The European Masters in Lifelong Learning: Policy and Management
Deadline: 16 January 2012
Open to: Students from Third-Country
Scholarships are worth €48,000 which covers two-year tuition fee of Euro 16,000 and living allowances to study the MALLL programme.The European Commission offers a limited number of Erasmus Mundus Category A scholarships for third country (non-EU) students. The number of applications by third country students must be limited to a maximum of three Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses. Erasmus Mundus provides a response to the challenges of globalisation faced by European higher education today, in particular the need to adapt education systems to the demands of the knowledge society, to enhance the attractiveness and visibility of European higher education worldwide and to stimulate the process of convergence of degree structures across Europe. The programme’s aim is to promote European higher education, to help improve and enhance the career prospects of students and to promote intercultural understanding through cooperation with third countries, in accordance with EU external policy objectives in order to contribute to the sustainable development of third countries in the field of higher education
The European Commission offers a limited number of Erasmus Mundus Category A scholarships for third country (non-EU) students. Category A scholarships can be awarded to students from all countries other than the 27 EU member states and EEA/EFTA states: Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and the Swiss Confederation. If you want to find out that your country is considered to be a ‘third-country’, click here.
Mobility tracks for batch 6 (2011-2013)
In the academic year 2011-2012, all MALLL students in batch 6 will study the first year at the Institute of Education, University of London. Both self-funded and scholarship European students can opt to study one module of the second semester in July-August 2012 at Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia. The third semester will be at Deusto University, Spain. For the fourth semester, students can choose between the three European universities to write their thesis.
Mobility tracks for batch 7 (2012-2014)
In the academic year 2012-2014, all MALLL students with Erasmus Mundus in batch 7 will study the first year at the Danish School of Education in Copenhagen, Denmark. Both self-funded and scholarship European students can opt to study one module of the second semester in July-August 2013 at Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia. The third semester will be at Deusto University, Spain. For the fourth semester, students can choose between the three European universities to write their thesis.
The applicants who are not selected for the scholarships will receive notification by email in March 2012.
The scholarship applicants on the main list and reserve list will receive the final results of their applications in early May 2012 after the Consortium has received the final selection approval from the European Commission.
When a main list student withdraws, he/she is replaced by the first eligible candidate on the reserve list. In this particular case, the eligibility criterion concerns the nationality of the reserve list candidate and the rule concerning the presence of a maximum of two nationals from the same country among the scholarship holders for a given category. If there are already two other students with the same nationality on the main list, the consortium will have to take the next eligible candidate respecting its own ranking list in line with the European Commission regulations.Eligibility
Category A scholarships can be awarded to third-country masters students selected by EMMC consortia who come from a country other than a European country and who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, training or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of these countries.
Scholarship candidates must have already obtained a first higher education degree or demonstrate a recognised equivalent level of learning according to national legislation and practices (Individuals who have already benefited from an EMMC scholarship are not eligible for a second scholarship in order to follow the same or another EMMC).
How to apply
Your application including the following documents must arrive at the Danish School of Education in Copenhagen by the above deadline:Application form
(This list will be updated by September 2011).
Certified copies of academics transcripts (Translated into English).
English language proficiency test certificate.
An academic qualification essay based on research literature on any aspect of lifelong learning.
One passport-size photograph
Two recommendation letters from former/current supervisors of which one must be academic referee.
MA LLL Administration
The Danish School of Education
Room A 124
2400 Copenhagen NV
T: +45 8888 9000
E: email@example.com (for students)
E: MALLLfirstname.lastname@example.org (for visiting scholars)
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