The Erasmus Mundus European joint master degree programme is open for international students who wish to pursue their career in multicultural environment then Joint Master Degree in AquaCulture, Environment and Society (ACES) is the right choice that will give students a unique opportunity to study in the United Kingdom, Crete and France, as well as allowing you to gain the practical and theoretical skills needed for a successful career in Aquaculture through industry-led research programmes and fieldwork.
Erasmus Mundus is now accepting applications for fully funded scholarships for the next academic year of the ACES programme, starting in August 2016. Applications from EU and non-EU candidates are welcome – the programme is aimed at students from all over the world. Scholarships will cover tuition fees, living and travel expenses.
This full-time, 2 year course is specifically targeted at highly talented European and International students with a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in one of the fields of aquaculture, marine science or marine biology, biology, environmental or social sciences, who wish to advance their skills.
To apply for the Erasmus Plus Joint Master Degree in AquaCulture, Environment and Society, students must look at eligibility requirements mentioned on official website.
The documentation requirements for the application are normally Curriculum vitae (CV) in freestyle format, a professional reference, copy of your passport, copy of your degree certificate (plus certified translation into English if applicable), copy of your transcript of marks (plus certified translation into English if applicable), copy of your IELTS English language test result with validity until the end of Sept 2016. The application deadline for the scholarship is 16 February, 2016.