About the academic requirement:
Yes.Candidates awarded with a first higher education Science degree in related fields such as management and business administration(sociology, marketing, communication, finances, economics, event and tourism management) with excellent academic records can also be considered. However, candidates should provide a very convincing demonstration that they have a strong background and interest in sport organisations and activities.
About the documents:
No. We need an official document where your name and address appear on it. It can be an electricity bill, a rent receipt, an official document from your city hall.
Then, you will need to give us an official document with their names on it, and an ID. Also, you need to ask them to write you a declaration of honour, attesting you are actually living with them.
You don't have to pass an official English Test, such as TOEFL/IELTS, as long as you can give us a certificate from your actual University attesting that your courses were taught in English. We need to be sure your English skills are good enough, as we will provide our GOALS Master Programme in English.
About the tracks:
No, students may choose the track they want accoroding to their professional career plans
Our evaluation grid mainly targets applicants with a degree in sport management, business administration or sport studies. However, you can still apply if you demonstrate a strong commitment in the field of sport (volunteering, high level sport practice, professional or personal experience in sport industry or associations etc …).
EU Member States & Third countries associated to the programme are the following countries (former Programme countries) : EU Member States + Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia, Republic of Turkey. Third countries not associated to the programme (former Partner countries) are all other countries throughout the world.
You will find the list of the documents you have to provide during your application under the section « how to apply » of the website.
All students at Master’s level from all around the world can apply for the scholarship. You must hold a Bachelor’s degree, be in your last year of Bachelor studies and graduate before the Master’s programme starts or be recognised equivalent level of learning according to national legislation and practices in the degree-awarding countries / institutions. Students who have priviously obtained an EMJM scholarship under the programmation 21 – 27 are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship under the EMJM programme.
You have to provide the Consortium with either IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC or Cambridge certificate or attest of a minimum of 2 years full-time studies in English.
No. You have to provide both an academic and a professional reference.
You can find all the admission requirements on our website, on the page « how to apply ».
No. Both application take place at the same time and via a single application form. Students can apply for the EMJM scholarship, by indicating their choice in the application form.
No. Our programme does not accept Duolinguo as a sufficiant language proficiency certificate.
GOALS International Master starts at the beginning of September (next intake to start in September 2023).
This programme is fully taught in English.
Yes, that is possible. During the application, you will need to submit a formal letter from your university stating you will finish your Bachelor before your enrolment in GOALS programme. Also the transcript of records, incl. all courses still on-going, should be given as well as the results up to the moment of application.
Yes, this is allowed.
The EMJM scholarshup as a value of EUR 1400 per month, for a total duration of 24 months. For students awarded with the scholarship, the participation costs are waived. The scholarship covers the living costs incurred by the student, including travel, visa, installation, house-rent and other living costs during their studies.
For students starting in September 2023, applications will open in October 2022, with deadline in February 2023 (for scholarship students and self-supported students) or April 2023 (only for self-supported students)