Frequently asked questions
Applications must be submitted by using the online Application Form available on the MASS website (Application menu). The application form will remain accessible from the publication of the call for applications until the application deadline. Before filling in the application form, applicants should check carefully the eligibility criteria and the list of required documents (Eligibility and Application Submission items of the Application menu).
Applications shall not be considered if they are incomplete and/or are not hand-signed.
For the Master course starting in 2023, the deadline for applications is March 3rd, 2023 at 23:59 Central European Summer Time (UTC + 2).
In order to be eligible:
- Applicants who do not need a visa to study in Italy (the country where all MASS students spend their first semester) must hold their Bachelor’s degree at latest by the end of July of the starting year of the Master course.
- Applicants who need a visa to Italy must hold their Bachelor’s degree at latest by the end of June of the starting year of the Master course.
Applicants are requested to submit a proof of proficiency in the English language out of those listed on the MASS website under Application -> Eligibility -> Language prerequisites.
Native English speakers are exempt from such a proof.
Applicants who have attended their previous university studies entirely in English need to present a certificate issued by their university of origin stating that they carried out their study program entirely in English (certificate of medium of instruction).
By submitting the application for admission to the MASS Master course, the applicant participates in the selection for the award of an EMJM scholarship, too. There is no separate application for the scholarship.
No, this is not possible. Applicants who already obtained an Erasmus Mundus or EMJMD scholarship in the past are not eligible for a new one.
No, there is no limit to the number of Erasmus Mundus courses that can be applied for at the same time.
Applicants will be notified about the outcome of their application during the month of April following the application deadline.
The first semester lectures start at the end of September, however admitted students are asked to arrive at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” already by September 15th to take part in the welcome and information week, which is part of the Master course.
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