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Narender Kumar Learn English – Oct 25, 2014 02:14 PM
Magdalena Flora Śleziak Dear Sir / Madam, I'm not sure, if it's a right place where I should ask about it. I tried to ask at the "source", but the answer wasn't clear enough. I'm going to apply for the Erasmus Mundus programme. The first part of program I would spend on University in Danmark. Unfortunately I cannot afford to study without a scholarship and I saw that due to Danish legislation if you already hold an MA degree you can only be offered enrolment if there are still vacant places. This is exactly information form the website: Due to Danish national legislation, applicants who already hold an MA degree equivalent to a Danish 2-year MA degree can only be offered enrolment if there are vacant places. This means that it will not be possible to be selected for a Mundus scholarship if you hold a 2-year MA degree, as we receive more than 300 applications. Please do not hesitate to apply though, as we have been able to offer self-funded enrolment to some applicants holding a 2-year MA degree. Is this only relevant if you have graduated and hold the MA degree, as I am currently studying one year into studying for a masters (2 years programme) however I have not graduated yet, and would be not be graduating until after the Erasmus Mundus programme has finished. What I mean is, this opportunity is so important for me, that I'm ready to move my graduation in Poland for two years. However, I still worry to don't break any law. What do you think, would it still be possible for myself to become involved in the programme and receive a scholarship? I hope my question is clear. I would be very grateful for your help and assistance, and I hope to hear from you soon! Thank you very much, Yours faithfully, Magda Śleziak – Oct 24, 2014 02:30 AM
Dominik Vukelić I'm unable to view the academy progression degree programmes on your website - help me out? – Oct 23, 2014 10:52 AM
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