QUICK STEPS TO KNOW/APPLY FOR ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP
- EM = Erasmus Mundus
- EMMC = Erasmus Mundus Master Course
What you should know:
- EM is given ONLY to pursue Master Degree (S2). No scholarship for S1 or high school.
- To apply for EM, you should be a Bachelor (S1) graduate. You may apply before graduate, as long as you graduate before the program starts.
- TOEFL/IELTS score, deadlines, work experience, recommendation letter, which university participating in the program are examples of program-specific information.
Please check the program’s website directly.
- Should you have any questions about the website content, please direct your question to the contact person’s email listed in the website.
Quick steps to apply for EM:
- Visit http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/mundus/projects/index_en.html
- Choose the program that you are interested in. To see the description, list of courses, type of study (course-based / research), check the specific website for each program.
- Go to the specific website for each program and read all information there, all you need to apply (the requirements, when to apply, where to send, what documents are needed) is in the website. Read it carefully.
Most people do not want to spend time for reading so that they asked questions for which the answer is written in the program’s website. Don’t be such a person!!
Tips on how to get scholarships:
- Pay attention of all the details and be sure that you ask “smart question” (don’t ask for something that has been listed in the website)
- Don’t bargain with the requirements.
If it says International TOEFL, don’t change it with Institutional TOEFL / ITP / Prediction TOEFL / TOEIC / EPT.
But it’s expensive? Yes you are exactly right.
But it’s you who need the scholarship, right?
The consortium reserves the right to give the scholarship to anyone – who satisfies and obeys the requirements. Bear it in your mind.
- Don’t say you can’t read so much information in the website.
If so, then how can you deal with the quality of education in Europe?
- Don’t say you don’t understand the information in English.
Then, how can you pass the English test?
- (For warnet users) Don’t say you don’t have time to read so much information.
Well, if you open Facebook/Friendster oftenly, then you should re-think about this point.
- Try to be independent, find as much as information that you need before asking someone else (Google is a great place).
- Don’t be a plagiator: asking for someone’s motivation letter/SOP/essay; then simply change the name and some details; and voilaaa, you have the document under your name.
If so, then how you can write your thesis? Just imagine that motivation letter is your first exam. If you can’t create your writing, then sorry, EM’s education level needs someone who can create something and also write about it, not just a copy-cat.
- Don’t say “please send me updated information about this scholarship”.
Some on, who are you and who am I?
If you need something to eat, strive for it..
If you need scholarship information, search for it..