Requirements

The Admission Requirements for students wishing to enroll in the EURHEO EM Course are:

  • An undergraduate degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS credits or equivalent qualifications in relevant areas of Engineering, Exact Sciences or Natural Sciences;

  • Sufficient level of proficiency in English. Students from non-speaking countries are required to have passed a TOEFL certificate with a minimum score of 525 (paper based) and 72 (internet based) or a IELTS certificate (with a minimum score of 6.5) or a similar certificate. A web interview can be conducted as a complementary means to prove language proficiency.

  • Admission is made on a competitive basis; the students are assessed on the basis of their previous academic record. No difference in entry conditions is foreseen between Third Country and European students.

The admission criteria and relative weights will be the following:

  • Criterion 1: Academic education – 50%

  • Criterion 2: Language skills – 30%

  • Criterion 3: Letter of motivation – 10%

  • Criterion 4: Relevant professional experience – 10%

All applications will be judged by the Scientific Committee that will analyze the student's background and his/her choice of University and recommend the curricular structure. Thus, every student enrolled in EURHEO will have his/her own individually tailored Study Plan.

 

The required documents for application are:


  1. Full passport copy (all pages)
  2. Motivation letter
  3. Two recommendation letters
  4. English Proficiency test result
  5. Degree certificate
  6. Transcript of Records
  7. Curriculum vitae
  8. Application term

For more details on the required documents, such as accepted language and format of the documents, please register and visit our F.A.Q. section.

 

Personal data from applicants may be used in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on "the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data" by EACEA, EM National Structures, the EU Delegations and the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association.