Economic Policies for the Global Transition [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program]
- Winter semester
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
- Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
- Students with a personal income higher than 15,000 €/year during the EPOG+ studies period might be subject to higher participation costs.
Bachelor's degree in economics or any other field provided a minimum of 24 ECTS – or equivalent – in economics and 6 ECTS in statistics or econometrics.
Required ECTS credits: 180.
Candidates who plan to graduate by July 31st will be provisionally accepted and will be required to provide copies of their degree certificates by August 31st.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: At least C.
Specification: At least B.
Application & Admission
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(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
At the application stage, students must fill the online form and provide a set of information and scanned documents, as described below. It is important to note that the application procedure takes time (in particular to get the recommendation letters) and should thus be anticipated.
- Completed (online) application form.
- Full curriculum vitae, possibly using the Europass format (not mandatory).
- Scanned copy of at least one relevant diploma. The scanned copy of an original diploma shall prove successful completion of a tertiary degree corresponding to at least 180 ECTS. Candidates who plan to graduate by the 31st of July can apply. They can be provisionally accepted. They will be required to provide copies of their degree certificates by the 31st of August. At the application stage, they must provide a sworn statement stating when they expect to receive their degree. If your degree is not issued in English, a translation in English is needed.
- Scanned copy of academic records (transcripts). Electronic (scanned) version of all higher education academic records in their original version (academic transcripts to the above-mentionned diplomas, including all completed courses at the time of application, not only those of the current year). If your transcripts are not issued in English, a translation in English is needed.
- Proof of language proficiency (see language requirements).
- Statement of purpose. The statement of purpose should not be more than 500 words. It should highlight the applicant’s motivations for applying to EPOG+ Master’s program, any relevant academic and work experience, and future career plans. The statement will also indicate the Major(s)/Minor(s), the applicant wishes to choose (and order of preference).
- Two recommendation letters. The two recommendation letters shall be issued by teachers/professors or job supervisors. They shall assess explicitly the student’s ability to follow the EPOG+ Master’s program. The reference letter should include the date of issue, name, institution, position, signature, official stamp (if available), and contact details (phone number and email) of the person/institution recommending the student.
- Scanned copy of a passport. The scanned copy of a (valid) passport is to attest the nationality of the student. Applicants with multiple nationalities must provide a copy of the passport corresponding to the nationality they are applying with. Citizens from the EU (only) can use their ID as proof of nationality.
- Proof of place of residence (only for students applying for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship).
- Applicant's own other funding (not mandatory).
All these documents have to be uploaded in the Attachments section of the application form. Please do not send them by email.
For more information please check theCourse Website