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Student application call

The application period for a scholarship to join our Master Program in NeuroData will open soon! All applications should be submitted through our online system and meet the deadline. Paper applications or applications sent by electronic mail will not be considered.

The application system will be open from November 15th 2024, to February 5th 2025 (SUBMISSION DEADLINE). Any application submitted after February 05th, 2025, will be automatically rejected.

We remind you that the English test (IELTS – TOEFL – CAE – CPE) is mandatory to join our programme. Upon review and evaluation of their application by the selection committee, selected students will be contacted for an interview in early March. The final results of the selection will be published in April 2025.

For any questions, please contact our Helpdesk:

Personal Data Use

The personal data of selected candidates/applicants (proposed for a scholarship/fellowship, put on the reserve list or enrolled on a self-paying basis) may be used to evaluate the programmes, efficiently manage the projects, and produce statistics. Furthermore, data could be made available to the EACEA, the European Commission, the European External Action Service staff, and other stakeholders of the Erasmus+ programme, such as Erasmus+ National Agencies, National Erasmus+ Offices and the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association.

Application Instructions

All candidates (applying for a scholarship or under a self-funded scheme) must fill in the online application form and submit it by the given deadlines with the following attachments. Students with double nationality must specify the nationality under which they submit their application. Students may indicate up to three study tracks in order of preference for their second-year specialization and mobility. During the application process, applicants will be asked to rank three institutions where they want to perform the second year of the master's. The selection committee will consider this ranking but does not promise that all applicants will be granted their first mobility selection. Selected applicants will be informed of their assigned mobility pathway. Students can ask to change their second-year mobility during the first year. The Administrative Board will consider this appeal, and its decision will be final. The application will not be processed if any flowing documents are missing.

  • A recent passport photo

  • A colour scan of the first page of the passport.

  • A compelling letter of motivation. No more than 500 words. The motivation letter must convey the candidate's interest in neuroscience and data science their reasons for selecting the NeuroData track. 

  • A two-page CV using the EuroPass format

  • A proof of English proficiency

  • A copy of the Bachelor's degree or Graduation certificate translated into English. They need to provide an official enrolment certificate if they have not graduated yet.

  • All previous Academic Transcripts were translated into English. All Academic Transcripts should include a calculation of the Grade Point Average (GPA).

  • A calculation of the cumulative GPA normalized to a scale of 0-100.  For example, if the maximal GPA in your country is 4 and your cumulative GPA is 3.8, then the normalized cumulative GPA is 100*3.8/4=95. 

  • Proof of residence at the moment of application (A residence certificate issued by the candidate's municipality under standard registration rules or a certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question. Both documents must have been issued 12 months before the submission deadline for applying for the programme).

  • Two recommendation letters by two academics or professional bodies.

  • Students with special needs should submit the respective documentation to ensure the required assistance in advance.

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