Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy (MUNDUS MAPP). Deadline: 04.01.2012
Institution/Organiser: Central European University in Budapest (Hungary), Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (Spain), the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University in the Hague (Netherlands), the University of York (UK) Kind of support/work: Master's Degree Studies
Site: Budapest, Hungary
Topics: Building on Mundus MAPP's successful track record, the integrated curriculum provides a uniform core of policy studies as well as modules specific to particular mobility tracks, drawn predominantly from the fields of International Relations, European Studies and Development Studies. The four mobility tracks allow students to
specialise in Political Economy and Development, Governance and Development, and European and Global Public Policy, respectively.
Each mobility track includes a field trip to relevant public sector organisations and an internship. The European Commission's Erasmus Mundus program provides scholarships to outstanding students from within and outside the European Union to attend Mundus MAPP. The Consortium universities also support these students by offering partial tuition fee waivers to Erasmus Mundus scholarship recipients.
Eligibility: Mundus MAPP is open to both European and overseas (third country national) students. Erasmus Mundus scholarships are provided for the best eligible applicants by the European Commission. Minimum requirements are: Bachelor‟s degree (completed at least three years of undergraduate study - normally at least Second Class); Fluency in English: TOEFL and IELTS score-sheet (see requirements in the application link); High motivation and interest in European and international public policy; Degrees and accreditation.
Deadline: January 4, 2012 (for applicants who seek and are eligible for Erasmus Mundus scholarships); May 4, 2012 (for applicants who do not wish to be considered for financial aid)
Contact: Department of Public Policy, Central European University, Nador utca 9, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
Tel.: +36 1 328 34 51 Fax: +36 1 328 34 50