Pre-selection and admission to our Master Economics programme is made on the basis of combined factors including academic excellence, motivation statement, English test score, prior experience if any. The admissions process involves a holistic review of each applicant's entire files. No particular factor is assigned a fixed weight; rather, the process involves an assessment of each individual applicant's talents, achievements and potential to succeed in the programme.
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Motivations. Statment of Purpose explaining your reasons for applying, background, your intentions after this degree your Preferred mobility and if you apply to the Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
Any relevant publications, dissertation or project work, if any.
Two (2) reference letters.
Extra notice: The selection committee may take into account the reputation of the the institution from which the applicant graduated.
The selection Committee review and assign a ranking the applications by "A", "B" or "C". The significance of these letters is as follows:
The applicants will be notified about the result of the evaluation by email only.
Applicants awarded a Consortium Scholarship are notified after being assigned a ranking "A".
Applicants eligible for and awarded an Erasmus Scholarship are notified by the consortium university they have applied to.
For information on other sources of funding, see here.