How to apply?

Applications can be submitted via the Apply button below. Please note that the selection criteria include a motivation letter, which should include both a clear expression of interest for studying Islands and sustainability and drives to be trained as a researcher in this subject. The motivation should also include reasons for studying at the island university where students prefer to study as part of the compulsory mobility period of the programme. Students should also send in at least one reference letter from an experienced researcher.

Scholarship applications for 2023 are now closed.
 Self-funded Applications for 2023
are open until 1 April2023
51Days 18Hours 59Minutes 52Seconds

Application form

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Once you have submitted your application and all required documents using the online form you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application within two working days. Your application will then be assessed by the ISLANDS Programme Eligibility and Selection Committee with possible interviews in February/March. Outcomes of the final selection will be sent out in early June.

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    Associated Partners

    The International Joint Master of Science on Islands and Sustainability is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.