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Erasmus Mundus Programme ACTION 2, STRAND 1, LOT 1

EU MARE NOSTRUM

AGREEMENT NUMBER 2011-4050/001-001-EMA2

 

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

 

Dear applicant,

If you intend to apply for an offer under EU-Mare Nostrum Erasmus Mundus Programme, please read these instructions carefully. Your selection may depend on this.

WHO CAN APPLY

In order to participate in this programme, you must:

 

• Be national of one of these countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Portugal, Italy, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Spain.

• Have not resided or carried out your main activity (work, study, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last 5 years in one of the European countries

• Must have not benefited in the past from an Erasmus Mundus scholarships for the same type of mobility.

If you do not fulfil any of these 3 conditions you are not eligible (not allowed) to participate in this programme

 

GROUPS OF MOBILITY

 

The mobility is organized in three groups:

 

Identify  yourself as Group 1, Group 2 or Group 3 according to the following descriptions and before starting with your application.

 

TARGET GROUP 1           

Nationals of the African countries concerned by the geographical lot (Lot 1, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia) who are registered in one of the African country higher education institutions that are a member of the partnership (see the Partners Institutions). From Morocco: Moulay Ismaïl University, University Mohammed Premier, University Mohammed V Souissi and Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University. From Algeria: University Abdelhamid Ibn Badis of Mostaganem, University Mouloud Mammeri de Tizi-Ouzou, and University of Sciences and Technology of Oran. From Tunisia: Manouba University, Gabes University and University of Tunis

 

Or European students need to be registered at one of the European countries higher education institutions within the partnership at the time of submitting their application to the partnership. Undergraduate students must have successfully completed at least one year of studies in their home institution. Spain: University of Murcia and Technical University of Cartagena, Portugal: University of Minho, Latvia: Riga Technical University, France: Sciences Po Lyon and Institut Internacional du Commerce et du Développement, Lithuania: Vilnius University, Poland: Lublin University of Technology and Italy: University of Messina.

 

For levels Undergraduate, Master, Doctorate, Post-doctorate, Staff.

 

TARGET GROUP 2           

Nationals of the African countries concerned by the geographical lot (Lot 1 Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia), who are registered in a higher education institution of these countries which are not included in the partnership, or who have obtained a university degree or equivalent by an institution of these countries. This includes the possibility of providing mobility opportunities to African country nationals working in public administration, public and private enterprises.

 

Or European students need either to be registered in a higher education institution (not included in the partnership) of any European country or to have obtained a university degree or equivalent from a higher education institution of any European country.

 

For Master, Doctorate, Post-doctorate.

 

TARGET GROUP 3           

Nationals of Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia who are in particularly vulnerable situations, for social and political reasons. For example:

1) having a refugee status or asylum beneficiaries (international or according to the national legislation of one of the European recipient countries) or

2) it can be proved that they have been the object of unjustified expulsion from university on racial, ethnic, religious, political, gender or sexual inclination or

3) they belong to an indigenous population targeted by a specific national policy or IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons).

 

For Undergraduate, Master, Doctorate, Post-doctorate.

 

IMPORTANT:EUROPEAN STUDENTS ONLY CAN APPLY FOR OFFERS IN AFRICAN PARTNERS UNIVERSITIES AND AFRICAN STUDENTS CAN ONLY APPLY FOR OFFERS IN EUROPEAN PARTNERS UNIVERSITIES

 

TYPE OF MOBILITY

 

Identify yourself as exchange student or degree-seeking student according to the following descriptions and before starting with your application.

 

 

 

The EU Mare Nostrum programs offers places for both exchange students and for degree seeking students. It is necessary to identify clearly both of them:

-          exchange students:a student of Master/Doctorate, and Undergraduates doing only certain months of their study period are TARGET GROUP 1 and are indentified as mobility or exchange candidates.

-          degree seeking students: a student of Master/Doctorate and PhD doing a new and complete period of study abroad are Degree Seeking. If at the moment of applying they are enrolled at their home university, they are TARGET GROUP 1. If at the moment of applying they are not enrolled at their home university, or belong to a university out of the partnership, they belong to TARGET GROUP 2.

The offer you apply for should correspond to a logical progression in your academic evolution. If you are in the first year of a Master program, you should select an offer in the second year of a Master program in the same field of study.  Certain candidates may be in the process of completing a Bachelor and may want to apply for a Master in a different field of study.  This is fine if the motivation letter clearly indicates the reasons and logic of that intention.

 

I.        WHEN AND HOW TO APPLY

The second call for applications starts on December 15th and concludes on 1st March. The application is completed online through the official website of the programme (https://eumarenostrum.um.es). Applicants should complete an online application form clicking on “Call for Applications” and then on “Online Application”. This option will be available during the whole call for applications process.

