Yes, this is possible in case you obtained your bachelor degree at one of the participating IMBRSea Main Partner Universities. Explore with your international office when and how to apply. Keep in mind that in this case you cannot study your first semester at this university.
In some cases they do! In case you wish to study at the same university in semester 1 and semester 3, you will not be able to apply for an Erasmus Mobility grant for the third semester.
The exact amount depends on the university where you apply for a grant and depends on the university you plan to go to. Grants are normally awarded for 1 semester (3 months). Amounts range between 200 and 400 euro per month.
Specialization tracks within IMBRSea define also your mobility possibilities in the programme. By the start of the first academic year (1 October) you have to decide your specialization track. Once it is decided you can no longer make changes to it. The specialization track is mentioned on the final diploma and diploma supplement.
In principle no! Once an application is submitted, the reviewing process will start. In case you uploaded a wrong document or you have an additional supporting document relating to your studies, you can still send it to the coordination office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with mentioning clearly your Unique application number.
Theoretically it is possible. However there are procedures and agreements to be put up by all the members of the consortium and the applicant should provide valid and sufficient reasons why they cannot attend. Please consult the coordinator for further advice.
Unfortunately, the Erasmus Mundus scholarship is for two years and students who could not secure a scholarship and are enrolled in their first year do not qualify to re-apply for a scholarship only for the second year.
Yes, the English test is required by the time the regsitration at the University starts. Applicants that are not in possession of a proof of English proficiency can simply indicate their level of expertise in their CV using the guidelines provided in the Europass template. In case, by the start of the academic year, proof can not be shown, you can still be expelled from the programme. Acceptance in this case remains thus conditional until proof is submitted!
Am I eligible to apply if I do not have my Bachelor’s diploma (or equivalent education certificate) at the time of application?
Yes, applicants graduating before September are eligible to apply. Admitted students need to hand in their degree certificate (diploma and diploma supplement) as soon as they receive it. Note that admission for this group of students will be conditional. The degree certificate (or other relevant graduation documents) must be sent to the IMBRSea coordination office at the latest by the end of August. If you expect to graduate later, you cannot be admitted to the programme this year but are welcome to apply for the next year.
In my country the ECTS credit system is not used and the grading system is different from Europe. How will my previous education be evaluated?
There are indeed a large number of different grading systems used in different countries. The IMBRSea selection committee consists of people who have sufficient background in evaluating the diverse gradin systems. Note that the programme and participating universities have a long-lasting experience in this matter.
As a self-funded student you will be able to pay the fee of the first year in two installments. After completion of the first academic year you will be invited to pay the fee for the second year. This second year fee should be paid in one installment.
After being accepted to the programme, you will receive the request to pay the first part of the participation fee of year 1 of 1000 euro. Only after payment of this part your place in IMBRSea at the starting university will be secured. The second part of the participation fee should be paid by 1 August of the year in which you start the programme.
The fee for the second academic year should be paid prior to 1 August again, once you have succesfully completed your first year.
During your thesis, organized during the fourth semester, you are enrolled at Ghent University. Depending on where you studied during your third semester, you may also be enrolled at the third semester University. Thesis insurance is covered by your enrollment at Ghent University.