Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program]
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
- Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
- The tuition fee for EU/EEA passport holders is as follows: €1.475 per semester without insurance and with the standard consortium waiver* (€5.900 for the entire program); €1.700 per semester with standard consortium waiver* and Insurance (€6.800 for the entire program); €2.025 per semester without waiver* nor insurance (€8.100 for the entire program); €2.250 per semester without waiver* and with insurance (€9.000 for the entire program). The Consortium waiver is always offered to selected self-funding EU/EEA students unless they receive another scholarship fully covering the tuition fees and living costs.
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a discipline of relevance to the master's program. Examples of a matching educational background are a degree in the arts, humanities, or social sciences, such as European studies, history, international relations, cultural studies, literature, sociology, political sciences, anthropology, philosophy, communication and media studies, international/European law, theology.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: At least C.
Specification: With no part (listening, reading, speaking, writing) under 6.0.
Application & Admission
- → request information packages
- → see your personal application deadline & tuition fee
(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
- Certified translations of degree certificate(s)/diploma’s (BA, MA, etc.): minimum 1 file, maximum 3. Please make sure that your degree and/or transcript of records are official documents issued by your university and include information about the length of your studies. If you have not yet completed your bachelor's degree before the deadline, please include a statement from your university with your expected graduation date.
- Certified translations of transcripts of records (list of grades and courses): minimum 1 file, maximum 3. Please make sure that your degree and/ or transcript of records include information about the length of your studies. If you have not yet completed your bachelor's degree before the deadline, please upload your most recent transcripts.
- English test results (see language requirements): 1 file required.
- 2 recommendation letters: 2 files required. One of these letters has to be an academic letter, the other one might be from a relevant non-academic organization, or company (former employer). The letters should be: written in English (regardless of the university you apply for); be printed on the official letterhead of the institution(s) they come from and signed by the referee; contain the referee's affiliation, their contact details and explicitly mention the relation to the applicant; be dated, and cannot have been written longer than 1 year prior to the date on which you submit your application. You are expected to scan the letters and upload them yourself. In some countries, the academic culture forbids the disclosure of such documents. In such a case, your referees should send their letter to us by email at [email protected], mentioning your name.
- CV: 1 file required. Written in English and entail both your academic and professional experiences, including any extra-curricular work you might have done at the university (membership of an association, etc).
- Scan of a (valid) passport or identity card: 1 file required. For non-EU/EEA students, it is advised to use a passport or identity card to be valid for the entire duration of the program
- Digital passport-sized photo: 1 file required.
- Papers and/or thesis(es) (if applicable): 1 file required. While all documents to be uploaded have to be written in English, you may upload these papers/ thesis(es) in the language that you wrote them in. An English summary of the paper (max. 2000 characters including spaces) that you think fits best with the master program would de better. You will be asked to type this directly in the application form.
- Motivation letter. No longer than 5000 characters (including spaces). This letter should not be uploaded as a separate document but is filled-in directly into the application tool.
- All the submitted documents must be in English (except for the research paper/thesis that can be in any language, accompanied by an English summary). Applications submitted in other languages will not be taken into consideration.
- If you fail to provide all of the required documents, your application will not be taken into account.
- Each document to be uploaded is restricted in size and in most cases cannot exceed 2 MB.
For more information please check theCourse Website