Thank you for all the applications received before February 24, 2019. The Eligibility Committee has been working on their eligibility control since then. They will soon get in touch with you. 

Candidates are selected in accordance with the admission criteria agreed jointly by the partner universities. Candidates upload their documents through the online application system to the TEMA+ website and send the application package with the hard copy to the address of the TEMA Secretariat in Budapest.

The student will be selected based on the following selection criteria:

Academic excellence and academic potential
- Academic excellency based on the certified copy and transcripts of the first (BA/BSc /180 ECTS/) or master’s degree (MA/MSc /120 ECTS/)
- Research plan in a format specified on the TEMA+ webpage (approx. 15.000 characters including spaces)
- Results of interviews done by the Pedagogic Council members
Level of language skills (English and French)
Internationally approved language certificates specified on the TEMA+ webpage.
Letter of motivation in a format specified on the TEMA+ webpage
Academic recognition
Two letters of recommendation about academic excellency signed by university professors or researchers

Criteria evaluation

Study/research plan
up to 20 points
CV including work experience
up to 10 points
Diploma that entitles you to enrol in the TEMA+ programme
up to 4 points (of which for degrees closely related to the academic study programme of the TEMA+ (e.g. degrees in History, Social Sciences and European Studies : up to 3-4 points according to the diploma grade,
of which for degrees related to the academic study programme of the TEMA+ (degrees in Languages, International Relations, Law, Architecture, Cultural Studies : up to 2-3 points according to the diploma grade,
up to 3 points each = up to 6 points
Language skills
up to 10 points, of which for English: up to 3 points according to the score you got at the language exam and /or on the interview with the TEMA+ Pedagogic Council,
for French : up to 3 points according to the score you got at the language exam and /or on the interview with the TEMA+ Pedagogic Council,
for other languages, especially for Italian, Hungarian or Czech : up to 4 points.
N. B. In the category of other languages, no points for your mother tongue.

Total : 50 points.

During the selection meeting, a main list and a reserve list is also set up. After their acceptance, the selection results are published on the TEMA+ website and the selected candidates are immediately informed by email. Furthermore, the consortium coordinator sends to all selected students an official notification letter.

The selected applicants will be informed about the official selection results in June 2019.

Please note that selected candidates' data will be sent to the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission and may be used by other bodies involved in the management of Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (e.g., Erasmus+ National Offices, EU Delegations or Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association). Applicants shall consult the “provisions for the processing of personal data” available on the Erasmus+ website.

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Note: The same selection criteria apply both for admission to the TEMA+ EMJMD and admission to an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. Applicants will be shortlisted in absolute ranking order, according to the above mentioned procedures. The best applicants will be awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.

However, a few additional criteria apply for students who wish to obtain an Erasmus Mundus scholarship:

  • the number of applications must be limited to maximum three different Erasmus Mundus Master Courses ;
  • individuals who have already benefited from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship are not eligible for a second scholarship in order to follow the same or another Erasmus Mundus Master Course ;
  • students benefiting from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship can not be awarded another Community grant ;
  • Erasmus Mundus scholarships are awarded exclusively for a full-time enrolment in one of the course editions ;
  • without prejudice to high academic standards, the consortium respects equality issues, such as equal gender participation, equal opportunity, including students with special needs, and geographical diversity : No more than three of the students selected for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship should have the same nationality.

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