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Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context

Assessment criteria

What is taken into account when an application is assessed?

Educational Background
Prospective candidates must have at least a Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in a discipline of relevance to Euroculture. For example, a degree in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, such as: International Relations, European Studies, History, Cultural studies, Literary Studies, Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology, Philosophy, Communication and Media Studies, International/ European Law, Theology.

Expected academic potential
Your marks and the quality of your degree(s) as well as the length of your studies are taken into account. So are the grades and quality of written papers or thesi(e)s (if applicable).

Academic quality of the institution awarding your university degree - whether it is a recognized higher education institution. 

A sufficient level of English
Specific language test requirements are described in the requirements section

Motivation to study the Euroculture programme (including the applicant’s expectations).

Work or study experience abroad

Work experience related to Euroculture
For instance, jobs and/or internships in governmental, inter-governmental, and/or nongovernmental organisations and institutions.

Language skills for languages other than English
Knowledge of other languages is appreciated. You will have to use the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Student mobility
Experience with studies abroad or exchange programmes, and being prepared to be mobile and discover different cultures. 

Personal competences
Abilities and qualities relevant for a successful participation in Euroculture, such as the ability to work and learn in an interdisciplinary and intercultural environment; to handle a demanding workload. The competencies, skills and achievements mentioned in the reference letters will also be taken into consideration;

Relevant extra-curricular activities.