Applications are invited for the all-new call i.e. STeDe Master open to non-EU and EU starting in September 2018. Around 20 scholarships will be awarded in the context of this selection.

STeDe aims to create experts in the area of sustainable territorial development. We train researchers and professionals to be able to help organizations acting in the territory (enterprises, local communities, civil society organizations) to draft sustainable policies for economic, social, environmental, international and intercultural management.

“The EMJMD in Sustainable Territorial is STEDE is offered by a Consortium of top-ranked Universities and outstanding professional partners with complementary expertise in the field of Sustainable Territorial Development.

 Course Level:  are available to pursue Master degree programme.

 

Available Subject: This programme offers students a leading in the field of sustainable territorial development.

Scholarship Benefits: Erasmus+ amount to 24,000 Euros for the whole study programme (Monthly allowance).

In addition, support for the travel and installation is provided according to the candidates’ category (EU or non-EU students).

In addition, support for the travel and installation is provided according to the candidates’ category (EU or non-EU students).

Number of Scholarships: Every year about 20 are expected to be available for non-EU and EU students.

Eligibility Criteria: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:

STeDe Master Course is open to non-EU and EU candidates.

We welcome students with:

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent (min. 180 ECTS, 3 years of study)
  • A good command of and French, both spoken and written
  • A strong motivation and personal interest in sustainable

Eligible Nationalities:   are available to non-EU and EU candidates.

Method of Application: The mode of application is online.

Application Form

Scholarship Application Deadline: Submissions are due by January 31, 2018.

Scholarship Link

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