Tribology is the science and technology of interacting surfaces in relative motion and of related subjects and practices. The nature and consequences of the interactions that take place at the moving interface control its friction, wear, and lubrication behaviour. Understanding the nature of these interactions at micro and nano scale and solving the technological problems associated with the interfacial phenomena constitute the essence of tribology. Tribology incorporates a number of disciplines, including mechanical engineering, materials science, mechanics, surface chemistry, surface physics and a multitude of subjects such as surface characterization, friction, wear, lubrication, thin films and coatings, materials, lubricants, and the selection and design of lubrication systems and contact properties. It forms a vital part of the engineering sciences and is one of the key engineering areas. The field of tribology, functional surfaces and interfaces is thus highly interdisciplinary and is becoming increasingly advanced in recent times.
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A MINIMUM OF A BACHELOR DEGREE
(equivalent of 180 ECTS and comparable to the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering RRP programme), with an average grade of at least 80% (grade point average GPA) in engineering, materials science, physical sciences or chemistry.
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Applicants for TRIBOS master study programme can therefore apply for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, provided by European Comission through the EACEA agency under Action 1 activity.
Erasmus mundus distinguish two types of scholarship:Category A scholarships are offered to:
All three criteria must apply for Category A scholarship eligibility.Category B scholarships are offered to:
Number of Category A and Category B scholarships is limited and decided for every edition of students on a yearly basis by the EACEA agency. Selection is valid for the whole duration of study programme, i.e. two years in the case of TRIBOS.
Due to limited number of scholarships, these will be offered to the best ranking students according to Admission and Selection criteria, decribed in the appropriate sections of TRIBOS web site, as well as based on the EACEA scholarship rules. The final decison is made in accordance with the EACEA procedures and agreement.
For the 2016/17 edition of TRIBOS students, about 15 Erasmus Mundus scholarships are envisaged. This number should be considered just as an indication of possible number of scholarships.
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