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Erasmus Mundus: International MSc in Rural DevelopmentReturn to overview
|Department||Faculty of Bioscience Engineering|
|Consortium||Ghent University (Belgium); Agrocampus Ouest (France); Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany); Wageningen University (The Netherlands); the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (Slovakia); the University of Pisa (I|
|Coordinating university||Ghent University (Belgium)|
|Period||full academic year||Duration||4 semesters|
|Degree||Erasmus Mundus: International MSc in Rural Development|
|Admission||Each application will be evaluated by a board of admission of the specific programme and has to be approved by the Faculty Council and by the Rectorís office. Entry conditions: Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree of minimum 3 years with good overall scores (at least a second class or equivalent, preferably higher) from a university or recognized equivalent. Specific academic requirements: Applicants are expected to have basic science training (demonstrable in the transcripts) in the following fields: (1) mathematics and/or statistics, (2) agronomy and/or biology and/or environmental sciences and (3) social sciences and/ or rural development. Applicants who cannot present a combined training of these fields will be evaluated on their aptitude, based on experience and knowledge of these fields, as demonstrated by CV or other evidence.|
|Tuitionfee||European students: 4 000 (annually); non-European students: 8 000 EUR (annually)|