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Found 9 results

  1. Hi everyone! I have applied to Euroculture, Eurosud, and EPS and now looking forward to the results. Let's exchange our views. How about your programs? Wish us the best luck!
  2. Hey folks, Have anyone applied for Erasmus Mundus programs this year? Which ones? How is your selection process going? Cheers, Roman
  3. Is anyone else waiting for Erasmus Mundus application results? What programme/s did you apply to? How have you been handling the wait? Has anyone been accepted/waitlisted/rejected already? Since there are no Erasmus Mundus 2019 threads, let's talk!
  4. Hey! Is there anyone else who applied to Erasmus Mundus EPS? Has anyone heard from them so far?
  5. Did anyone apply to IMIM program(Innovative Medicine)? If yes, did you hear anything back from them yet?
  6. Hi y'all! Since the Erasmus Mundus International Master in Central & East European, Russian & Eurasian Studies (IMCEERES) has been revamped and significantly expanded since last year, I created a separate forum thread. Are you as psyched as me about the programme? Are you as stressed as myself about the scholarship? Let's share backgrounds, information, tips and co-ordinate in order to have an as much as stress-free experience as possible and get to know each other! :-) I will start. I am from Greece and I am a journalist! Studied and also worked in London and t
  7. Hello. I applied to joint master degree at IMBRSea (International Master of Science in Marine Biological Resources) program this year + Erasmus Mundus scholarship. A few days ago I got a notification of academic acceptance e-mail from them. I was accepted into the program BUT not awarded the scholarship. However, they accept me into the self funding basis and awarded partial tuition fee waiver. I still got 12 days until the deadline of confirmation for whether I'll take the offer or not. Well, is there any possibility to secure a funding or grant for less than 2 weeks? To be honest
  8. Hey guys! First things first, is there anyone else who applied to EUPADRA and has been short-listed and invited for the interview? Second - I have got a small concern, maybe someone can help me out in resolving it. I received a full scholarship from IMCEERES and I have to reply to them by April 9th. Also, I am waiting for results from EPS next week, as well as MA in Human Rights at CEU (Central European University, Budapest). The problem is that according to those who already study EUPADRA, even after the interview they are usually notified only at the end of May about the scholarshi
  9. Hi! I got into the Erasmus Mundus EMTM (tourism mngt) programme last year but with no scholarship unfortunately. I'm applying again this year hoping to get that funding, i'd like to ask if it's alright to have the same references this year or do you advise on having 2 completely new references? My programme requires 2 references (they suggest univ professors). i've graduated last 2014 so ive been working for 2/3 years already. i plan on having 1 univ professor and 1 employer, though my univ professor would be the same that wrote for my application last year.. of course, the content would
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