First Round Deadline:

22 January 2018

Second Round Deadline:

19 March 2018

How to Apply

The call for applications for the academic year 2018/2019 is now open.

First Round Deadline: 22 January 2018
Second Round Deadline: 19 March 2018

In order to submit your application, please carefully read the admission criteria and follow the steps below:

 
 

STEP 1 - Application processing fee

In order for your application to be considered it is mandatory that you pay the application processing fee of 50 (fifty) Euro by one of the following methods:

  • Secure Online Payment System
  • Bank transfer to the following bank account only if the method above is not available to you:

    Beneficiary: Centro Interuniversitario Europeo per i Diritti Umani e la Democratizzazione

    Bank: Banca Prossima

    Bank address: Piazza Paolo Ferrari, 10 - 20121 Milano


    For money transfer between the countries included in the SEPA Region (Single Euro Payments Area):

    IBAN code (International Bank Account Number): IT19U 03359 01600 1000 000 16008

    BIC/SWIFT : BCITITMX


    For money transfer from countries not included in the SEPA Region:

    ABI Code: 03359 - CAB Code: 01600

    Bank account: C/C: 1000 000 16008

    BIC/SWIFT: BCITITMX

    Please include the following transfer description:

    • Name and surname of the applicant for whom the payment is made (IMPORTANT: make sure this information is clearly indicated if the payment is made through the bank account of a relative or friend)
    • European Master's Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation
    • APPLICATION PROCESSING FEE

In case of technical problems with the above methods of payment, please contact Ms. Dania Ferrarese.

Once you have completed the payment of the processing fee, please make an electronic copy of your receipt of payment and upload it to the application form (STEP 2).

 
 

STEP 2 - Online Application form

Only applications submitted through the form provided through the form below will be accepted.

The entire application, including your statement of motivation and the CV, has to be presented in English. Please also include a non-certified English translation of the required proofs, if the original certificates were not issued in English, French, Spanish or Italian.

If you intend to apply for EIUC’s financial support as a precondition for participating in the EMA programme, please be informed that very few grants or tuition waivers are available. If you request this as a precondition for your participation, you are likely to only be considered for admission if a grant is available.

For any problem concerning your submission, please contact the EMA Secretariat.

For clarification on the letters of reference and English language certificates please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions section of our website.

Online Application Form

All fields with asterisk (*) are mandatory

Application Processing Fee:

Personal Information:

Academic Background:

University Degree

Applicants are required to hold a university degree of a high standard in a field relevant to human rights, including disciplines in law, social sciences, and the humanities, and must have a minimum of 180 ECTs credits (Bachelor/General degree).

Please indicate the applicable qualification(s):

For each degree please specify the following data (list the most recent degree first):

Degree Title Field of Study Granting Institution City, Country Duration of course (number of academic years) Date (beginning/ completion) ECTS*

*ECTS= European Credit Transfer System. If your degree/title is expressed with a different credit scale please do not include it in the table but provide conversion criteria in a letter to be uploaded with your degree certificate; this is especially valid for non-EU degrees.

Additional Human Rights Courses

Course Title Field of Study Granting Institution City, Country Duration of course Dates (beginning/ completion)

Languages

Fluency in English is an admission requirement to the programme. Please upload your most recent English language certificate(s) obtained in the last 3 years (accepted certificates are the Cambridge First Certificate/Advanced/Proficiency, TOEFL or IELTS)

NB: If you have not obtained any certificate in the last three years, please give evidence of your fluency in English. Even in this case please note that, if selected, you will have to submit one of the accepted certificates mentioned above by 31 August 2016. 

Work and Practical Experience

Please list any verifiable human rights-related work experience, whether paid or voluntary (list the most recent experience first):

Position Insitution/Employer City, Country From Till

Publications

List title, date and information for any human rights-related publications you have authored, including any relevant thesis.

Motivation:

Briefly outline your motivation and interest to participate in the E.MA programme.
Please also indicate the topic that you would like to develop in your E.MA Master’s thesis. MAXiMUM 500 Words.  

References

Please upload 2 reference letters (at least one academic):

Financial Aid

Do you request financial support as a precondition for participation in the EMA Programme?
Please be informed that very few grants or tuition waivers are available. If you request this as a precondition for your participation, you are likely to only be considered for admission if a grant is available.

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