Therefore a Master Course where both students and scholars can participate in several modules in different countries of the European Union and in the Third-Country associated member institutions is offered.
Scholarship Requirements - Students
Admission to the course is available for students, who have obtained a first degree awarded by a higher education institution, and for scholars (academics) who want to carry out research and teaching assignments and scholarly work for an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course.
Candidates applying for admission have to comply with the following entry requirements:
1. A Bachelor of Science degree with the equivalent of the European Honours 2.2 in relevant subjects such as Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Food Science and Technology, Nutrition or cognate subject area, which should meet the standards for quality and level.
2. An equivalent qualification of academic level representing an accumulation of at least 240 ECTS credits with a minimum of Grade C classification.
3. Non-standard applicants will be considered on an individual basis.
4. The working language of the MSc. degree programme is English, and therefore proficiency in English is essential.
Candidates applying for the Erasmus Mundus category A grant must additionally meet following criterion: Must be a citizen of any country other than a Member State of the European Union, an EEA-EFTA State (Iceland, Norway, Lichtenstein), or Switzerland.
Target groups - Scholars (tutors and/or researchers)
Scholars who wish to contribute to the Master course staff are also welcomed.
Their role will be teaching part or whole of any of the modules or guiding the Master students during their project work. Other forms of contribution are also possible – depending on the professional background and interests of the scholar.
Non-EU scholars as well as EU scholars may apply for an Erasmus Mundus grant.
MSc International Master Scholarships
Category A scholarships can be awarded to applicants from non-EU member states that have not resided in an EU member state or in Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years (by 28 February 2012).
Note that there is an exception for applicants from the EES member states Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland, they are not eligible for a category A scholarship.
The category A scholarship includes: