Selection Criteria

Selection criteria for Erasmus + EMJMD scholarships and other financial supports

The Education Board evaluates the candidates on the basis of the documents uploaded on the online application form.

Students will be selected first on the basis of academic Excellence, taking their GPA (grade point average) as a major criterion.

Working experience is not a compulsory criterion, but it shall be taken into consideration within the procedure selection.

EVALUATION CRITERIA EVIDENCE Score / 100
Academic performance GPA and student transcripts 0 – 40
Academic references Recommendation letter A and B 0 – 10
Language level Language certificates 0 – 10
Motivation and fit for the program Motivation letter 0 – 30
Multicultural learning environment Personal video 0 – 10

In case of candidates with equal number of points, professional experiences will be taken into account and an interview with the Education Board may be conducted in order to select the best fitting candidates for the program. Professional experiences will carry between 0 and 20 points, while the interview will carry 0 – 30 points.

Candidates obtaining a 70/100 minimum score will be eligible according to two different ranking lists :

– the first one for students who candidate for Erasmus + EMJMD scholarships;

– the second one for students who candidate for other possible financial supports.

The results will be published on the SEAS 4.0 website.

 

Promoting Gender Balance in SEAS 4.0

SEAS 4.0 is dedicated to promoting gender balance and eliminating the gender gap in technical sciences. Balance between genders will be promoted. In cases of students having the same level and the same qualifications, priority will be given to the less represented gender.

Students with Disabilities

SEAS 4.0 is dedicated to supporting access to quality education for students with disabilities and encourages differently-abled students to apply for the program.

Lifelong Learning

SEAS 4.0 supports the commitment of the European Union to lifelong learning and encourages non-traditional, returning, and second-career students to apply.

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