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Application deadline for the SSI programme with Erasmus Scholarship

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Frequently asked Questions


These can be awarded to Non EU students who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, training or work) in a European country for more than 12 months over the last five years.

These can be awarded to European students (including students from Iceland, Licechtenstein, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Switzerland, Norway and Turkey)

We can no longer accept TOEFL or TOEIC results as evidence of English as these tests are no longer recognised by the UKVI (United Kingdom Visa and Immigration). Please submit the results from another UKVI approved SELT (Secure English Language Test) or a letter from your undergraduate institution stating that all of your studies were conducted in English.  A list of UKVI approved SELTs can be found here on the UKVI website.

This change does not concern EU citizens.

Yes. Please submit a letter from your undergraduate institution stating that all of your studies were conducted in English. 

If you apply to more than three programmes, you will be disqualified from obtaining any funding. This criterion will be rigourously enforced by the Erasmus plus European Comission staff since they make the final selections of the students for all the Masters programmes.

 

Most definitely not. If you have benefitted from funding previously then you are not eligible for further funding.

 

The participation cost for EU students for the full 4 semester programme are 8,000 Euros and for Non-EU students the costs is 15,500 Euros. The cost of attending the summer school in Hungary is included in the above mentioned figures as are access to University libraries, graduation and gown hire costs. The fees will be paid directly to the coordinating institution for distribution to partners as per the consortium agreement.

 

Contact the Coordinator immediately. With advice from the International Office and the help of the Erasmus plus staff, he should be able to help in speeding things up. Travel and visa related costs cannot be paid in advance but once you are in the UK and fully enrolled on the programme, Scholarship payments can be commenced.

Contact the Coordinator immediately. With advice from the International Office and the help of the Erasmus plus staff, he should be able to help in speeding things up. Travel and visa related costs cannot be paid in advance but once you are in the UK and fully enrolled on the programme, Scholarship payments can be commenced.

While appropriate support services at all three institutions will actively help the students to find accommodation, the payment of accommodation costs and other living expenses (food, clothing etc.) is the responsibility of the student and is covered by the monthly maintenance which is being paid.

Before the end of February 2015, the consortium will make up a main list of about 15 of the top students whose applications are going to be forwarded to the Erasmus plus office in Brussels for approval and therefore funding. Another longer standby list will also be sent to the European Comission selection office. In May 2015, as soon as we hear from the selection office, you will be told if you have been successful in acquiring a funded place.

 

In the application process you should make it clear that you want to apply for Erasmus Mundus funding and if your circumstances are such that you can self-fund then you should also make this clear. Extra places on the programme will be available for students who are able to self-fund and these will not need to be ratified by the Erasmus plus office.

The Coordinating institution on behalf of the consortium will put in place an insurance policy which will adequately cover any medical expenses for the duration of the programme in all three partner countries.

There will be no further funding on top of what is detailed above for any of the students. The programme requires that you carry out the studies as per the structure already advised, Semester 1 at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, Semester 2 of year 1 at Vestfold in Norway. Semester 3 of year 2 in Budapest and for the Project in semester 4 of year 2, at one of the partner countries or at an associated company.

Policies and protocol to be followed in the case of any grievance/appeal is given on the Programme website. Your first point of contact should be the Coordinator for any advice relating to the study on the programme or any other personal matter which may be affecting your ability to study. In case of a grievance against the Coordinator, you should contact the Head of Teaching for Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering.

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