Please read carefully the admission criteria and the application guidelines, as well as the eligibility criteria for EMJMD scholarships and application conditions for self-funded candidates before submitting the application form online. Additional information is available in our FAQ section.
The application call for a scholarship to join our Master Program in Neuroscience Neurasmus is now over !
The calendar of the selection for the next period is as follows: 1st round selection current January, 2nd round selection (including Skype intervews) in Feburary and the final results to be published at the end of March.
Instructions for applying without a scholarship:
The application call is still open to self-funded candidate (read more).
The application system will be open to self-funded candidates from Dec. 11th 2018 to Feb. 28th 2019.
Submission deadline: 28/02/2019.
For any question, please contact our Helpdesk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Excellent proficiency in English is required. As the classes are taught in English, candidates must meet the required standards...
The test must have been completed no more than two years before the course starts. Please note that Primary and Secondary Education certificates or 1-year exchange programme documentation are not accepted as English certificates.
For the edition 2019-2021, Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) scholarships are offered to Partner country applicants (PaC) and to Programme country applicants (PrC).Read more
The Neurasmus Program welcomes each year a max. number of 20 students. According to the number of scholarships delivered by theEuropean Commission each year, a few places will be available under the Self-funding scheme. The number of places is published by early February each year.Read more
The selection campaign is in two rounds.
The 1st round is a preselection stage. Applications are reviewed and ranked according to the following criteria: academic grades, motivation, references and English proficiency.
In case your application is among the best ranked and thus selected for the second selection round, you will be contacted by the Selection Committee for a final face-to-face interview through the Internet.
Candidates applying for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree scholarship: interviews will be performed between the last week of January and the first week of February; Candidates applying under a self-funding scheme: interviews will be performed during March/April.
All the applicants have the right to appeal the decision of the Selection Committee regarding their eligibility to the programme. Appeals (only duly signed letters will be taken into consideration) can be submitted by email as pdf attachments to the Neurasmus Coordination Office's email; always within 1 week after publication of the selection results.
After revision of the application documents, status and procedures the appeal is considered and the applicant duly replied and informed by the Neurasmus Consortium Board Of Education (BoE).
Official application results for the admission exercise are expected to be available in May. Applicants will be notified of the application results by email once it is available. Results will NOT be released through any telephone enquiries.
The Neurasmus Selection is a fair competitive process. Due to the limited places available and the high number of applications, the Selection Committee has to be very selective. However, in case of non-selection and if you have grounds to believe that your application file, although complete, has not been processed through the selection procedure, you may ask for further details by writing directly to the Neurasmus Head Office: email@example.com
Neurasmus has been chosen as a Success Story & Good Practice Example from the 14 best projects out of 377 Erasmus Mundus projects.
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