The annual tuition fee for the Joint European Master in Women's and Gender Studies (GEMMA) has been set at 1.000 EURO for students from the European Union who would like to study at the University of Łódź.
The Joint European Master's Degree in Women's and Gender Studies is addressed to students interested in women's studies, gender studies and equal opportunities policies. The programme provides an opportunity to acquire professional qualifications and 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 partner institution acknowledged by all Consortium members. The two-year programme starts in September 2007 and will accept students from both third countries (from outside the European Union) and from the EU.
For more information please visit the web sites http://www.gender.uni.lodz.pl/enver/gemma_en.html
or e-mail the Women's Studies Centre, University of Łódź (firstname.lastname@example.org
Students intending to apply for the programme need to present:
§ University Bachelor degree or its equivalent (180 ECTS, minimum 3 years of study)
§ Certificate of language competencies (English - English TOEFL, Cambridge Proficiency Test or equivalent; Spanish* - Spanish Instituto Cervantes DELE Certificate or equivalent; Italian** - Italian Dante Institute Standard Test or equivalent)
§ Application form (attached)
§ Motivation letter
§ Official transcript of previous academic record and diplomas (translated into English)
§ Photocopy of passport
§ Two letters of recommendation
* required by the University of Granada and Oviedo, Spain
** required by the University of Bologna, Italy
Deadline for submission applications: May 15, 2007.
Documents sent after the deadline will not be accepted.