Master Erasmus Mundus JMD DYCLAM + scholarships

Dear Colleagues, You will find enclosed a leaflet about our Erasmus Mundus JMD DYCLAM, which is a programme about sustainable management and enhancement of cultural landscapes. This programme lasts 2 years and takes place between the universities of St Etienne (France), Naples (Italy) and Stuttgart (Germany), Polytechnic Institute of Tomar (Portugal) and the National Museum of Natural History, in Paris (France). affiche-DYCLAM-GB-BD.jpg This programme can be of interest for students of all nationalities (European as well as non-European) coming from various backgrounds : Humanities (social and human sciences), law, economics, psychics, chemistry, as well as architecture, urbanism, art and design, heritage and landscape, or engineering, Biology, Antropology, Etnology, Archeolog, Cuture. Could you kindly forward this leaflet to all interested people or to display it in your office. The application deadline to join the 2016-2018 cohort is 1st of march 2016. – New! There are new scholarships! Please check on [->] – BE CAREFULL! It’s time to apply for Jean Monnet Foundation Scolarship and Consortium (10 000 euros for the first year): before 15 th April 2016. French embassies can also provide scholarships. Please check on the French Embassy website of your country !!! Further information, particularly concerning registration fees and financial helps can be found on our website: [->] I stay at your disposal for any further inquiry. _ I thank you for your help _ With best regards, Richard Dumez _ Maître de conférences _ Resp. DYCLAM-MNHN (European Master JMD Erasmus+) _ Musée de l’Homme Leaflet DYCLAM in English Poster DYCLAM in English

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Vincent Battesti (2016, 4 janvier). Master Erasmus Mundus JMD DYCLAM + scholarships. AFEA - Association française d'ethnologie et d'anthropologie. Consulté le 18 mai 2024, à l’adresse

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