DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR 2 ERASMUS EXCHANGE PLACEMENTS AT FREIE UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, 2 PLACEMENTS AT UNIVERSITÄT ZU KÖLN AND 2 PLACEMENTS AT UNIVERSITÉ DE PARIS I PANTHÉON-SORBONNE, 2 PLACEMENTS UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA, 2 PLACEMENTS AT UNIVERSITÄT DE SALZBURG AND 6 PLACEMENTS AT UNIVERSITÉ DE NANTES FOR THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

The master’s degree in World History is offering 2 master’s degree Erasmus mobility placements for the 2017-2018 academic year at Freie Universität zu Berlin (5 months), 2 at Universität Zu Köln (5 months) 2 at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris (6 months), 2 at Università di Bologna (6 months), 2 at Universität de Salzburg (5 months) and 6 at Université de Nantes (6 months).

Details of the key aspects and the eligibility requisites for submitting an application for this call are set out below:

 

1.       Eligibility requisites

These mobility placements are intended for students registered on the master’s degree in World History on a part-time basis at UPF for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Students should submit their application form (attached to the documents for this call) to the Secretariat of the Department of Humanities before Friday 20 April at 2 pm.

 

2.       Selection criteria

In essence, the allocation of the placements will be made taking into consideration the academic transcript of the bachelor’s degree or long degree, the provisional transcript for the first semester of the master’s degree and the student’s level of German, French or English, depending on the host university.

The director of the Department of Humanities will allocate Erasmus placements at the proposal of the Admission and Academic Coordination Committee for the master’s degree in World History.

The resolution on the mobility placement will be disclosed as of Monday 23 April and all students submitting an application for this call will be notified directly via email.

 

Secretariat of the Department of Humanities

Barcelona, 28 March 2018

 

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