New Master programme in International Cooperation and Urban Development at University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

The Erasmus Mundus Programme offers a 2 year, English taught, interdisciplinary Advanced Master's Course in International Co-operation and Urban Development operated by four leading European Universities, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany), the Università Tor Vergata in Rome, the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Barcelona and the Université Pierre Mendés France in Grenoble, supported by the European Commission and which leads to a double degree. The offer also includes 18 scholarships for non-EU students (value € 42.000 - over two years each). The applicants should have a 4 year BA degree. Priority will be given to those specialised in economic and urban development or international cooperation and have professional working experience of a minimum one year. The deadline for non-European applicants - and especially for those applying for the ERASMUS MUNDUS scholarship is January 15th, 2008. The deadline for EU students and others that missed the January deadline and come with their own funding is July 15th, 2008. For further information please see :