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Erasmus Mundus joint master programmes

Admission requirements


Erasmus Mundus joint master programme in Flood Risk Management programme (FRM) - Website: https://www.floodriskmaster.org/
Responsible Fellowship and admission officer: Ineke Melis
Please check the admission requirements of the Flood Risk Management programme on the FRM website: Admission requirements FRM

Erasmus Mundus joint master programme in Groundwater and Global Change - Impacts and Adaptation (Groundwatch) - Website: https://www.groundwatermaster.eu/
Responsible Fellowship and admission officer: Judith van Eeden
Please check the admission requirements of the Groundwatch programme on the Groundwatch website: Admission requirements Groundwatch

Erasmus Mundus joint master programme in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE) - Website: https://www.imete.eu/
Responsible Fellowship and admission officer: Jolanda Boots
Please check the admission requirements of the IMETE programme on website: Admission requirements IMETE

Erasmus Mundus joint master programme in Coastal Hazards, Risks, Climate Change and Adaptation (COASTHazar)
Responsible Fellowship and admission officer: Ineke Melis
This website for this programme is still under development. Website and application is expected to open beginning of February 2022. 

Application and admission process

You are kindly requested to apply to one Erasmus Mundus programme only in a particular year. Please limit your application to the programme for which you stand a fair chance of being selected.

For a successful application it is very important that, before you start your application, you read very carefully all information about application and admission procedure on the website of the programme you intend to apply for. If you still have doubts, read the Frequently Asked Questions on the website of the programme of your interest. 

Apply for admission and scholarship for one of the Erasmus Mundus programmes by completing and submitting an online application via the button at the bottom of this page.

For a successful application for admission you have to upload the following documents: 

  • Photocopy of passport or ID
  • Certified copy academic diploma BSc Degree 
  • Certified copy academic diploma MSc Degree (if applicable)
  • Certified copy academic transcript BSc Degree 
  • Certified copy academic transcript MSc Degree (if applicable)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Letter of Recommendation 1, for more information, please follow the FAQ link below in Important links
  • Letter of Recommendation 2, for more information, please follow the FAQ link below in Important links
  • Result of an English language test (if required, see English language requirements)*
  • Residence certificate (if applicable) (only required if you apply for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship for the EM programmes Flood Risk Management and Groundwater and Global Change)

   * You can already submit an application for admission without English test results, but if you have applied for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship and are required to take English 

All information and documents should be provided in English. If any of the original documents is not in English we need an official English translation by a sworn translator, in addition to the once in the original language.

Authenticated or certified copies are copies with an official stamp to verify that the copies are true copies of original documents. This official stamp may be from one of the following: a solicitor/notary, the educational institution from where the student gained the diplomas or the local council/local authority/local government office. In case you have not yet obtained your BSc degree, and you are in the last year of your study, please attach a statement from your university confirming that you are in the last year of your BSc study (instead of copy of your BSc diploma) and stating that you are expected to graduate before 15 August 2022. Also attach the transcript showing the subjects you followed and the marks and ECTS obtained so far.

The residence certificate is only required for the two Erasmus Mundus programmes: Flood Risk Management and Groundwater and Global Change. With this document we can verify your place of residence, which is needed to decide on the budget of your scholarship in case you will be awarded a scholarship. You need to submit a residence certificate with your application for admission.  You can use for example: 

  • a residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's municipality normal registration rules; 
  • a certificate from your place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question. If you have been studying the last year before you apply, you can e.g. upload a copy of your academic transcript or a registration letter of the university where you have been studying. If you have been working you can use a statement of your employer. 
  • e.g. an electricity bill or any document you can think of, which confirms the place where you have been living 

The residence certificate must have been issued between 15 January 2021 and 15 January 2022 (or 15 February 2022 for programme countries)

Important links:

  • Frequently asked questions Flood Risk Management: FAQ FRM
  • Frequently asked questions IMETE: FAQ IMETE
  • Frequently asked questions Groundwater and Global Change: FAQ Groundwatch
  • English language requirements :English

After you have submitted your application, you will receive a message if your application has been submitted successfully. You will be informed about the outcome of your application for admission and scholarship end of April 2022 for FRM and Groundwatch and end of May for IMETE and Coasthazar. Please note that no further information about your admission or outcome scholarship will be provided before this date. 

Privacy statement

By submitting this application you agree with the privacy statement below.

The personal details you share with us during the application process, either through the application form or other means, will  be used, if needed, by IHE Delft for the purpose of application, admission, administration, communication, education and keeping our alumni network up-to-date. IHE Delft will process your personal details in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.  For more information we refer you to the privacy statement of IHE Delft https://www.un-ihe.org/privacy-statement.

The personal details will be shared when needed during these processes with third parties such as partner universities, Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND), Education Executive Agency (DUO), DUWO housing facilities, Municipality etc.  Without your prior consent, no information will be shared with persons, companies or organisations outside the context of the education and the support activities. For further questions please contact our Data Protection Officer at dpo@un-ihe.org.

 

 

 

Ineke Melis

Fellowship and Admission officer

 

   +31 15 215 1705

   

* FRM:

erasmusregistration-frm@un-ihe.org

* CoastHazar:

erasmusregistration-ch@un-ihe.org

 

 

Judith van Eeden

Fellowship and Admission officer

 

   +31 15 215 1128

   erasmusregistration-gw@un-ihe.org

 

Jolanda Boots

Fellowship and Admission officer

 

   +31 15 215 1856

   erasmusregistration+imete@un-ihe.org