Update (11/05/23): Applications for fee-paying placements are now CLOSED.
The EMMIR Team has sent out the notification letters to successful Main List candidates (scholarship, non-fee, and fee-paying) last 3 April. If study places should not be filled, we expect to be able to inform candidates in the Reserve List should study places become available. Rejection letters will only be sent out after all study places are filled and verified in June/July 2023.
EMMIR is made of a consortium of partners. Our Consortium composition reflects the idea of an integrated African-European-Indian study programme. It consists of two delegates from each of our partners.
EMMIR Consortium meeting in Johannesburg for selection committee in 2019.
Two student representatives, elected by the students of the active cohorts, complete the Consortium Committee. They are granted advisory votes in questions pertaining to examinations and are consulted in the process of monitoring the course of study.
EMMIR students are represented in the Consortium Committee, like every partner institution they have two seats. The student representatives play a crucial role with regard to the overall performance of the programme and the consortium‘s routines and procedures. You can contact your student representatives with any problems, wishes, and needs.
In addition to students being active members of the Consortium Committee, there is also an EMMIR student representing the programme in the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA). S/he can be addressed with all sorts of issues connected to being a student of our programme, or for professional and personal development opportunities for alumni. Currently the representative is Ivana Spirovska (Cohort 9). You can reach her at emmir(at)em-a.eu.
The EMMIR Consortium Committee and the University of Oldenburg EMMIR team (February 2011)