CWCN - Crossways in Cultural Narratives, Erasmus Mundus Masters
- Fully Funded
- January 20, 2017
Since 2005 Crossways in Cultural Narratives has been one of the few EU approved and funded ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters programmes to specialise in traditional humanities with a modern languages background, taking European Identities and European cultures as its theme.
The Crossways in Cultural Narratives Master students follow a mobile study itinerary over 2 years. They study in 2 or 3 European universities chosen from among the ten making up the Crossways Consortium.
The Final Crossways Master Degree takes the form of a multiple degree, which means
one Diploma Supplement issued by the coordinating university and listing all your academic achievements during the programme in accordance with the Bologna standards three fully-recognized "national" Master degree certificates issued by the universities where you have studied (as associate members, UNER and UIA deliver certificates of study, but not degrees) a Crossways parchment.
The Master's programme is open to students who have:
- successfully completed an undergraduate degree in the field of Arts, Languages or Social Sciences; particularly a Modern Languages Degree (e.g. language, literature, thought and cultural studies programmes of a high, specialised level relating to one or more of the following: Britain, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain – or Europe as a whole)
- have an attested level of First Class or 2:1 Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (or equivalent)
- are among the top 5-10 students of their year
- possess a near-native, degree-level command of TWO of the following European Languages: English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, and Spanish – together with a basic knowledge of, or a willingness to acquire, a THIRD European language.
The TOEFL® test is a popular option for students to meet the English-language requirements for scholarships.
EU scholarships are available to both European and non-European students and scholars for the 2016-2018 round. Scholarships Table Category A scholarships Category B scholarships I Contribution to travel costs € 2000 or € 3000 per year for travel costs depending on the distance from Perpignan (less than 4000km or more) € 3000 per year II Contribution to installation, visa related costs and any other type of costs € 1000 III Maximum contribution to the EMMC participation costs (including insurance coverage) € 3500 / semester (7000€/year) € 1750 / semester (3500€/year) IV Monthly allowance € 1000 / month € 1000 / month
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