Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters in Service Design

Grant Name
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters in Service Design
Funder
Art Academy of Latvia
Country or Region
Latvia
Research Field
Social sciences
Deadline
28 February 2023 (Expired)
Grant Size

The only Erasmus Mundus Joint master's program in service design - Service Design Strategies and Innovations (SDSI) - is accepting applications for study year 2023/2024 until February 28. It is planned to admit 30 students from all over the world.

In the Fall 2022 SDSI was awarded with the eminent status of an Erasmus Mundus Joint master’s programme. Starting from September, studies will be held on-site only, with mobility periods in 3 different countries - Latvia, Finland and Estonia. An essential fact is that the Erasmus Mundus status is valued as a sign of quality in education. It has also contributed to recognition of the programme. European Commission research results show that Erasmus+ significantly improves students' career prospects and personal growth.

In addition to the quality of the programme and the international recognition, we also would like to highlight the fact that we have an opportunity to award 1400 EUR monthly scholarships for 20 best candidates and completely waive the tuition fee (15 from EU/EEU/Switzerland). However, any interested candidate is welcome to apply. Even if not selected for the scholarship, anyone that successfully passes the admission process can study at SDSI for a study fee of 4000 EUR per year for EU/EEA citizens, and 8000 EUR per year for students originating from the rest of the world.

Eligibility

The programme requires a bachelor’s degree in humanitarian sciences, arts, information and communication sciences, the social and human sciences, or science in business administration. Do you have a Bachelor’s degree at least 180 ECTS or a second-level professional higher education diploma in humanitarian sciences, arts, information and communication sciences, the social and human sciences, or science in business administration? Then you meet the only prerequisite for the Master’s in SDSI. A professional work experience is preferable and might give you a competitive advantage but is not a prerequisite for studying with the SDSI.

 

 

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Join the Only Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters programme in Service Design!

What is funded

The only Erasmus Mundus Joint master's program in service design - Service Design Strategies and Innovations (SDSI) - is accepting applications for study year 2023/2024 until February 28. It is planned to admit 30 students from all over the world.

In the Fall 2022 SDSI was awarded with the eminent status of an Erasmus Mundus Joint master’s programme. Starting from September, studies will be held on-site only, with mobility periods in 3 different countries - Latvia, Finland and Estonia. An essential fact is that the Erasmus Mundus status is valued as a sign of quality in education. It has also contributed to recognition of the programme. European Commission research results show that Erasmus+ significantly improves students' career prospects and personal growth.

In addition to the quality of the programme and the international recognition, we also would like to highlight the fact that we have an opportunity to award 1400 EUR monthly scholarships for 20 best candidates and completely waive the tuition fee (15 from EU/EEU/Switzerland). However, any interested candidate is welcome to apply. Even if not selected for the scholarship, anyone that successfully passes the admission process can study at SDSI for a study fee of 4000 EUR per year for EU/EEA citizens, and 8000 EUR per year for students originating from the rest of the world.

Duration

The duration of the programme is 2 years - full time on site studies. The programme is implemented through the union of 3 international cooperation partners - the Latvian Academy of Arts (leading partner), the University of Lapland in Finland and the Estonian Academy of Arts. Stockholm School of Economics in Riga also participates in SDSI implementation as an associated academic partner. 

Eligibility

The programme requires a bachelor’s degree in humanitarian sciences, arts, information and communication sciences, the social and human sciences, or science in business administration. Do you have a Bachelor’s degree at least 180 ECTS or a second-level professional higher education diploma in humanitarian sciences, arts, information and communication sciences, the social and human sciences, or science in business administration? Then you meet the only prerequisite for the Master’s in SDSI. A professional work experience is preferable and might give you a competitive advantage but is not a prerequisite for studying with the SDSI.

 

 

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