Applications to the 6th edition of the AMIR Master Programme (2022-2024) are now open, with the deadline at midnight (CET) on Tuesday 22nd March 2022 - Deadline extended until Friday 25th March (23:59 CET) for all applications created on or before the 22nd March. New applications requested from the 23rd March onwards will not be validated.
Students requiring a visa to study in the European Union are strongly encouraged to apply during this application period, and will be discouraged from applying to any possible later periods (as yet undecided). That way successful candidates will receive their acceptance letters around late April, leaving them enough time to apply and obtain their visa before the beginning of 1st year classes in September.
The study paths are somewhat complicated: Candidates who are awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship are limited to a choice of 6 'tracks', i.e. combinations of year 1 and 2 universities. These will be apparent in the application form. There will be an equal number (and limited number) of places available in each of these tracks. Candidates rank their 3 preferred tracks.
Candidates not selected for Erasmus Mundus can choose from any of the 3 year one options (choices are guaranteed - no ranking is required) and then any of the 3 year 2 options, which must be ranked in order of preference. The full list of modules offered at each partner university is available at www.amir-master.com/programme.
The AMIR programme aims to ensure some balance between the number of students at each partner university, in particular in year 2, for this reason only the strongest candidatures following evaluation will be granted their first choices.
For further details about fees and scholarships, as well as supporting documents to be uploaded and the application process in general, please first visit the relevant pages at www.amir-master.com. Candidates may also contact firstname.lastname@example.org in case of additional questions or doubts.