Once the Executive Board has approved the list of admitted students and of those which will be proposed for Erasmus Mundus Scholarships or any other available funding, and the appropriate reserve lists, the Coordinator will encode the student data on the Funding & Tenders Portal of the European Commission. For each admitted student, the Project Office will generate the fiscal code based on passport data and will transmit it to the relevant offices of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” for enabling the student registration in the university system within the specified registration period.
All applicants will receive written communication informing them of the outcome of their application and of the details and timing of the appeal procedure. For the students placed on the reserve list for scholarship assignment, the notification includes the results of the quality assessment, the information regarding the management / use of the reserve list, and the procedure to follow for an appeal to the selection decision. For the students proposed for an EM scholarship, the notification includes: i) a letter of nomination for the award of the scholarship, conditional to the fulfilment of all formal requirements for the admission to the MASS entrance university; ii) a letter of admission with a clear indication of the study period and of the possible study paths wthin the MASS Consortium; iii) a model of the Student Agreement; iv) practical information on the Programme, the scholarship amount and the Visa and enrollment procedures.
Those applicants proposed for admission will be asked to confirm their intention to enrol to the Master Programme within 1 week from the date of the notification e-mail. They will be asked to provide legalized hard copies of their study certificates for verification purposes. A statement of comparability and the verification of foreign qualifications through the Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence, CIMEA will be necessary to enable the student enrollment to the MASS program. Further information, as well as the insurance documents and card and any other necessary document for the visa application will be provided to the applicants by the Project Office.
The remaining candidates that are selected, but not offered a scholarship because of their lower ranking, are placed on the RESERVE LIST. Candidates on this list might be offered an EMJM scholarship if candidates on the main list drop out or fail to provide a complete application package before the deadline. In such cases the EMJM scholarship will be offered to reserve list candidates in order of ranking and in the respect of the EMJM regulations about the maximum number of scholarships for student either of the same nationality or coming from Erasmus+ targeted (NDICI and IPA) countries. Candidates that are on the RESERVE LIST and that have not been offered a scholarship, will be offered the possibility to participate in the MASS programme as self-funded students, in order of ranking and until the maximum capacity of a total of 30 students per course edition is reached. Invited self-funded participants will have to confirm their intention to enrol the Master Programme within 1 week from the date of the invitation e-mail. They will have to provide legalized hard copies of their study certificates for verification purposes. A statement of comparability and the verification of foreign qualifications through CIMEA will be necessary to enable the student enrollment at the MASS entrance university. Those applicants who decide to participate on own or external funds will receive via e-mail: i) a letter of admission to the MASS programme, conditional to fulfilment of all formal requirements for the admission, with a clear indication of the study period and of the possible study paths within the MASS Consortium; ii) a model of the Student Agreement and iii) the same practical information and insurance package provided to scholarship awardees.
Non-EU applicants admitted to the MASS programme are required to complete a pre-enrollment procedure through Universitaly at https://www.universitaly.it/ as part of the procedure for the visa request. Concerned students will receive via email detailed relevant guidelines.
All applicants accepted for participation in the MASS programme are required to complete the on-line enrollment procedure at the entrance university, the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.
The enrollment procedure consists of the following steps:
Access the website: https://delphi.uniroma2.it/totem/jsp/index.jsp?language=EN;
Select “Student Section”, Point 2 – Registration;
Select “start application procedures”;
Choose the MASS course;
Upload the education qualification;
Select “print”: the system will provide the applicant with the enrollment application and the list of the documents which must be uploaded;
Take note of the CTRL and fiscal codes;
Select in the Students section, key 2 (Registration) – point B “you have already filled out an application”;
Insert the CTRL and fiscal codes;
Upload the following required documents for enrollment:
final academic title
Statement of Comparability issued by the CIMEA;
Transcript issued by the competent university which states the exams passed or the “Diploma Supplement”;
Acceptance letter issued by the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.
Head size passport-photo (The photo must be frontal, without any extraneous elements to the person – File size: maximum 500kb – File format: JPG)
Passport and study visa
Pre-enrollment application, to be downloaded from https://www.universitaly.it/ (only for non EU-applicants applying for the visa)
It is necessary to upload a pdf file for each document.
Enrolled students will receive their student registration number upon arrival at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and will finalize in person their registration at the relevant university offices with the assistance of a member of the local MASS staff.
In order to comply with mobility regulations for EMJM scholarship holders, the Project Office will verify the place of residence of the students at enrolment stage on the basis of the provision of:
A residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate’s municipality normal registration rules;
or a certificate from the candidate’s place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question.
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