Awarded degrees

Successful completion of the COSI Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree will result in the award of multiple Master’s degrees (i.e. 4 national diplomas issued by 4 higher education institutions from 4 European countries and fully recognized in these respective countries). In line with the Bologna Accords, those degrees benefit from a wide recognition in Europe and beyond.

According to the concentration which has been chosen by the graduate, the consortium will deliver either multiple diplomas from:

  • NTNU, UJM (specialisation in Colour image modelling and understanding) and NTNU (specialisation in Colour and visual computing)
  • OR NTNU, UJM (specialisation in Colour image modelling and understanding), UEF (specialisation in Spectral Imaging)
  • OR NTNU, UGR (specialisation in Photonics, image and vision) and NTNU (specialisation in Colour and visual computing)
  • OR NTNU, UGR (specialisation in Photonics, image and vision) and UEF (specialisation in Spectral Imaging).
Awarding InstitutionNational degrees awarded, official name in local languageNational degrees awarded, legalized English translation
Norwegian University of Science and TechnologyMaster in Computational Colour and Spectral Imaging
University Jean MonnetMaster Optics, Image, Vision, Multimedia, as approved by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research since 2004 and recently re-accredited A+; Arrêté du 10 octobre 2011, Reference CNESER 20070679;Diplôme d’Université “Computational Colour and Spectral Imaging” on behalf of COSI consortium.Master Optics, Image, Vision, Multimedia,Master COSI / Computational Colour and Spectral Imaging
University of GranadaMaster Universitario en Ciencia y Tecnologia del Coloraccreditation in process
University of Eastern FinlandFilosofian maisteri, tietojenkäsittelytiedeMaster of Science in Computer Science, Computational Colour and Spectral Imaging

In addition to official diplomas and to ensure the best understanding and recognition of COSI graduates achievements, notably towards recruiters, COSI consortium will deliver to each student a personalized Diploma Supplement, signed by all awarding Higher Education Institutions and issued by Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the COSI coordinating institution, including:

  • learning objectives and COSI consortium track-record and recognition;
  • overall organization of the COSI study programme (selection process, mobility, host institutions, learning outcomes methods of assessment, tuition language);
  • added value which it brings to the student with respect to learning outcomes (which have been developed along with recruiters from the industry);
  • full transcript of all (120 ECTS credits minimum) obtained during the master course, concentration and grades obtained, Master Thesis subject;
  • awarded degrees in national languages and a legalized English translation.