EMaVE consortium grants
Some grants are offered to the best ranked applicants who have not been selected for Erasmus scholarships.
The amount partially covers the tuition fees for the first year of studies (M1).
Decisions are taken by the Admission Board with respect to the rule of consortium EMaVE.
The allocation of the EMaVE scholarship is made on the merit criteria and it is conditioned by the commitment to promote the program by investing in "Vinifera community management".
Batch 2011-2013 (M2): Anouk Lamoureux and Dave Natali (5,000 euros awarded)
Batch 2013-2015 (M1): Cristobal Abarzua (4,000 euros)
Batch 2015-2017 (M1): 6 scholarships has been offered to the best ranking European applicants (4000 euros)
Batch 2016-2018 (M1): 5 scholarships has been offered to the best ranking European applicants (4000 euros)
Batch 2017-2019 (M1): 2 scholarships has been offered to Lorenz Immerfall (8000 euros) and Roldan Minguez (4000 euros)
Page updated on : 2017-09-12
End of Vinifera calls 2013-15
Deadline for the 1st call
call 2013-2015 is opened
2nd call result
New association with UNESCO chair
new associate partner
Scholarship for master thesis
Anna Selmeczy, Vinifera Student, won the European Youth Professionals Wine Competition 2012
Tracer survey batches 1 and 2
Vinifera second call of applications
Video Clip and students opinion