interaction and
9 months placements at major technological industries.
Professional experience is a bonus for applicants.  The programme offers
a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary environment, where significant
emphasis is placed on teamwork.
Students will be offered several other benefits, e.g., use of personal
notebook for the 2 years of the course, shared office space with 2-3
colleagues, access to University infrastructure and sport facilities,
professional development courses, etc.
The deadline for application is February 28th 2006(1st round) or April
30th 2006(2nd round),  the program will start in October 2006.

More information
Please check our website
where you will find the formal requirements and information regarding
the User System Interaction programme.

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