APPLICATION AND ADMINISTRATION
Application and administration
Each participating partner university is planning for each academic year on 3 outgoing and 3 incoming InMAS students. The InMAS committee will make every effort to achieve an evenly balanced exchange from year to year.
Procedure of application
Only students enrolled in one of the participating Master programs will be considered. Any credits for a Master’s degree while enrolled outside the attributed InMAS home or host university cannot not be taken into account for the InMAS credit balance.
All applications shall be composed of:
- the application form (download here)(The student can submit up to 2 applications representing a 1st and 2nd choice of the host university)
- the student’s CV
- a letter of motivation
- at least one letter of recommendation
- a copy of the candidate’s diploma and transcripts of the academic records
- a proof of sufficient English language proficiency (Wyoming only accepts TOEFL or TOIC)
- a study program of 120 ECTS, 50% from the home university and 50% from the host university (download form here) (60 ECTS is equivalent to 18 US credits).
The local coordinator of InMAS will serve as a contact for the student, will assist the student in the application process and help in the compilation of the study program.
The local coordinators for the consortium are currently:
1: University Clermont Auvergne (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
Prof. Dr. Andrea Flossmann)
2: Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Mainz, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Stephan Borrmann)
3: Ilia State University (Tbilisi, Georgia)
Prof. Dr. Maya Todua)
4: University of Wyoming (Laramie, Wy USA)
Prof. Dr. Bart Geerts)
application deadline for S1 or S3 at a host university : 1 May
application deadline for S2 or S4 at a host university : 1 November (please note that not all partners accept students arriving S2 or S4)
Procedure of admission
All applications will be examined by the InMAS committee and ranked taking into account:
- motivation of the student
- merit records
- selected host universities and balance of incoming and outgoing students
- feasibility of the study plan (in collaboration with the home and host Master’s programs and the local education councils)
- language proficiency
The InMAS committee will offer places to applicants who appear to have the highest potential for graduate study and who, with the benefit of a graduate education, are the most likely to contribute substantially to their academic or professional fields through teaching, research, or professional practice.
Once accepted by the InMAS committee, the student will be eligible to apply for registration at the host university under the terms of this dual program. The host university, however, has final authority on the administrative admission decisions.