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College of Europe Scholarships for university graduates coming from European Neighbourhood Policy countries 2018, Belgium and Poland

Deadline:

January 17, 2018

Disciplines:

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The College of Europe offers a large number of scholarships to university graduates coming from European Neighbourhood Policy countries for graduate (MA, Master’s) studies at the College of Europe during the academic year 2018-2019.

 

These scholarships cover academic expenses, accommodation, meals and travel costs.

 

The countries concerned are: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.

 

After the deadline (17th of January 2018), all applications will be evaluated by the study departments at the College of Europe and a pre selection will be made. Preselected candidates will be invited for an interview with the Professors/assistants of the department(s) they have applied for. The final decisions on admission and scholarships will be taken after all interviews of the candidates from the ENP countries. Candidates will be contacted by email.

 

To APPLY and for more information click "Further official information: link to original" below this announcement.

 

Application instructions

 

All applicants to the College must hold a relevant university degree. Candidates must submit a formal application for admission, which consists of an online application.

 

Applications need to be submitted with all the requested supporting documents before the closing date. All applicants, including students who do not apply for a scholarship, must indicate their selection committee (in principle according to their nationality) in the application form.

Should there be no selection committee, please select 'No selection committee - College of Europe'. This does not apply to MATA applicants (Master in Transatlantic Affairs).

 

Recommendation letters are in the form of online recommendation questionnaires that are automatically sent to your nominated referees via email through your online application.

 

In the online application under sections "Reference 1" and "Reference 2" you have to indicate who your 2 referees are. Once you completed the referee contact information and clicked on the "send reference request" button your referees will receive an automatic email with a link leading to the reference form that they need to complete and submit.  

 

The reference form exists out of 2 parts. The 3 required fields of part 1 have to be completed.  Part 2 can be completed and/or your referee can choose to upload a reference letter which he/she can upload at the bottom of the reference form.

 

When the referee has submitted his/her reference form you will be informed automatically by email.  Deadline date for the referee to submit the reference form is the 1st of February 2018.  Please note that the Admissions Office is not authorized to accept references sent by email either from the applicant or directly from the referee.

 

In case the referee does not receive your request by email please advise him/her to check his/her spam/junk folder.  If the message is not in that folder then try to resend your request.  If that does not work please contact the Admissions Office.

 

In order to complete the online application, you will need among others the following information/documents:

  • title of degree(s) already obtained: start and end date (university, faculty, etc.)

  • title of degree(s) to be obtained: start and end date (university, faculty, etc.)

  • other academic activities

  • professional experience: type, employer, start and end date, job title

  • language knowledge (French, English and other), level see language requirements pages

  • motivation (max 600 words)

  • interest in and experience with EU and Transatlantic Affairs (max 600 words) - for MATA applicants only!  

  • Names and e-mail addresses of 2 professors (who taught you at university and can assess your performance) in order for you to send a reference request to them via the online application system

  • CV in Europass format

  • copy of your university degree(s) - document(s) in the original language and translation into English or French (if you are not yet in possession of your final degree, please send it by email as soon as it is available)

  • transcript(s) from your University, Faculty, School, detailing results for every year of your studies and grades obtained - document(s) in the original language and translation into English or French

  • passport or national identity card

  • passport photo

Please upload your documents in PDF format only (JPG and PNG only when specified).

If applicable, please contact your selection committee to know if other documents are required.

 

Academic Requirements

 

All applicants to the College of Europe must hold a relevant university degree. Admission to the College of Europe requires either a Bologna Master's degree, or a pre-Bologna equivalent degree, or a final university degree and at least 240 ECTS credits acquired in the course of one's university studies. Holders of a Bachelor degree are also eligible provided they demonstrate strong qualification in relation to the academic programme for which they apply.

Equivalence will be determined on the basis of objective criteria.

For more detailed information on the academic requirements per study department please consult the following links:

  • European Economic Studies

  • European Interdisciplinary Studies

  • EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies

  • European Legal Studies

  • European Political and Governance Studies


    Accepted Language Tests and Diplomas

     

There are specific language requirements at the College of Europe, Bruges campus and Natolin campus.

 

We prefer students to obtain external language certificates. All international language certificates are accepted as long as they indicate the Council of Europe's levels.

 

Students may, if not in possession of a language certificate, also supply a university certificate or a recommendation letter written by a language professor or teacher referring to the applicant's language levels in relation to the Council of Europe levels.

 

We accept all language certificates from universities, language schools and testing organizations, as long as the language level is shown clearly.

 

The College of Europe can recommend the following international language tests:

 

English

  • IELTS

  • University of Cambridge

  • TOEFL

We accept TOEFL certificates as long as students show that the level corresponds to the College requirements for the programme being applied for.

 

Please note that if your TOEFL/IELTS qualification runs out before you begin at the College in September, you do not have to retake the test if the expiry date falls within a reasonable period which would allow you to be considered as an applicant.

 

French

  • Diplômes de l'Alliance française

  • DELF / DALF

  • Test de Connaissance du français (TCF):

  • Certificat de Francais Juridique de la Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Paris

It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure all materials are submitted online. Applications which are not complete, i.e. including all required uploads, cannot be submitted and will not be reviewed.

To APPLY and for more information click "Further official information: link to original" below this announcement.

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