Definition of Terms
Admission to the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree programme is provided by the consortium’s universities participating in the Erasmus+ funded project; after successfull application and evaluation admission to the degree programme will be offered to outstanding applicants only. University admission is provided by the consortium’s admission offices.
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. Please note that ineligible applications will not be assessed.
Demonstrate a high degree of commitment and motivation, a strong interest and background in the ‘Geospatial’ field of applications as well as in working in international environments.
Fulfill all required academic qualifications for admission with excellent academic results. Can document required high level competences in English language.
All selected candidates not receiving an E+ scholarship within the CDE programme are considered as admissible on a self-funded basis. This includes everyone either funding their own studies, getting financial assistance from family or friends, beneficiaries of scholarships other than Erasmus+, taking out a student loan etc.
Are selected candidates either from an Erasmus+ Programme or Partner Country.
All applicants who fulfill the consortium’s application and selection criteria but who could not be included in the main (student) list due to the limited number of scholarships available. Highly ranked candidates depending on a scholarship are placed on the reserve list and will be notified in case of any cancellations. Partner institutions shall provide an admission offer to programmes according to curricula, if candidates can prove alternative funding for studies.
Applicants not fulfilling either eligibility criteria and/or academic merits because of a highly competitive selection process. This includes identified deficits of required academic profile, lack of demonstrated motivation for the selected specialization track, or insufficient language competences.
are incomplete applications, or not eligible due to consortium criteria or Erasmus+ regulations.
latest update: July 29, 2019