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Important deadlines

December 2015
The EMAIL consortium has decided to give applicants one extra month for their applications. You can now submit your applications till January 31st, 2016 so make sure to take advantage of this opportunity and get everything done on time. In case of any questions, do not hesitate to contact us!
September 2015
We are happy to announce 3rd and final call of EMAIL III. This is a very last chance to apply for the EMAIL scholarship. This year we are going to distribute scholarships for Israeli PhDs and post-docs coming to EU ONLY! If you want to take advantage of this unique opportunity, don’t hesitate and create your application! The deadline is 31st December 2015.
January 2015
The call for application is open and the deadline is 10th February 2015.
Autumn 2014
The next call for applications will be announced during autumn 2014, the application will be open ONLY for staff, doctoral and post-doctoral candidates

Latest news

November 2015
We are pleased to announce a call for mobility extension for both EMAIL II and EMAIL III. If you would like to extend your studies, send an e-mail to this address: em2il@em2il.muni.cz containing: more...
- Your motivation letter (in what way do you think the extension would be beneficial and by how many months would you like to extend your current mobility)
- Home university consent with the extension
- Host university consent with the extension
- Learning Agreement (BA Exchange & MA Exchange students only)

All the documents have to be submitted by 15 December 2015 and the results will be announced no later than 22 December 2015.
January 2015
Dear applicants, To give you a little more time to deal with your applications, we decided to postpone the deadline until 10th February. more...
Make sure you get everything done by then!
January 2015
The EMAIL project team is happy to announce a very limited call for mobility extension. more...
Please note that we do not have many additional scholarship installments to offer so the selection will be very competitive.
If you would like to apply for the extension, send an e-mail to this address: em2il@em2il.muni.cz containing:
- Your motivation letter (for the extension)
- Home university consent with the extension
- Host university consent with the extension
- Learning Agreement (if applicable)
All the documents have to be submitted by 25 January and the results will be announced no later than 1 February.
Summer 2014
EMAIL II and III results were announced! more...
The selection results of both calls for applications were announced to all applicants. Congratulations to the nominated candidates, and all the best of luck for all.
9-12 December 2013
EMAIL Promotion Tour in Israel more...
The EMAIL consortium visited Israel on a tour to promote the Erasmus Mundus and EMAIL programme, represetatives from EU partner institutions visited the partner institutions in Israel to meet students/staff and tell them more details about this possibility to apply for EMAIL, presentation of the tour is available here

Who can apply?

The EMAIL scholarship scheme is designed for:

  1. students and staff members from Israel wanting to study at an EU institution (check the section Partners)
  2. students and staff members from the 27 EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) wanting to study in Israel (check the section Partners)

Please note that exchange between two EU countries and within Israel is not possible.

Types of Mobility - Target Groups

Please note that the possible types of mobility vary according to the so called "target groups". Make sure you read through the description of the individual target groups carefully before applying. Read the information carefully and make your right choice before applying!

Mobility from Israel to Europe:

In order to be eligible to benefit from the EMAIL program, all candidates of all target groups mentioned below, must have not resided nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of the 27 EU member states (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) at the time of submitting their application to EMAIL (this rule does not apply for Staff mobility nor candidates of target group 3 (see definition below)!)

Target Group 1:

  • Applicants must have the nationality of Israel.
  • Applicants must be registered/employed at any of the 6 Israeli partner institutions of the EMAIL consortium at the time of application and mobility! (see Partners section).
  • Undergraduate students must have successfully completed at least one year of studies at their home institution
  • Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses at the hosting institution

Target Group 2:

  • Applicants must have the nationality of Israel.
  • Applicants can be registered at a Higher Education institution in Israel (not included in the EMAIL consortium!)
  • Applicants can be already graduated, having obtained a university degree or equivalent by an institution in Israel
  • Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses at the hosting institution

Target Group 3:

  • Nationals of Israel who are of Arab Minority.
  • OR
  • Nationals of Israel who are in particular vulnerable situation. For example:
    • having a refugee status or asylum beneficiaries
    • it can be proved that they have been the object of unjustified expulsion from university on racial, ethnic, religious, political, gender or sexual inclination
    • they belong to an indigenous population targeted by a specific national policy or IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons)

Mobility from Europe to Israel:

Target Group 1:

  • Applicants must be nationals of any of the 27 EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom)
  • Applicants must be registered/employed at any of the EU partner institutions of the EMAIL consortium (see Partners section) at the time of application and mobility!.
  • Undergraduate students must have successfully completed at least one year of studies at their home institution.
  • Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses at the hosting institution

Target Group 2:

  • Nationals of any of the 27 EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom)
  • Applicants need either to be registered in a Higher Education Institution (HEI) (not included in the EMAIL consortium) of any European country or to have obtained a university degree or equivalent from a HEI of any European country;
  • Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses at the hosting institution

For All mobility flows (EU to Israel and Israel to EU – all target groups!)

Check the possible fields of study at each institution, admission and language requirements, academic calendars, courses offered, services provided for incoming students, etc. by clicking on the "Detailed information" sheet of the institution you are interested in (check the section Partners).

The eligibility status refers to the time when mobility starts!

Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses at the hosting institution

 

Undergraduate

In order to be eligible, undergraduate students need to be enrolled in an undergraduate programme (BA or equivalent) and have already finished at least one year of undergraduate studies, once the EMAIL mobility period has started.

An undergraduate student is registered at an institution (home institution), which is either a partner in the EMAIL consortium (check the section Partners) or any institution in Israel (only for Target Group 3). The exchange period for undergraduate students lasts either 1 semester or 1 academic year (max. 10 months).

Undergraduates do not obtain a diploma from the host institution. However, all academic results will be sent to the students' home institution and will be recognized by using the two ECTS tools: the learning agreement and the transcript of records.

Tuition fees are funded by the EMAIL programme with up to a maximum of 3000 € per year (if applicable). If the tuition fees are above this amount, the host institution must apply a fee waiver. The grant holders are not responsible for covering any tuition fees.

Please find a list of all required documents to be uploaded by undergraduates here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • Learning Agreement
    • Document must be signed by:
      • EMAIL contact person at the home institution (not applicable for target group 3)
      • Coordinator at the Faculty/Department at the home institution who will then also be responsible for recognition procedures
    • download template...
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Target Group 3 proof
    • Document indicating the candidate belongs to Target Group 3 (only for students applying for target group 3). For Israeli nationals of Arab minority, please upload a scanned copy of your national ID as a proof
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • This document is not obligatory; you are allowed to skip it if you do not feel it will help in making your application more appealing.

Possible target groups for undergraduate students:

  • Target group 1
  • Target group 3 (not applicable for EU Nationals)

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Master

In order to be eligible, students must have finished their undergraduate studies (BA or equivalent) before the EMAIL mobility period has started.

Before applying, please have a look at the offered courses or programmes at the host institutions here and see, if you are eligible for applying. Please check the information provided by each partner institution concerning the master programme requirements.

Before applying, decide whether you want to study as a master exchange (non-degree) student or a master degree student:


Master's exchange (non-degree) students

A master's exchange student must be registered at an institution (home institution) which can be either a partner institution within the consortium or any other institution in Israel (only for Target Groups 2 and 3). The exchange period for students lasts either 1 semester or 1 academic year (max. 10 months).

Students do not obtain a diploma from the host institution. However, all academic results will be sent to the students' home institution and will be recognized by using the two ECTS tools: the learning agreement and the transcript of records.

Tuition fees are funded by EMAIL programme with up to a maximum of 3000 € per year (if applicable). If the tuition fees are above this amount, the host institution must apply a fee waiver. The scholars are not responsible for covering any tuition fees.

Find a list of all required documents for master's exchange students to be uploaded here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • Learning Agreement
    • Document must be signed by:
      • EMAIL contact person at the home institution (not applicable for target group 3)
      • Coordinator at the Faculty/Department at the home institution who will then also be responsible for recognition procedures
    • download template...
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Certificates (bachelor degree or equivalent)
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • This document is not obligatory; you are allowed to skip it if you do not feel it will help in making your application more appealing
  • Target Group 3 proof
    • Document indicating the candidate belongs to Target Group 3 (only for students applying for target group 3). For Israeli nationals of Arab minority, please upload a scanned copy of your national ID as a proof

Master's degree students

Master's degree programmes are offered only for candidates from Israel who wish to finish a full-master's degree in Europe (it is not possible for EU students to apply for a full master's degree through EMAIL!). A master's degree student registers at one of the EU partner institutions and is no longer a student at his/her former home institution in Israel. Master's degree students will obtain a diploma from the EU institution. Students applying as degree students need to comply with the local admission requirements. If selected they have to follow the standard individual application procedure at the EU institution. Admission criteria of all partner institutions in the consortium have to be respected.

The EMAIL consortium provides scholarships for master's degree students from 12 months up to a maximum duration of 22 months, depending on the duration of the master's programme.

Tuition fees are funded by the EMAIL programme with up to a maximum of 3000 € per year (if applicable). If the tuition fees are above this amount, the host institution must apply a fee waiver. The grant holders are not responsible for covering any tuition fees.

Find a list of all required documents for master degree students to be uploaded here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • At least one recommendation letter is required.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Bachelor degree certificate or equivalent
    • Applicants for a Master Degree programme applying in Target Group 2 will need to prove that they have completed a Bachelor Programme at a higher education institution in Israel by uploading the relevant document.
  • Target Group 3 proof
    • Document indicating the candidate belongs to Target Group 3 (only for students applying for target group 3). For Israeli nationals of Arab minority, please upload a scanned copy of your national ID as a proof

Possible target groups for master's students:

  • Target group 1
  • Target group 2
  • Target group 3 (not applicable for EU Nationals)

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Doctorate

In order to be eligible, applicants for doctorate studies must have finished their master's studies (or equivalent) before the EMAIL mobility period has started.

Before applying, please have a look at the offered courses or programmes at the host institution here and see, if you are eligible for applying. Please check the information provided by each partner university concerning the special doctoral programme requirements (by clicking on the "Detailed information" sheet of the institution you are interested in (check the section Partners).

Before applying, decide whether you want to study as a doctorate exchange (non-degree) student or a doctorate degree student:


Doctorate exchange (non-degree) students

A doctorate exchange student must be registered at an institution (home institution) which can be either a partner institution within the consortium or any other institution in Israel (only for Target Groups 2 and 3). The exchange period for students lasts either 1 semester or 1 academic year (max. 10 months). Doctorate exchange students do not obtain a diploma from the host institution (unless agreed otherwise under special circumstances, please contact the EMAIL coordinator for more information (info AT em2il DOT muni DOT cz). However, all academic results will be sent to the students' home institution and will be recognized by using the two ECTS tools: the learning agreement and the transcript of records/report.

Before applying, doctorate exchange applicants need to already have established contact with the host institution in order to guarantee that the profile of the doctorate applicant matches the thematic expertise of the host institution. Therefore, all doctorate exchange applicants are asked to upload a letter of interest and a Research Plan. Please check the list of required documents below.

Tuition fees are funded by the EMAIL programme with up to a maximum of 3.000 € per year (if applicable). If tuition fees are above this amount, the host institution must apply a fee waiver. The grant holders are not responsible for covering any tuition fees.

Find a list of all required documents to be uploaded by doctorate exchange applicants here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • Study and Research Plan
    • Document must be signed by:
      • EMAIL contact person at the home institution (not applicable for target group 2)
      • Coordinator at the Faculty/Department at the home institution who will then also be responsible for recognition procedures
    • download template...
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • At least one recommendation letter is required.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Certificates (master degree or equivalent)
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Letter of Interest
    • This letter from the host institution is specifying their academic interest: Applicants need to download this draft of the letter of interest and upload a filled-in and signed letter of interest. The letter of interest needs to be signed by the academic coordinator at the host institution. This means that doctorate applicants have to contact the host university before submitting their application.
    • download template...
  • Target Group 3 proof
    • Document indicating the candidate belongs to Target Group 3 (only for students applying for target group 3). For Israeli nationals of Arab minority, please upload a scanned copy of your national ID as a proof

Doctorate degree students

Doctorate degree programmes are offered only for candidates from Israel who wish to finish a full-doctoral degree in Europe (it is not possible for EU students to apply for a full doctoral degree through EMAIL!). A doctorate degree student registers at one of the EU partner institutions and is no longer a student at his/her former home institution in Israel. Doctorate degree students will obtain a diploma from the EU institution. Students applying as doctorate degree students need to comply with the local admission requirements. If selected they have to follow the standard individual application procedure at the EU institution. Admission criteria of all partner institutions in the consortium have to be respected. It is the responsibility of the applicant to get in contact with the respective institutions before submitting an application.

The EMAIL consortium provides scholarships for doctorate degree students of up to 34 months.

Tuition fees are funded by the EMAIL programme with up to a maximum of 3.000 € per year (if applicable). If tuition fees are above this amount, the host institution must apply a fee waiver. The grant holders are not responsible for covering any tuition fees.

Find a list of all required documents to be uploaded by doctorate degree applicants here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • At least one recommendation letter is required.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Master degree certificate or equivalent
    • Applicants for a Doctorate Degree programme applying in Target Group 2 will need to prove that they have completed a study programme at a higher education institution in Israel by uploading the relevant document.

Possible target groups for doctorate students:

  • Target group 1
  • Target group 2
  • Target group 3 (not applicable for EU Nationals)

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Post-doctorates

Post-doctorate students must have successfully completed their doctorate studies, once the EMAIL mobility has started.

Before applying, post-doctorate applicants need to already have established contact with the host institution in order to guarantee that the profile of the post-doctorate applicant matches the thematic expertise of the host institution. Therefore, all post-doctrate applicants are asked to upload a letter of interest and a Training/Research/Teaching Plan. Please check the list of required documents below.

Post-doctorate mobility can involve research, training and/or attending highly specialized courses.

The exchange period for post-doctorates lasts for 6 months.

