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Erasmus Mundus CLE: Scholarships available!

ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – UNIVERSITA’ DI BOLOGNA 
DIPARTIMENTO DI LINGUE E LETTERATURE STRANIERE MODERNE

The Erasmus Mundus Master Course in European Literary Cultures – CLE selected for the “Erasmus+Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees” programme (since 2008)

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 During the full-time program (23 months) EU and Non-EU students will have a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting international environment by spending terms in two or three different consortium universities (compulsory mobility https://cle2.unibo.it/page/50/Mobility)

The language of instruction varies according to the institutions chosen by the students depending on their language knowledge. At the end of the Master Course, the consortium universities provide a double or multiple degree.

 Deadline for the application: January 20, 2019

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Erasmus Mundus scholarships awarded to the best CLE students from all over the world
Highly remunerated scholarships

– up to a max of € 16.000/year for EU candidates

– up to a max of € 22.000/year for non-EU candidates

 

CLE partners

Academic partners > Eight primary Universities in the field of European literary studies:

  • Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna, ITALY (program coordinator);
  • Université de Haute-Alsace (Mulhouse), FRANCE;
  • Université de Strasbourg, FRANCE;
  • Aristoteleion Panepistimion Thessaloniki, GREECE;
  • Universidade de Lisboa, PORTUGAL;
  • Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar, SENEGAL;
  • Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow), RUSSIA
  • University of Mumbai, INDIA.

Associated partners: Cultural Institutes, Cultural Associations, Publishing Houses, Archives, Museums and Foundations: https://cle2.unibo.it/page/32/Partner%20non%20universitari%20associati/lang/en .

They participate in the CLE activities in the framework of the H.E.A.D. project, Humanities and Enterprises Annual Dialogue – 

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Admission requirements

  • A good level first-cycle degree in the field of European Literary Cultures (with Literature, History, Arts and Languages).
  • A recognized level of proficiency in English (minimum level B1) AND in the language of instruction of the consortium institution chosen for the first year of study (minimum level B2).

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