Mobility Rules

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  • EMJM includes compulsory physical mobility for all enrolled students (EMJM scholarshipholders or not) consisting of a minimum of two study periods in two countries, of which at least one must be a Programme Country (France, Italy, Portugal or Slovenia).
  • These two countries must be different from the country of residence of the student at enrolment stage. (This would typically be the country where you obtained you bachelor diploma).
  • Each of the two mandatory study periods must correspond to a workload of at least one academic semester (30 ECTS credits or equivalent).
  • All Master programme study periods must take place in full partner university, or under their direct supervision (if the mobility takes place during the Internship period). As long as this condition is met, the Internship can be located outside of the consortium, or even out of European Union.
  • Compulsory mobility periods cannot be replaced by virtual mobility (distance learning).
  • In order to be eligible to receive an EMJM Scholarship you should not have previously obtained an EMJM scholarship in the same Erasmus+ framework programme (started in 2021).

Below are some scenarios to help understand the rules above.

Scenario 1
You are doing your Bachelor in a German University and you want to register in the track Chemoinformatics for Biophysical & Computational Chemistry. The first year takes place in Ljubljana (1st mobility period), the third semester in Strasbourg (2nd mobility period) and during the forth semester you can do your internship in a country in Europe or outside Europe. You are free to go back to one of the places visited before.

Scenario 2
You are finishing your Undergraduate Degree in Bar Ilan and you want to register in the track Chemoinformatics and materials informatics. The first year is in Bar-Ilan, the third semester in Strasbourg (1st mobility period). In order to validate your 2nd mobility period, you need to do your internship in a third country in Europe or outside Europe. You are not allowed to do in France or in Israel.

Scenario 3
You are doing your Bachelor in Paris and you want to register in the track In Silico Design of Bioactive Molecules. You could either start with:

  • one year in Milan (1st mobility period) or
  • one semester in Strasbourg and a second semester in Milan (1st mobility period). As the third semester takes place in Paris, you would need to do your internship period in a third country in Europe or outside Europe in order to validate your 2nd mobility period.

In all scenarios, the internship will be supervised by the partner, where the student spents the 3rd semestre.

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