The European Commission offers Erasmus Mundus master’s scholarship on Dynamics of cultural landscape, heritage, memory and conflictualities (DYCLAM) in Europe this 2020.
DYCLAM + is an original and unique European university training program labelled ERASMUS + offering students an educational path at Jean Monnet University (France, semester 1), at the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar (Portugal, semester 2), at Babes Bolyai University (Romania, semester 3), Federico II University of Naples (Italy, semester 4 and off-site courses) and many associated partners.
At the end of these two years of study and mobility, students will have the knowledge and skills essential to work in NGOs (Europa Nostra, Blue Shield, Traditions for tomorrow…), international institutions for the enhancement, expertise and safeguarding of heritage and the cultural landscape (UNESCO, IUCN, ICOMOS, etc.), in local authorities, heritage sites or private companies (ICONEM).
Worth of Award
European aid includes;
- Full coverage of the costs of participation in the DYCLAM + training, a monthly grant of 1000 euros per month for 24 months and a travel allowance and installation costs.
- The travel allowances paid depend on your place of residence. The residence certificate issued by your town hall or your employer’s certificate will be used as the basis for the kilometric calculation.
- 1,000 euros per year for students resident in one of the EU countries
- 2,000 euros per year for travel costs + 1,000 euros for installation costs for non-European scholarship students whose main residence is located less than 4,000 km from Saint-Etienne.
- 3,000 euros per year for travel expenses + 1,000 euros for installation costs for non-European scholarship students whose main residence is located 4,000 km or more from Saint-Etienne
- Applicants must have a license level (180 ECTS) or an equivalent diploma.
- Candidates can come from courses in human and social sciences, life and earth sciences, architecture, humanities, law, physics, geopolitics, chemistry, tourism, heritage, arts, landscape, engineering, design.
- Students in the course of validation of license, having already obtained at least 150 ECTS, will be able to apply but will not be finally admitted unless they justify passing their exam before the end of July preceding the start of the school year.
- Applicants are admitted after analysis of their application by the jury on the following criteria: quality and consistency of the course, motivation for the lessons given, nature of any professional experience, consistency and relevance of the professional project, ability to work as a team in a spirit of collaborative learning.
- Particular attention will be paid to the cover letter, it should explain all of the above criteria and properly present the student’s project.
How to Apply
The admission procedure is on file. This must include:
- A detailed CV in French or English, EUROPASS format, with photos
- Certified photocopy, certified French or English translation, of the diploma required to register for an Erasmus Mundus JMD master’s degree or equivalent
- A certified copy of the Baccalaureate
- Certified transcripts, certified French or English translation certified
- The certificate of the level of language in French (DALF C1 in French) and in English (IELTS 6, TOEFL ITP 550, TOEFL IBT at least 90, TOEIC at least 650)
- Two letters of recommendation in French or English
- A detailed motivation letter from the candidate (word processor) written in French or English
- A copy of your certified identity document/passport
- A copy of your birth certificate (translated into French or English)
- A residence certificate issued by your town hall or your employer’s certificate proving your current place of residence
- the registration form completed and signed.
- Please note maximum size of files sent by email: 5MB
- The registration file and attachments must be sent in electronic format via their website.
Please note: any attachment to the file will be kept by the DYCLAM + Training Consortium.
Deadline: applications must be sent on or before March 4, 2020 (midnight French time).