Deadline to apply to the EMTM programme: March 15th, 2021 (12:00 CET)
EMTM applies a policy of equal opportunities for people with special needs.
Grading scale of the higher education institution where you obtained this degree:
Important! You must take the test before the official deadline for applications.
If your test results are announced after the official deadline for applications, select “score pending” and communicate the results per e-mail to the EMTM Secretariat (email@example.com) as soon as you receive them.
Important! You are only exempt from providing one of the certificates specified above if your qualifying first degree (bachelor’s/undergraduate degree) was fully taken in the USA, Canada (English speaking part), Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom or Ireland. Note that if your bachelor’s/undergraduate degree was only partly taught in one of the above countries, you are not exempted from taking one of the tests indicated above.
If you do not have all necessary documents ready yet, you can submit your application as it is now and update it at a later date. After clicking the "submit" button, you will receive an email of confirmation including a link you can use to edit your application if needed. You have time until the deadline for applications to update it. No modifications will be allowed after that deadline.
At this moment, the EMTM programme can only offer self-funded positions for the 2021-2023 intake. However, the EMTM Consortium will apply for up to 16 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) scholarships for this intake. In June or early July 2021, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission will confirm whether these scholarships have been granted. If EMTM is granted these EMJMD scholarships, they will be distributed among the students that have applied to the programme, have been selected and have accepted the invitation to enrol as self-funded students. The EMJMD scholarships, if available, will be awarded to enrolled students according to their position in the ranking list. Students whose position in the ranking list is not sufficient to be awarded with a scholarship because the number of students enrolled is superior to the number of scholarships available will continue to be enrolled as self-funded students. If the EMTM programme is not granted the EMJMD scholarships, then the EMTM Consortium will offer: one scholarship to one student who is citizen of a country outside the European Union corresponding to the amount of the participation fees for non-EU citizens (i.e. 14,000 EUR); one scholarship to one student who is citizen of a European Union country corresponding to the amount of the participation fees for EU citizens (i.e. 7,500 EUR). These scholarships will be awarded to the first non-EU student and the first EU student in the ranking list. The rest of the students will continue to be enrolled as self-funded students.