GLODEP - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in International Development Studies
- Partially Funded
- 15 March 2017
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in International Development Studies (GLODEP) is a two-year multidisciplinary master program in development studies, with an economic grounding and policy perspective. GLODEP has a fixed structure: first semester at Palacky University (Olomouc, Czech Republic), second semester at the University of Auvergne (Clermont-Ferrand, France) and third semester at the University of Pavia (Pavia, Italy). The fourth semester is dedicated to an internship or research stay, preferably with one of the fourteen associated partners of the consortium and to thesis writing.
The aim of GLODEP is to prepare professionals in the field of development policy and practice. GLODEP provides the students with comprehensive knowledge and skills to analyze development issues and to design and promote development policies at national, regional and international levels. GLODEP has two defining features. First, it links the areas of development studies and development economics, offering insights from economics and other fields, such as geography, environmental studies, and political science. Second, the applied character of the program is reflected in the course contents where the policy (project) dimension is emphasized.
The program provides the students with an opportunity to obtain:
multi-disciplinary knowledge of development issues, grounded in development studies and development economics; ability to analyze development problems and to design and promote development policies and projects for the specific context of a developing area or a sector; ability to work in an international environment and in multi- and inter-disciplinary teams, and communicate to a non-expert audience.
GLODEP International Development Studies is open for candidates with an undergraduate degree preferably in areas relevant to the program, such as development studies, geography, economics, international relations and sociology. The program seeks candidates with excellent academic results, strong interest in international development and proficiency in English.
You are eligible to apply if you have completed at least a 180 ECTS bachelor degree. While the Program is open to candidates from various academic backgrounds, the relevance of the previous studies will be considered as part of the academic merits within the selection process. Therefore, previous studies in areas relevant to the Program (such as development studies, geography, economics, international relations and sociology) will score higher.
Minimum level of English skills: TOEFL – at least 79 points; IELTS – at least 6.5 points. Other comparable certificates indicating required level of English language may be accepted in exceptional circumastances (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS certificate is not available in both candidate’s country of origin and country of residence)
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EMJMD Scholarship Holders The EMJMD scholarhip (20 students) will be offered to candidates based on their results from the admission process, subject to EMJMD nationality/geographical restrictions. The EMJMD scholarship includes: student participation costs (paid directly to the Consortium); contribution to student travel and installation costs and subsistence allowance for the duration of the program (paid to the Scholarship Holder). * Programme Countries: member states of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Contribution to subsistence costs will not be given to scholarship holders for the periods of the program (study and research/internship) held in their country of residence. ** Partner Countries: other countries which are not considered as Programme Countries. Contribution to subsistence costs will not be given to scholarship holders for the periods of the program (study and research/internship) held in their country of residence, nor to scholarship holders from a Partner Country for a period of the program which exceeds three months spent in any Partner Country.
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