The Università degli Studi di Ferrara in Italy announces a call for applications to enrol in the “Quaternary and Prehistory” International Master (IMQP) for the academic year 2017/2018
The Master is made in ground on the partnership between the following higher education institutions: Università degli Studi di Ferrara, (Italy) – Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris (France), Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarrragona (Spain) and Instituto Politécnico de Tomar (Portugal).
The selected students will be enrolled in the first year of the master’s course in “Quaternary and Prehistory” and they will be required to pay registration fees (1.500 €/year). The training is scheduled for 2 years and award the joint degree signed by all the partners Institutions representatives.
The partners institutions have applied to the new call “Key Action 1 – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EAC/A05/2017)” and, if the project is funded, the ranking list issued by this call will be used for the EACEA scholarships attribution.
Worth of Award
- EACEA scholarships for Partners Countries students: the amount of the Erasmus Mundus grant for partner country students will be of 33.000 € (for the two years) according to the Erasmus + programme.
- Additional scholarships will be founded by the IMQP Consortium for the programme country students; the amount will be defined on the basis of the mobility destinations and the research programme of the student.
- The selected students will be enrolled in the first year of the Master’s Course in “Quaternary and Prehistory” and they will be required to pay registration fees (1000 €/year). The tuition fees are equal for European and not European students.
The call for applications is open to each graduate student who:
- has already obtained one of the higher education degrees listed below, or a foreign higher education degree which is legally equivalent:
a degree obtained after a higher education course of at least three years length, in one of the following disciplines:
history + literature (letters), biological sciences, heritage studies, communication, earth sciences, education, environmental sciences, history, tourism, conservation and restoration, cultural and ethnological anthropology, archaeology, geography, tourism management, education management, natural sciences, geology, ancient history, information studies (techniques and methods).
- has a knowledge of English or French language at least equivalent to FCE – First Certificate level of Cambridge Certification System for English and to DELF level of French Ministry of National Education for French (B2 level of Council of Europe).
How to Apply
Apply online via their website. Please see link below.
Deadline: applications close 11 May 2018 – H. 17,00 (ITALIAN TIME)