FAQs


 

? Why do I need to upload a proof of place of my residence?

This document aims mainly at categorizing an applicant as PaC or PrC student (read more at: PaC or PrC ?) in case s/he was/has been working, training or studying in a different country (a Programme Country) rather than her/his own country of origin in the past 05 years. Also, this information will affect the amount of an erasmus mundus scholarship that applicant (if to be awarded) will receive. (read more at: erasmus mundus scholarships amount).

If this is not your case, you can upload again your passport in Proof of place of residence.

? What type of document should I upload on proof of place of residence?

It should be any legitimate document that shows your residence address, for example:

  • In case you are a student enrolled in public or private university, you may provide a photo student ID and acceptable documentation from the Dean or Bursar Office that you live on campus or in a private flat; or
  • Current driver license/ID that shows your residence address; or
  • Current employer verification of residence address or letter from employer as long as it is on company letterhead with original signature (in which your residence address is shown); or
  • Current utility bill including landline telephone, electric, water, gas, cable, etc.(in which your residence address is shown).

? My university does not use GPA/CGPA grading system. How do I convert my grades?

You may first ask your university if they can help you convert the grades and that they will have to place an university stamp on the conversion to make it official.

If the university cannot/does not provide such service, please choose “Other” and make sure you insert the absolutely accurate numbers in Scale Min. (the lowest grade possible in your university’s grading system), Scale Max. (highest grade possible in your university’s grading system), Mark to Pass, and CGPA (your final result obtained when you graduated). These numbers will be double-checked with your university’s grading system that must be described in either your transcript/syllabus/degree certificate.

? What type of information should a syllabus contain?

The syllabus provides the list of all subjects you have studied in your bachelor degree and, importantly, detail of each subject’s content (subject/course description). In some cases, it can be your transcript but apart from providing info about your grades, it must include details about what each subject was about.

E.g: https://next.unibz.it/en/faculties/computer-science/master-computer-science/course-offering/

? What information should I give in References?

The References is a section that every applicant has to fill out on our Online submission tool. You must provide contact details of maximum three people and please specify that the person has had the opportunity of working with/teaching/tutoring/training..etc you and for how long. We may contact them to have more details about you, so please make sure that your references are aware of and agree to be contacted and asked about you.

Your references can be the same people/person who wrote you the Recommendation letter(s).

? I have both bachelor and master degree related to the field (Software engineering/Computer science/Computer engineering), can I upload both?

The bachelor degree absolutely yes, the master’s is up to you. If you want to, you can merge both degrees’ certificates in one pdf file, same rule applied to transcripts.

? I have a master degree that is related to the field (Software engineering/Computer science/Computer engineering), but my bachelor is not, can I use my master degree to apply?

Yes you can. You need to complete at least 7 out of 13 courses listed in the Application portal, section “Related Education Information”, in order for your degree to be qualified.

The 13 courses: Algorithm, Databases, Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Discrete Maths, Computer Networks, Software Engineering, Software Requirements, Software Design, Theory of Computing, Analysis, Project Management, Testing.

? I do not have a degree related to the field but I have taken online/non-university courses in software engineering/computer science/computer engineering. Can I use them to apply?

Unfortunately we do not accept any degree that is not from an accredited faculty and/or by an internationally recognized university-level institution.

? Can I send my application by email/post?

No. All applications must be submitted through our online Application portal tools. Applications submitted via any oth-er means will not be processed.

? For english proficiency requirement, is it sufficient that my bachelor was completely taught in english?

Only if you can upload a declaration from your university, and it must state that English is the official language of the respective program of degree at level B2.2 or equivalent

? I will graduate soon but for the moment I don’t have the bachelor degree certificate yet. What do I upload on the University Diploma on the Submission tool?

On the application portal, where you are requested to upload the University diploma, you should provide a letter or a declaration by your university, confirming that you will certainly graduate, receive and send us your Bachelor degree certificate by July 31st 2017.

? What are the restrictions if I am an EMSE scholarship holders?

  • You cannot be a former Erasmus Mundus scholarship holder
  • You can receive any other financial support as long as it is not funded by the Erasmus Programme (government scholarships, internship salary,…etc)

? Can I hand my DoV (Declaration of equivalent Value – Dichiarazione di valore) in after the enrollment period ends ?

Yes you can. However, your enrollment will be “with reservation”.

What is a DoV ? Why and where do you need it? Click here

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