Selection procedureLegal notice: EMaVE consortium inform applicants that their personal data will be sent to the European Agency (EACEA) and may be used by other bodies involved in the management of EMJMD acting as stakeholder of the programme (i.e. European Commission, Erasmus+ national offices, EU delegations, EM Student) for facilitating the student access to the joint programme.
From 2015, according to the Erasmus+ rules, the selection process involves two categories of applicants: programme countries and partner countries.
Candidates from countries other than:
EU Member States
Not residing or having carried out his/her main activity (studies, work, etc.) in any EU Member State or associated country for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years at the date of the application.
Nationals from EU Member States or
FROM Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey
- Degree marks and university of origin
- Motivation, professional and personal career objectives
- Experience in the vine and/or wine sector
- Academic and/or professional referees
At least two professors (one in viticulture and one in Enology) evaluate each application. A global score / 300 is defined.
All the applicants with a score > 200 are invited to an interview by Skype or face to face (for USA and China).
During the interview (15 minutes maximum), a panel of at least two members of the EMaVE consortium evaluates the English level, the motivation, knowledge and communication skills of each selected applicant.
Candidates are then informed if they have been offered a place with scholarship (at the moment this would only be a partial scholarship from the consortium), a place without scholarship, a place on the reserve list, or if they have not been placed on the reserve list.
According to each of these options candidates are requested to confirm their acceptance and pay a deposit of part of the fees.
Page updated on : 2015-11-25
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