How CDE’s Selection Committee members read your application: a guide for applicants

EM CDE’s Selection Committee members read all applications and review all candidates and aim on a fair judgment on your application. Consider our application tips and visit also the FAQ page.

Admission to Copernicus Master in Digital Earth requires a qualification based selection process, based on a call for application. The same procedure shall apply for Self-Funded Students and Erasmus+ Funded Students.

For more Information please visit: WHO – HOW – WHERE

Eligibility criteria in the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s degree programme consist of TWO parts: University general eligibility criteria, and programme-specific eligibility criteria, which specify and add information to the general criteria. Candidates must meet both to be considered eligible.

For more Information please visit: 4 Eligibility Criteria

At the time of application candidates select and prioritize at least one specialization track.

For more information please visit: General Criteria | Programme | Courses

A content list is available on the website. Special hints:

  • Read the call for applications!
  • Put also an emphasis on writing a COVER and PERSONAL MOTIVATION LETTER that will make an impression. For more information please visit: Completed application
  • The application handbook assists in preparing and completing the online application process.

Learn more about the structure of COPERNICUS MASTER IN DIGITAL EARTH in the curriculum. It offers an insight into:  Overview of the degree programme and professional skills; Required courses and plan of study; Optional specialization tracks and mobility periods; Internship (work placement), etc.

For more information please visit: Curriculum

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme is open world-wide, this includes also EUROPEAN applicants.

For more information please visit: Erasmus+ eligible countries

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme is open world-wide.

For more information please visit: Erasmus+ eligible countries

The Selection Committee ranks applications according to five categories: Outstanding, Highly competent, Competent, Not yet competent, and Failed.  Admission to the programme will be offered to outstanding applicants.

For more information please visit  selection AND definition of terms.

latest update: February 12, 2020