Prospective candidates should, in principle, be interested in pursuing a high level academic career within the framework of which European history and civilisation is of particular importance.
Successful candidates are able to reflect this, whether through written submission and/or interview, in their profile and undertaking academic and professional research within the scope of program objectives.
Candidates should include:
- Classifications obtained on IEP-UCP Master’s Degree and Doctoral degree programs;
- Two letters of recommendation from members of teaching staff;
- A letter testifying to the motivations for EUROPAEUM Program participation;
- Two examples of academics works written in English;
- A summary of the proposed thesis, which may still be subject to later revision and development;
- All participants are expected to hold high levels of spoken and written English (IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 570/230) at the beginning of the Master’s Degree Europaeum Program.