GEMMA is the first Erasmus Mundus Master in Women’s and Gender Studies in Europe. It is, therefore, a master of excellence supported by the European Commission which selected it as Erasmus Mundus from within 160 project proposals for 2006. GEMMA is the achievement of long years of efforts trying to advance in the tuning of our diverse educational structures and create common curricula in Women’s and Gender Studies.
The eight partner institutions represent seven European countries with different locations and cultures across all Europe: University of Granada (Spain, Co-ordinator), University of Bologna (Italy), Central European University (Hungary), University of Hull (United Kingdom), Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis (Slovenia), University of Lodz (Poland), University of Oviedo (Spain) and University of Utrecht (Netherlands). GEMMA is an interdisciplinary programme that provides high quality academic education and professional competences for personnel working or intending to work in the areas of Women’s Studies, Gender Studies and Equal Opportunities across Europe. It collects our best offers both from the humanities and social sciences, making it attractive to students and offering a wide span of options and combinations. Courses are taught by the most distinguished and highly recognized professors in the fields of research at each one of the departments involved.
GEMMA provides a unique opportunity to benefit from mobility as students are expected to study at different European universities. This inter-university and interdisciplinary postgraduate programme gives a unique possibility to obtain a double diploma from the home and mobility university acknowledged by all GEMMA Consortium members. Third Country Students Erasmus Mundus scholarship (category A)
Erasmus Mundus scholarships allow third-country graduate students to follow the whole programme, i.e. they will receive a scholarship for the whole duration of the GEMMA programme. The GEMMA Consortium decides who receives an Erasmus Mundus scholarship on the basis of CVs, study and academic merits, motivation, recommendations, language skills, etc. The European Commission confirms this selection and officially assigns the grants.
Erasmus Mundus grants for Third Country Scholars
Erasmus Mundus scholarships are for third-country scholars coming to Europe. Scholars have to apply for these scholarships directly to GEMMA. Erasmus Mundus scholarships allow third-country scholars to perform a teaching or research assignment or other scholarly work at one of the GEMMA Consortium institution. The consortium decides who receives an Erasmus Mundus scholarship on the basis of CVs, study and academic merits, motivation, recommendations, language skills, etc. The Commission confirms this selection and assigns the grants.
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