The international master Erasmus Mundus GEMMA, coordinated by the Institute of women’s studies and gender of the University of Granada, which is teaching from the academic year 2007-2008, opened the period of scholarship to pursue his new edition during the 2015-2017 period.
GEMMA, Erasmus Mundus Master in women’s studies and gender is a postgraduate program in two academic years in duration, that provides quality academic training and develops skills for intervention on equality, in areas of women’s studies and gender at the international level. GEMMA is interdisciplinary and has the added value of including student mobility in two out of the seven participating universities and offer the unique opportunity to obtain two masters titles issued by the two universities where studies are conducted.
GEMMA is the first and only Erasmus Mundus Master in women’s studies and gender in Europe, selected by the European Commission, which has distinguished him as “the master of reference in women and gender studies at European and global level” for the first time in 2006 and again in 2011.
offer prestigious scholarships Erasmus Mundus for students. These scholarships cover tuition and health insurance rates and include a monthly allowance.
in addition, guest teacher has the possibility of obtaining grants Erasmus Mundus to fund stays in teaching and research in the universities of the GEMMA consortium of between two and four weeks.
applicants must be in possession of a university degree whose minimum duration is 3 years of study or 180 ECTS, and demonstrate knowledge of two of the three official languages of the Consortium: Spanish, English, Italian, according to the selected mobility path. To see the website of GEMMA for the specific requirements for the scholarships and the requirements for application for guest teachers.
deadlines for the call 2015-2017
Students who apply for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship: 30 November 2014 (online application).
Students who do not apply for scholarship Erasmus Mundus (self-financing or with other scholarship students): 30 April 2015 (online application).
Guest teacher: 30 April 2015 (online application).
master GEMMA is coordinated by the University of Granada and is carried out jointly with the following European prestigious universities, dedicated to the study of women and gender:
University of Bologna (Italy)
Central Universidad Europea de Budapest (Hungary)
University of Hull (United Kingdom)
University of Lodz (Poland)
University of Oviedo (Spain)
University of Utrecht (Netherlands)