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Erasmus Mundus

Presentation for prospective students (Erasmus Tour de Slovensko)
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Lucia Loposova

on 1 December 2012

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Transcript of Erasmus Mundus

Why Erasmus Mundus? Objectives Enhance the quality of European Higher Education through international co-operation

Improve the development of human resources

Promote dialogue and understanding between peoples and cultures

Promote Europe as a center of excellence in learning Other Benefits Scholarships for excellent students and researchers

Joint Master or Doctorate degrees

Mobility at 2 or more European and Non-European universities

Top-quality courses in a broad variety of disciplines

International and multicultural classes and experiences an integrated study or research program (master or doctorate), fully recognized in the countries where it is delivered

requires study or research in at least 2 countries

leads to the award of a double, multiple or joint degree to all successful students or doctors

is taught in English (85% of all courses) or in other European language (some institutions may require knowledge of more languages) What's Erasmus Mundus course Since 2004:

1000 universities
170 masters and doctoral courses
14 000 students
2000 academics
140 nationalities Erasmus Mundus at Glance Thematic disciplines Agricultural and Forestry Sciences

Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning

Art and Design

Business Studies, Management Science

Communication and Information Sciences

Education, Teacher Training

Engineering, Technology Geography, Earth and Environmental Studies

Health Sciences

Humanities

Languages and Philological Sciences

Law

Mathematics, Informatics

Natural Sciences

Social and Cultural Sciences, Economics 2 categories How much is a scholarship? Non-Europeans who are not resident, nor have carried out their main activity for more than a total of 12 months over the last 5 years, in a European country Any individual fulfilling the academic admission conditions set by the consortium and who does not fulfil Category A requirements (mainly Europeans), normally 500 Eur/month. Category B Category A Basic Requirements Process How do I apply? Higher education degree with excellent marks (minimum Bachelor)

Fulfill the specific selection criteria defined by the Joint Master or Doctorate program of your choice

Good level of English and other language if required by your chosen program Go to the Erasmus Mundus website: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus

Select:
“Funding & scholarships - for students and academics”

Click on the link to: Erasmus Mundus Master Courses (EMMCs)
or
Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates (EMJDs)

Go to the website of your chosen course and follow their application procedure! List of EM courses and other useful information Useful links ttp://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus E-mail enquiries Country Representative slovakia@em-a.eu Erasmus Mundus Students & Alumni Association http://www.em-a.eu European Commision Information from students perspective Erasmus Mundus is a cooperation and mobility program of the EU in the field of higher education. Universities are selected in a highly competitive process with independent evaluators and high-level academic Selection Board

Quality monitoring is done through annual reports and visits by European Commission

Only high quality students are accepted for Erasmus Mundus course to ensures the best study environment

Student feedback is used for evaluation and reshaping of courses

76 of Europe’s top 100 universities (according to the Shanghai ranking) are participants of Erasmus Mundus

Top universities from other countries outside Europe take a part in Erasmus Mundus (e.g. Harvard, Berkeley, Sydney or Tokyo) Erasmus Mundus = quality education Depends on your chosen course, but ... Timing September - Find and select your program (you can apply to a max. of 3 programs) Deadline indicated by the consortium - Submit your scholarship application (deadline usually between December and January - check carefully for your course) March - Selection results From April - Acceptance of your scholarship September - Start of the course Slovak Academic Association for International Cooperation (SAAIC)
Information for academics and universities
http://www.saaic.sk/ Facebook
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