The University of Gothenburg’s services is responsible for managing the application processes and eligibility tests for entry requirements compliance. The Joint Admission Committee of the EMHRPP, which is made up of the conveners and the administrative coordinator in Gothenburg, oversees the admission process on the basis of predetermined criteria.
The ranking is divided into three parts:
- academic competence (up to 40 points);
- motivation letter (up to 20 points);
- work experience and recommendation letters (up to 40 points).
A maximum of 100 points can be obtained by summing the three components. The ultimate score awarded to each contender is taken into consideration for ranking (from the highest to the lowest final score). Equal opportunity policies that encourage the participation of students from underrepresented groups must be carefully considered.
Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Entry requirements
To be eligible for the programme you must have the following:
- A first degree equivalent to 180 credits or 180 ECTS from an internationally recognized university or college.
- A minimum of two year’s practitioner experience in the field of human rights. Practitioner experience may include regular employments, internships, and voluntary work. More information about this under FAQ.
- A minimum English language qualification of English B/English 6 at upper secondary level or the equivalent level of an internationally recognized test, for example, TOEFL, IELTS, or equivalent alternatives as stated in the call for applications each year by the University of Gothenburg. More information about this under FAQ.
You also need to provide the documents below as they are used in the ranking process carried out by the Joint Admission Committee of the EMHRPP:
- official transcript of records in English;
- motivation letter in English, well structured, and written in clear and concise language, please use the assigned form available below;
- Curriculum Vitae (CV):
- and two letters of recommendation
Read more about this in the application checklist.
Please use the application checklist to make sure you upload all required documents for applying to the programme. Checklist for application
If you also are applying for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship, find information and form on the Cost and scholarship page.
Application round opens: October 14, 2o22
Application deadline: December 1, 2022
Supporting documentation deadline: December 15, 2022
Admissions results published: March 21, 2023
Late Admission round is open between: December 16, 2022 and March 31, 2023
NB! Applies to self funding candidates only, i.e. the application for the emhrpp scholarship is closed during this period (reopens in October 2023).
Processing personal data
When you apply to the master’s programme, you create an account at the Swedish University Admissions and upload all your documentation there. Read more about how your personal data is processed at the University Admissions website. By applying to an Erasmus mundus programme, the personal data is also processed by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Read more about how your personal data is processed by EACEA.
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