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Erasmus Mundus Action2 Integration, Interaction and Institutions

Venues: Various Universities in the network
Period: Sep/December, 2011 - May, 2014
Application deadline: Jun. 27, 2011
Triple I launches 3rd call for doctorate applications for exchange studies starting in autumn 2011. Scholarships are available for Europeans and Russian nationals applying only at doctorate level. Mobilities may start in Septeber 2011 but latest in December 2011.

N.B. The call is not open to following universities: University of Leuven, Belgium and University of Turku, Finland

How to apply to the Scholarships


Applicants must be doctoral students, and be European or a Russian national. They must be able to complete the mobility period between September/December 2011 and May 2014.

Application Procedure

The actual applicantion is handeled online here.
However, prior to the application, the following steps shouldbe taken: Check that your study plan fits with the framework of Triple I; Check the websites of the partner institutions to see their programs; and collect the following documentation:
-Certified copy of degree certificate in original language and its certified English translation
-Certified copy of academic transcript in original language and its certified English translation
-Language Assessment Sheet or internationally recognized language test certificate (e.g. IELTS)
-Recommendation letter (1) or acceptance letter issued by the host university in English
-Research plan Invitation letter (host specific) in EnglishCV (preferably in Europass format) in English
-Copy of international passport or a document indicating applicant has applied for a passport, e.g. a receipt.
-Official proof that the applicant is socio-economically disadvantaged e.g. a social stipendium, if applicable.



Information & contacts

University of Turku International Office
Rehtorinpellonkatu 3
FI-20014 Turku, Finland
tel.: 00358.2.333.6033
fax:: 00358.2.333.6370
e-mail: iiiadmissions[at]


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