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1) VERY IMPORTANT FOR NEW MER MSc APPLICANTS 2017-2019: THE ON LINE APPLICATION SYSTEM IS OPEN.

  • ERASMUS MUNDUS APPLICANTS: Deadline for applications to EM Student scholarshipsis January 13th, 2017. Publication of pre-selection results (not definitive) is available on the on-line application in early March 2017. Communication of results to selected candidates by the Erasmus Mundus Agency will be in May 2017.
  • STUDENTS WITHOUT ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP:Deadline for regular (non-EM) applications is June 16th, 2017. Earlier applications are highly recommended. For instance, only applications before early June may be eligible for EHU Mobility grants. Moreover, for students starting Semester 1 in UBx, accommodation can be only guaranteed for applications received before June 9th. Later applicants will be responsible for getting accommodation themselves in UBx or shall start Semester 1 in SOTON in late September and follow Semester 3 (2018-2019) in ULg.

2) ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR RESEARCHERS/TEACHERS 2017-2018: EM Scholarships for researcher/teacher will be awarded to European and Third-Country scholars (Funding).

3) A complete pdf file (including signatures) of the written MSc Thesis report must be sent by email to MER Secretariat (mer@merconsortium.eu) and Manu Soto (manu.soto@ehu.eus) before AUGUST 15th at 24:00 CET. Likewise, one original for the library of the PiE-UPV/EHU (available for those who request it conveniently) must be delivered before the VIVAs, otherwise the public dissertation will not be allowed.

4) The public dissertation and the discussion will be held in the Plentzia Marine station (PIE-UPV/EHU) the second week of September (6-7).



 

The Joint European MSc MER programme was conceived by the University of Southampton, Université de Bordeaux, Université de Liège and the Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, with the collaboration by the founding research associates, AZTI-Tecnalia and the Oceanographic Foundation of Gipuzkoa, utilising their extensive marine science expertise and experience. These six institutions constitute the MER Consortium created to develop these international postgraduate studies. The MER MSc programme has being recognised as a Erasmus Mundus Master Course 2012. The extended MER consortium that results from being recognised as a Erasmus Mundus Master Course includes additional 16 associated partners from all over the world, including research institutions, companies and universities.