How to apply?

Upload these compulsory documents (in pdf format) online (link below):

1. CV

2. First pages of passport or identity card indicating the nationality

3. Academic degree and transcripts of all university studies with translation into English, i.e. Bachelor, Master or equivalent. If the degree is due to be obtained after the deadline, a certificate from the institution indicating the situation of the student and the expected date of graduation must be provided

4. Cover letter / Motivation letter

5. Recognized International English test Certificate, not older than 3 years: TOEFL (CBT 220, PBT 550, IBT 80), Cambridge B2 First Test (173 or higher), Cambridge C1 Advanced Test (160 or higher), IELTS (6.5 or higher), TOEIC (800). No other test is recognized. This document is not required if the language of instruction of your studies is English. The fact must be certified by an official document or letter from the university. In that case, submitting an English Test Certificate is not compulsory, but can add value to your application.

NB: the GRE code is provided for students who have GRE results and want to submit them. Note that the GRE is NOT compulsory, nor can it replace the English Test Certificate.

6. Proof of residence (for students applying for the Erasmus+ EMJMD scholarship): either of the following documents can ba accepted (with certified English translation):
  • a residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's city hall / municipality administration
  • a certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question
  • Important: the proof of residence certificate must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline of applying for an EMJMD student scholarship


Applications open on 26 October 2020
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NB: deadline for scholarship applications: 31 January 2021

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Published on September 5, 2019 Updated on December 4, 2020