EMSE - an Erasmus Mundus MSc programme
- € 24.000,-
- 5 February 2017
The EMSE curriculum covers a wide range of topics, such as software process management, verification and validation, software design, and requirements engineering, and advanced topics including software quality, distributed systems and development, global software development, embedded systems, and open source software & agile development.
EMSE Consortium offers for the edition 2017/2019 an EMSE scholarship of the amount of 24.000,00 € for PrC candidates and for the following path: First year UKL and second year OY.
This scholarship will cover each annual participation costs and leave to the awarded student a subsistence allowance of 15.500,00 €.
The participation costs cover: European insurance cost, social taxes, cost for one local language course per year and university services according to the local regulations of each university visited (e.g., access to library, computer laboratories, Wi-Fi, Internet, alumni associations, university sport associations).
In order to be admitted, applicants must fulfill the following requirements and provide documents requested:
- Meet the application deadline.
- Indicate the preferred mobility track.
- Have excellent academic background.
- Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their curriculum vitae, academic grades, professional experience, motivation letter explaining their education and professional objectives, and letters of recommendation.
- Have been awarded a BSc in Software Engineering, Computer Science or Computer Engineering or degrees with equivalent skills in the three areas (Software Engineering, Computer Science or Computer Engineering) by an internationally recognized university-level institution.
- Provide proof of proficiency in English language at level B2.2 (CEFR).
- With one or more of the following internationally recognized certificates, issued no more than 5 years before application deadline date: TOEFL (>=567 (paper based), >=227 (computer-based), or >=87 (internet-based)), IELTS (>=6.0) or equivalent certificates.
- For more information regarding “Equivalent certificates”, applicants are advised to check the English certificate conversion With university declaration of undergraduate studies in English: applicants who have received a degree from a university-level institution where the official teaching language is English must submit a declaration issued by the same University stating that English is the official language of the respective program of degree at level B2.2 or equivalent.
- With country of origin certification: applicants who are citizens and first-degree-holders of the following English speaking countries Antigua & Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, Republic of Ireland, Jamaica, Kiribati, Liberia, Mauritius, Micronesia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Trinidad & Tobago, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America, Zambia or Zimbabwe must submit a document attesting their country of origin.
- The consortium may request an assessment of the student’s English level during the selection interview.
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