Euroculture candidates will be selected according to common selection criteria. The following points will be taken into consideration:
Candidates must have completed a good level first cycle degree (academic BA degree) in a discipline of relevance to Euroculture.
For example a degree in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, such as: European studies, History, Theology, Linguistics, Literature, Philosophy, International Relations, Political Sciences, Law, Cultural studies, Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology.
- Academic excellence: mark and quality of first degree
- The academic quality of the awarding institution of university degree
- The academic record of applicant’s degree (grades, time frame)
- Motivation to study the Euroculture programme (including the applicant's expectations)
- Language abilities
English, as evident in supplied test score. The minimum required level should be TOEFL score of 580 points old style, 92 points new style, a score 6.5 of IELTS, or Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) C1. Only the following candidates do not have to provide us with an English test : natives from English- speaking countries; students who have lived in an English-speaking country and studied at the university for at least a year; students who had English as their language of instruction during the whole duration of their BA programme
Other languages besides English (of which proof should be given by tests/diploma, study or work experience)
Work experience in related fields (the type of work, the duration of the work, the reasons for finishing employment)
Having worked or studied abroad (outside the applicant's home country and in a different language and cultural environment)
Personal competences (abilities/qualities) relevant for successful participation in the Euroculture programme, such as the abilities to work and learn in an interdisciplinary environment, to carry a heavy workload and to participate in group work.
Furthermore, each partner university may ask for supplementary requirements.