Call for applications
Start date: 19-July-2013 (00:00 CET)
End date: 15-December-2013 (23:59 CET)
Guidelines for applicants
This document contains detailed information about the application procedure. We strongly advise you to read it before starting to fill in the Application Form.
So as to assure an equitable distribution of the mobility flows among all partner institutions, one of the preferential factors in the selection of the 2nd cohort will be choosing one of the following institutions as host university: UDeusto, UGOE, RUG.
This form expects to be an easy and simple way to prepare your application, allowing you to introduce progressively the details and information required.
You must start creating your application form by setting your USER and PASSWORD. From the beginning, you have to choose the type of scholarship for which you want to receive the support of the Programme.
The Application Form can be filled in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish. However, the language used to fill in the application form must agree with the institution(s) and programme(s) chosen. Being so, for instance, if you intend to apply only to French speaking institutions, you may fill in the Application Form and attach all the required documents in French. Nevertheless, in case you intend to apply to institutions from 3 different countries (where different languages are used), we strongly recommend the use of the English language to fill in the form, as well as in all the attached documents, so that all the host institutions may be able to analyse the submitted proposal.
In order to increase the chances of being selected, it is also recommended that applicants choose up to 3 different European Higher Education Institutions. However, 2nd and 3rd choice institutions may decide not to evaluate these applications depending on the total number of received applications.
Before starting to fill in the Application Form, you must be sure of having all the certificates and language skills required to attend the sought programmes(s) and the institution(s). We also strongly advise you to read the Guidelines for Applicants before starting.
If an applicant submits more than one application, the system will automatically consider the most recent one.
Who can apply?
In order to be eligible to apply to an ANGLE scholarship, applicants need to fulfill a set of minimum requirements.
General criteria for all types of mobility:
- Must be a national of one of the ACP countries;
- Must have not resided nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in any of the eligible European countries at the time of submitting their application to the partnership (not applicable to staff nor Target Group 3 applicants);
- Must have not benefited in the past from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship for the same type of mobility;
- Must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses or of one of the languages currently spoken in the hosting countries;
- Must respect the specific and additional criteria applicable to each type of mobility (master, doctorate, academic and administrative staff).
Specific criteria for each type of mobility:
- Full Master (ACP countries > EU)
Must have already completed their Bachelor's course at an institution from an eligible ACP country on the moment of submitting the application.
- Master (mobility) (ACP countries > EU)
Must be enrolled in the 1st year of a 2 year Master programme at one of the ACP Countries partner institutions (Target Group I and II applicants only).
- Doctorate (mobility) (ACP countries >EU)
Must be enrolled in a Doctorate programme at one of the ACP Countries partner institutions (Target Group I applicants only).
- Academic and Administrative Staff (both ways)
Must work as a full time staff with one of the partner institutions.
It is noteworthy to mention that in addition to these criteria there may be other defined internally by each partner institution of the project, so it is strongly recommended that the applicants prepare their application in close contact with the contact person of their institution, so as to obtain clear information about the specific eligibility criteria established either in their home institution (if applicable) or in the Host Institution which they intend to apply to.
Definition of Target Group
Depending on their characteristics, all applicants fit in one of the three Target Groups established by the European Commission for the Erasmus Mundus – Action 2 Programme.
Target Group 1:
Applicants must have the formal support of the institution (through formal letter of support) to submit the application.
Target Group 2:
All applicants are advised to have the formal support of the institution (through formal letter of support) to submit the application.
Target Group 3: