How to apply
Apply for the Flood Risk Management programme by completing and submitting the online application form available at the IHE Delft website. Make sure that before you start to apply online, the documents described on this page are collected.
Certified copy(ies) of academic diploma(s) (if applicable translated in English);
Certified academic transcript(s), (if applicable translated in English);
Curriculum Vitae including work experience and research record (if any);
While completing your application, you will be asked to answer 5 motivation questions. Your motivation is an important criterion for selecting you for admission and/or scholarship. Therefore, prepare you motivation questions well in advance. These questions are shown below:
1. Why are you applying for this programme?
2. What are the specific challenges, issues or problems (in your country, region or worldwide) that you would like to address once you have completed this study? (max 1000 characters)
3. How will this programme enable you to address abovementioned challenges, issues or problems? (max 1000 characters)
4. What are your most relevant qualifications and experiences that make you a suitable candidate for this programme? (max 1000 characters)
5. Where do you see yourself 5 years after you have graduated? (max 1000 characters)
Two letters of recommendation, preferably not older than six months either by two university teachers or by one university teacher and by one employer, or by internationally recognised scientist(s). The reference letters should:
1. Refer to academic and scientific qualifications and potential of the candidate with regard to the programme;
2. Refer to professional qualifications and/or potential of the candidate;
3. Refer to personal qualifications and/or potential of the candidate.
Results of an English language test proving you comply with the programme's language requirements.
Residence certificate. In order to verify your place of residence, you need to submit a residence certificate with your application for admission. You can use for example:
a. a residence certificate issued in accordance with the candidate's municipality normal registration rules;
b. a certificate from your place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question. If you have been studying the last year before you apply, you can e.g. upload a copy of your academic transcript or a registration letter of the university where you have been studying. If you have been working you can use a statement of your employer.
c. You may use e.g. an electricity bill or any document you can think of, which confirms the place where you have been living This document must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline of applying for an EMJMD student scholarship.
(1) Only PDF, Word/Doc and JPEG files with a maximum file size of 2 MB per file will be accepted.
(2) In case you have not yet obtained your BSc degree, and you are in the last year of your study, please attach a statement of your university confirming that you are in the last year of your BSc study (instead of copy of your BSc diploma) and stating that you are expected to graduate before 15 August 2022. Also attach the transcript showing the subjects you followed and the marks and ECTS obtained so far.
(3) Citizens from certain countries are exempted from taking an English language test (see the admission requirements). Candidates from countries where English is the language of instruction in higher education, but which are not on the list of exempted countries, always need to upload the English language test results.
Submission deadline for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship application is 15 January 2022, 23:59 CET for applicants from Partner Countries.
Submission deadline for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship application is 15 February 2022, 23:59 CET for applicants from Programme Countries.
Applications received after this date will be taken into consideration for academic admission. In those cases you need to submit your application and financial confirmation before 31st May 2022. If you do not need a visa for Germany the deadline of application and financial confirmation is 30th June 2022.
Later applications can be considered under certain circumstances. In this case send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire if there are still seats available.
Apply for the Joint Master Programme in Flood Risk Management by filling out and submitting your online application on the IHE Delft website.
A number of around 25 Erasmus Mundus scholarships will be offered for the year 2022-2024. Besides this there are between 5-7 places available for non-Erasmus Mundus scholarship holders. If you are interested in attending the programme with other financial means, apply in time. The 5 places will be offered to the first 5-7 candidates, of whom we receive financial confirmation.
If you have indicated in your application form that you wish to be considered for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, you will be informed about the outcome of your application for admission and scholarship before 30th April preceding to the start year of the programme.
The final awarding of the scholarship will depend upon the approval of the European Commission. If you meet the academic admission requirements, but you have not been selected for a scholarship, you may still attend the programme if you are able to cover the cost of the programme by other means. Maximum 7 seats will be available.
If you have indicated in your application that you will cover the cost of the programme by other means, you will be informed about the outcome within 4 weeks after you have submitted your application.