level I (prerequisite: Bachelor of Arts or Science)

level I (prerequisite: Bachelor of Arts or Science)

 

 

requirements

 

 

The requirements for the admission to the Joint Master Course in MSP are:

 

> proof that the applicant has successfully accomplished a Bachelor's degree of higher education or three years University education. Preferred Bachelor's degree subjects are: Architecture, Planning, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Engineering (logistics and transports, management, environmental), Economy and Political Sciences, Biology, Law, Information technologies and Communications

 

> teaching language is English. Fluency in English language at least according to the C1 level of the European reference scheme for language skills, or TOEFL score of minimum 550 (or equivalent) is required. The Management Board will not need any proof of English language proficiency if English was the teaching language of the previous Degree. Basic knowledge of one of the other languages (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese) used by the Consortium will be positive evaluated by the Management Board.

 

> a letter of motivation stating the applicant’s interest in the study program;

 

> a copy of the Identity document (ID or passport).

 

 

 The Joint Master Course in MSP is designed for:

> applicants (from Third countries and from Europe) with a Bachelor's degree of higher education or three years University education. If a candidate is in process of obtaining the Bachelor degree, the applicant can apply for the admission presenting a letter, written by the university, stating the expected date of graduation and a detail transcript of records. The applicant has to present all the other required documents.

 

> individuals who have already benefited from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship are not eligible for a second scholarship.

 

> since the Joint Master Course may receive EACEA funds, applicants can apply to a maximum of three Erasmus Mundus programmes and are required to specify in their application form if they have applied to other EM courses.

 

> EU-regulations that are installed to ensure a geographical balance of the selected students require that no more than three students from the same country can be awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.

 

 

 

for more information

Joint Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning

Secretariat at University Iuav of Venice

 

Daniele Zecchinato

tel. +39 041 257 1395

 

erasmusmundus.msp@iuav.it

 

scientific coordinators

Francesco Musco

francesco.musco@iuav.it

 

Elena Gissi

elena.gissi@iuav.it

 

Juan L Suįrez de Vivero

vivero@us.es

 

Helena Calado

calado@uac.pt

 

 

 

 

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