Please find a list of all required documents which need to be uploaded here:

  • Motivation Statement
  • Training/Research/Teaching Plan
    • This document must be signed by:
      • EMAIL contact person at the home institution
      • Head of Faculty/Department/Office at the home institution
    • download template...
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Recommendation letter(s)
    • At least one recommendation letter is required.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Certificates (doctorate degree or equivalent)
  • Transcripts of records
    • Transcript of records is a list of courses passed at your home institution.
  • Letter of Interest
    • This letter from the host institution is specifying their academic interest: Applicants need to download this draft of the letter of interest and upload a filled-in and signed letter of interest. The letter of interest needs to be signed by the academic coordinator at the host institution. This means that post doctorate applicants have to contact the host institution before submitting their application.
    • download template...

Possible target groups for post-doctorates:

  • Target group 1
  • Target group 2

Only for EU Nationals:

In order to be able to apply for a post-doctoral mobility, applicants need to

  1. be eligible to apply under target group 1 and 2
  2. be researchers who obtained their doctorate degree in the last two years at a Higher Education Institution in the EU.

Only for Israeli Nationals:

To be able to apply for a post-doctoral mobility, applicants need to certify that they are registered as a post-doctorate or employed as a researcher at one of the Higher Education Institutions in Israel.

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Staff

Staff applicants (either academic staff or non-academic staff) must be affiliated with one of the EMAIL partner institutions (if applying as target group 1), or with any Higher Education Institution that is eligible for target group 2.

Staff mobility refers exclusively to training, teaching and/or research activities.

Before applying, staff applicants need to already have established contact with the host institution in order to guarantee that the profile of the staff matches the thematic expertise of the host institution. Before applying the staff applicant, the host institution and the home institution need to agree on the programme of the mobility (in-depth description of lectures to be delivered, in-depth description of research activities and/or in-depth description of the type of training to be followed), by filling in and signing the training/research/teaching plan. Also, a letter of interest needs to be signed by the academic coordinator at the host institution. This letter is specifying their academic interest: Applicants need to download this draft of the letter of interest and upload a filled-in and signed letter of interest when applying. Please check the list of required documents below.

The maximum and (at the same time) minimum duration of staff mobility is one month.

The objectives of staff mobility are:

  • to provide staff with opportunities for professional and personal development through the possibility of doing practical training, research or teaching assignments at a partner institution
  • to encourage universities to broaden and enrich the range and content of courses they offer
  • to allow students to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of academic staff from partner universities in the consortium
  • to consolidate links between institutions in different countries
  • to promote exchange of expertise and experience concerning pedagogical methods
  • to strengthen the capacity for international co-operation
  • to prepare long-term recognition of studies between institutions through ECTS (European credit transfer system) or other compatible systems

Please find a list of all required documents to be uploaded here:

  • Objectives and Motivation Statement
  • Training/Research/Teaching Plan
    • This document must be signed by:
      • EMAIL contact person at the home institution
      • Head of Faculty/Department/Office at the home institution
    • download template...
  • CV
  • Passport
    • Copy of passport or other official identification proof.
  • Language certificates
    • All applicants need to check the “Detailed information” sheet of the respective host institution (see the section “Partners”) and upload the required language certificates which are mentioned there if applicable, if the partner institution DOES NOT require any language certificate, please upload a word document in which you mention this fact. In the case where the partner institution REQUIRES a language certificate and the applicant is not able to provide it at the time of application, the following options are possible:
      • Upload a word document in which you show the proof of your knowledge (e.g. a confirmation from your home institution, or a language centre), make sure that this option is acceptable at the host institution in question!
      • Upload a word document in which you show an email correspondence with the host institution where they confirm that you can provide the language certificate at a later stage.
      • Upload a word document in which you explain any other special circumstance arranged by your home institution or based on your personal situation (e.g. your home institution offered to upload the confirmation at a later stage, you had a study abroad experience in a country speaking the language required from you (English, German, French…etc.))
  • Letter of Interest
    • This letter from the host institution is specifying their academic interest: Applicants need to download this draft of the letter of interest and upload a filled-in and signed letter of interest. The letter of interest needs to be signed by the academic coordinator at the host institution. This means that staff applicants have to contact the host institution before submitting their application.
    • download template...
  • Academic record/list of publications/Description of work experience
    • If you are academic staff then you need to upload academic record and list of publications.
      If you are non-academic staff then you need to upload description of work experience.

Possible target groups for staff:

  • Target group 1
  • Target group 2

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Distribution of scholarships

EMAIL III will grant scholarships to a total of 160 grant holders according to the following types of mobility:

Type of Mobility Outgoing Europeans Incoming Israel Total
Target group 1 Target group 2 Target group 1 Target group 2 Target group 3
Undergraduates 10 46 8 64
Masters 16 4 8 4 4 36
Doctorates 5 1 8 4 3 21
Post-doctorates 2 1 4 2 1 10
Staff 10 1 16 2 29
TOTAL 43 7 82 12 16 160

112 scholarships will be allocated to Israeli Nationals, whereas 48 scholarships will be allocated to EU Nationals.

 
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