Grants for Euro-Mediterranean studies
With our aim to prepare specialists in questions relating to European Neighbourhood Policy and Euro-Mediterranean politics, Diplocat offers grants for the master’s degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe, in Warsaw (Poland). These studies are focussed on relations between the EU and neighbouring countries to the south and the east.
The College of Europe is the most prestigious institution for postgraduate studies relating to Europe.
(In Spanish). RESOLUTION determining the regulations regarding the awarding of grants by Diplocat (the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia) for students to study Euro-Mediterranean political affairs at the College of Europe, at the Natolin Campus in Warsaw, 13 May 2017 (DOGC 7330 – 16/03/2017)
(In Spanish). Resolution 21 March 2017 opening the first call for applications for grants issued by the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia to study Euro-Mediterranean political affairs at the College of Europe, at the Natolin Campus in Warsaw during the academic year 2017-2018. (DOGC 7336 – 24/03/2017)
(In Spanish). Corrigendum to the Resolution 21 March 2017 opening the first call for applications for grants issued by the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia to study Euro-Mediterranean political affairs at the College of Europe, at the Natolin Campus in Warsaw during the academic year 2017-2018. (DOGC 7345 – 6/04/2017)
1st call for aplications
Application closed. Application deadline: 7 April 2017.
Each grant is of €25,000 (pre-tax).
Diplocat awards a maximum of 2 grants.
University graduates interested in specializing in the European integration process and, in particular, in the EU neighbourhood policy and Euro-Mediterranean politics.
Students receiving the grants will be able to complement their training on finishing their postgraduate studies in European Interdisciplinary Studies with work experience at a collaborating body which carries out activities connected to the aims of these grants.
- To have received a higher-level degree from a Catalan university, or academic centre linked to a Catalan university, in the last five years.
- Applications from final-year students are also accepted, on the condition that the students obtain their degree in June 2017.
- Applications from diplomats and technical engineers with a “Bologna process” master’s degree (minimum 60 ECTS credits) will also be accepted.
- A C1 level (on the Common European Framework) or equivalent level of English, and a basic knowledge of French. These are the two working languages at the College of Europe.
- Nationality of one of the member states or membership candidate states of the European Union, or states in the European Economic Area, or states in the Union for the Mediterranean (UFM) (org/ufm-countries/)
Applications and accompanying documents must be presented at the Diplocat headquarters from 8.30am to 2pm.
Applicants will be able to consult the final decision regarding the grant process on the Diplocat web page and the virtual noticeboard (web) of the Catalan government’s administration within six months of the date of the publication of this call in the Catalan government’s official journal
More information at MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies (College of Europe - Natolin)
Last updated: 21 April 2017