2019 European Master degree in Plant Health in Sustainable Cropping Systems
Deadline: January 25, 2019.
The European Master degree in Plant Health inSustainable Cropping Systems (PlantHealth) is a fully integrated and globally competitive Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree, designed by leading European universities in the field of Crop Protection, that provides top-level and up-to-date education, qualifying graduates to cope with the challenges in contemporary and future plant health management related to global food safety issues.
PlantHealth – European Master Degree in PLANT HEALTH IN SUSTAINABLE CROPPING SYSTEMS is organised by a consortium of six Universities from four European countries: Montpellier SupAgro, Agrocampus Ouest and AgroParis Tech (France), University of Göttingen (Germany), University of Padova (Italy) and Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain). These Universities are highly proficient and experienced in teaching courses on general and specific aspects of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). In addition, all partners have an excellent reputation in research on various fundamental and applied aspects in plant health management, and keep strong links with enterprises of the plant protection sector and research institutes in Europe.
- Awarded Bachelor of Science degree (180 ECTS) in Agronomy / Agricultural Sciences or related fields. 180 ECTS usually equal to a 3-year full-time undergraduate/bachelor degree, with at least 4 ECTS in Plant Health or Crop Protection, or equivalent.
- Language proficiency documentation: B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), except when English is your mother tongue.
- Application complete including two reference letters.
List of the supporting documents to be attached to the application form:
- Curriculum Vitae;
- Proof of place of residence
- Copy of degrees obtained with official seal (i.e. completed higher education studies). If in addition to the BSc certificate you have obtained other degrees (i.e. MSc and/or PhD), please submit a copy of all the degrees obtained;
- Transcript of records for the whole degree (at least the BSc transcript of records)
- Two referee letters
- Higher education students who have been accepted for a full Master’s study programme in another Erasmus+ Programme Country can apply for a loan to contribute to their costs.
Your destination country must be different from your country of residence, and from that where you obtained your Bachelor’s degree.
- Certificates attesting language skills
- Declaration on honour
- Other additional documents you may consider relevant for the evaluation of your application (publications, proof of refugee status, etc.)
EU-funded EMJMD scholarships cover all fees and participation costs.