Selection Process

After closing the deadline for applications, the consortium’s Selection Committee will evaluate them. The admission policy is intended to ensure equal opportunity of access to higher education for qualified European and Third-country students. In the first instance the Selection Committee selects those students who meet the Admission Requirements and afterwards establishes a ranking considering merits (according to the list of Additional Merits listed below that includes a videoconference interview). Finally, the Committee formulates a proposal for the candidates who should be accepted into the Master, the list top ranked candidate deserving the award of the Erasmus + EMJMDs scholarship, according to Erasmus Mundus rules, as well as a reserve list. As soon as the list is approved, students will be informed, by fax or e-mail.


  • Academic results of the student within his/her class, considering the adequacy of the students background for the Master course:  Max 30 points.
  • Relevant merits associated to the CV: Max 10 points.
  • Letter of motivation  and recommendation letters: Max 10 points.
  • Interview with the selection committe: Max 50 points.


One of the NucPhys EMJMD missions is to attract the best students from all over the world interested in Nuclear Physics, promoting diversity, both on the candidates and on the carreer paths taken by them. 

The selection list for granted students will be submitted to the European Commission. The Coordinating Institution (University of Seville) will inform the students as soon as the list is approved.

Admitted students will normally be accepted for one of the mobility schemes mentioned in their three preferred choices. Changes in the mobility scheme should be approved by the steering committee.

They will also be notified by an official letter expressly confirming the student’s admission to the Master programme. The letter will be accompanied by a brief description of the Masters Course, with express reference to its forming part of the European Commission Erasmus + Programme - EMJMD, its organization by officially recognised educational entities in the three countries, and any other information which may help to complete the paperwork necessary to obtain visas, official permits, etc.


  • deadline for applications: 15th January 2024

  • the selection committee will produce an ordered list of applicants by the end of March, 2024
  • the list is sent to the EACEA for approval by April 15, 2024
  • communications to the accepted students and grant assignments by the end of May, 2024