Once the application form is completed, the applicants will be able to access their application through “Restricted Area” providing the e-mail and the password.

 

II.      DOCUMENTS NECESSARY

Applicants, who wish to apply for a scholarship, should necessarily provide electronic copies of the following documents, depending on the type of scholarship applied.

VERY IMPORTANT: HOW TO PREPARE THE DOCUMENTS

Before you upload your documents into the electronic platform, it is compulsory to check that:

1.       The documents are written in English, Spanish or French, or are accompanied by a translation in any of these languages.

2.       The scanned copies (passport, transcript of records, letter of support etc.) are clear and in compatible formats (PDF, JPEG etc.)

3.       The CV is complete and updated and it includes relevant information about the studies/position applied for. Make sure you use the Europass model (http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/home)

4.       The letter of motivation is personal; it explains what makes you in particular worth to be selected and clearly explains why you apply for the scholarship. Spend some time on your motivation letter, as it is very important. Show that you understand the programme you are applying for and explain how the programme and the courses that you will be following correspond to your goals. Make sure that you mention any work or volunteer experience, publications or other details relevant to the programme chosen. Besides, try to clearly state what your expectations are and how you can contribute to the programme.

5.       The letter of support is personal and directed to you. The person (from your University) who writes it should give his/her reasons why you are a good candidate for the programme, describing your personal or academic achievements.

6.       The research plan (doctorate and post-doctorate) and the working plan (for staff) should be clear and detailed.

DOCUMENTS:

* NECESSARY/COMPULSORY TO APPLY FOR

* OPTIONAL

UNDERGRADUATE

1. Copy of international passport

2. Proof of registration at home university

3. Transcript of records

4. Certificate of language knowledge

5. CV in English (Europass)

6. Letter of Motivation

MASTER

1. Copy of international passport

2. Proof of registration at home university

3. Scanned copy of Bachelor Diploma certificate

4. Transcript of records

5. CV in English (Europass)

6. Certificate of language knowledge

7. Letter of Motivation

8. Letter of Support

DOCTORATE

1. Copy of international passport

2. Proof of registration at home university

3. Scanned copy of Diploma certificates leading to PhD

4. Transcript of records

5. Research plan

6. CV in English (Europass)

7. Certificate of language knowledge

9.  Letter of Motivation

10. Letter of Support

POST-DOCTORATE 

1. Copy of international passport

2. Proof of registration at home university

3. Scanned copy of the PhD certificate

4. Research plan

5. CV in English (Europass)

6.  Certificate of language knowledge

7. Letter of Invitation

8. Letter of Support

STAFF

1. Copy of international passport

2. Proof of registration at home university

3. CV in English (Europass)

 4. Working plan

5. Certificate of language knowledge

6. Letter of Invitation

7. Letter of Support 

Finally, spend enough time to make a good and complete application.

 

 

III.    HOW TO UPLOAD THE DOCUMENTS

To upload the documents to be assessed, applicants should go to “Restricted Area” and enter the “Applicants” section with their e-mail and password. There they will see an area called “documents” where the different documents requested are shown:

 

The red arrow shows a document which has not been uploaded yet; the blue arrow shows a document which has been uploaded and can be erased by the applicant if he/she wishes.

 

IV.    FURTHER INFORMATION

For general and specific information about the programme you can:

·         check the website https://eumarenostrum.um.es

·         or write an e-mail to  eumarenostrum@um.es

 

V.      EU MARE NOSTRUM SCHOLARSHIP

The programme EU MARE NOSTRUM offers the following scholarships for five different types of mobilities: undergraduate, master, PhD, Post-Doctoral and staff.

Undergraduate

Master

PhD

Post-doc

Staff

1.000 €/month

1.000 €/month

1.500 €/month

1.800 €/month

2.500 €/month

 

And the duration of each mobility can also be seen in the following table:

TYPE OF INDIVIDUAL MOBILITY

TARGET GROUP I

TARGET GROUP II

TARGET GROUP III

 

UNDERGRADUATE

From 1 academic semester
to 1 academic year (10 months max.)

Not applicable

From 1 academic semester
to 3 academic years (34 months max.)

 
 

MASTER

From 1 academic semester
to 2 academic years (24 months max.)

From 1 academic semester
to 2 academic years (24 months max.)

From 1 academic semester
to 2 academic years (24 months max.)

 
 

DOCTORATE

6-36 months

6-36 months

6-36 months

 
 

POST DOCTORATE

6-10 months

6-10 months

6-10 months

 
 

STAFF

1-3 months

Not applicable

Not applicable

 
 

 


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