- Admission requirements
- APPLICATION STEP BY STEP
- Participation fees
- erasmus mundus scholarships
- other scholarships
- selection procedure
Calls for the course starting September 2021:
|1st Call - Applicants Erasmus Mundus (EMJMD) scholarships||From 16 November 2020 to 8 February 2021 (11.59 PM, Central European Time)||CLOSED|
|2nd Call - Self-funded applicants||
From 15 March 2021 to 13 May 2021 (11.59 PM, Central European Time)
Application documentation and procedure
- 1. Fill up the online application form here. To complete this step applicants are asked to pay an application fee of 30,21 EUR by credit card (the system automatically redirects to the payment page). If this fee isn't paid, the application form will not be completed and submitted successfully.
- 2. Once this first step is done, candidates receive an automatic message in which they are provided further instructions on how to access the Document Manager where all documentation indicated below must be uploaded (all candidates = documents 1 to 7; candidates willing to apply for an EMJMD scholarship = documents 1 to 9). It is recommended to send a unique PDF for each document and name the files as follows. Candidates should wait 3 hours before trying to access the Document Manager using their Passport/Spanish ID number as USERNAME and their birth date as PASSWORD (using the exact format explained in the automatic message received).
Required documents (ALL applicants)
The submitted documents have to be named following this format: YourSurname_DocX_DocumentName.
Scan copy of official ID (only EU applicants) or PASSPORT (EU or non-EU applicants). Applicants from Partner countries must send a copy of ALL Passport pages.
Please note that at registration stage, an attested copy of the Passport will be required to all students (EU and non-EU).
Scan copy of Bachelor diploma (and Master degree if needed to certify the completion of 180 ECTS). *
Scan copy of Bachelor transcript of records (and Master degree if needed to certify the completion of 180 ECTS), listing subjects studied, grades and number of hours/credits for each of them, total credits gained and global GPA.*
CV in English (maximum 6 pages) including the candidate’s photo and the contact of 2 referees for recommendation (e-mail and phone number/skype user).
Format recommended: Europass (https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/es/documents/curriculum-vitae) or similar.
Scan copy of recent official test certificate (2018 onwards) proving at least a B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Accepted certifications: Cambridge ESOL, IELTS (Academic type and Indicator), TOEFL (only iBT, pBT or Home Edition; ITP is not accepted), PTE (Academic), and APTIS British Council.
Are exempt of presenting this certificate those candidates meeting the requirements specified here: /faq/en_eligibility/
Motivation letter written in English (maximum 2 pages), which should explain the candidate's professional or study project related with the field of the programme.
Information about your (past) professional work experience can be included if it is somehow related to the field of the WINTOUR programme but not only. Selection committee would like to know the reasons that encourage you to enrol the master and which are motivations and expectations in terms of applying the knowledge acquired in your professional career once you finish the master.
|Doc7_OtherLanguages||Other Language certificates (if applicable). Particularly of interest if the candidate owns certifications in Spanish, French and/or Portuguese.|
* At pre-enrolment stage you can present the documents in PDF format. In case of admission, Bachelor diploma must be duly legalized (see requirements for foreign students here). Also, in case of admission you must present the certified or attested copies of all documents to the WINTOUR Secretariat before enrolment.
Additional documentation (ONLY Erasmus Mundus Scholarship applicants)
Documents needed are two:
1) a residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's municipality normal registration rules (sworn English translation is required with the exception of documents originally issued in Spanish, French, Portuguese or English); and
2) a certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question). Sworn English translation is required with the exception of documents originally issued in Spanish, French, Portuguese or English.
Both documents must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline of applying for the programme.
A declaration letter signed by the candidate stating that:
a) has not benefited previously from an EMJMD scholarship and is not former Erasmus Mundus Master/Doctoral Course scholarship holder;
b) only in the case of applicants of PARTNER COUNTRY scholarships, also that is not resident nor has carried out studies or training work for more than a total of 12 months over the last 5 years in any Programme country (the 5-year residence period for this 12-months rule is calculated backwards as from the submission deadline of applying for the EMJMD student scholarship).
Any further doubt? Check out our FAQ section for more information.