Please read the Application Guide carefully before submitting your application for the Master in Media, Communication and Public Policy (MCPP) program.
Note that this Guide is for entry in the academic year 2012-2013 and for admission to the Master of Science (MSc) in Media, Communication and Public Policy (MCPP) program.
The Guide provides information on completing the application form, the supporting materials you need to provide and deadlines.
[toggle_item title=”Deadlines”]The program has two application deadlines:
- 30 June 2012 (we will make our decision on these applications by 31 July 2012)
- 1 September 2012 (we will make our decision on these applications by 30 September 2012)
If you want to secure your position you need to submit your application by the June deadline. Applications received following the June deadline and by the September deadline will be assessed according to space availability. If you are interested in applying for scholarship through us you need to apply by the June deadline
(please see the fees and scholarships section for more information).
Note that the application window closes at 23. 59 GMT (local time in Greece) on the deadline date.[/toggle_item]
[toggle_item title=”Application Material”]The application must include:
- a fully completed online application form
- the personal statement
- proof of English language proficiency
The application form, the personal statement and the transcript should be submitted by the application deadline. If you would like to request to be granted a waiver for the English language requirement, this should be in the form of letter submitted along with the rest of the application material by the application deadline.
You may submit proof of English language proficiency by 2 October 2012. However, in case you are admitted to the program, your acceptance will be conditional until proof of English language proficiency is received.
The Application Form along with the supporting material should be in English.
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.[/toggle_item]
[toggle_item title=”Application Methods”]Application should be submitted via email. Please email the Application Form together with the supporting material (personal statement, transcript) in electronic format, as three separate attachments to email@example.com[/toggle_item]
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Your name on the application form should appear as it appears on your passport or other official document. Please include all countries that you have nationality of but only one passport number.
To fill in the application form, please use block capitals and print clearly. Indicate N/A for non applicable.[/toggle_item]
[toggle_item title=”Supporting Material”]All supporting material, with the exception of the certificate of English language proficiency when an applicant is exempted or requests a waiver of the requirement, should be submitted by the application deadline.[/toggle_item]
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The personal statement should support your reasons for applying, interest in the fields of media, communication and public policy, your professional development experience and/or plans. The personal statement should be written in English and be no more than 600 words and no less than 400, 12 Times New Roman, double space. Please write your contact details (name, address and email) on the right upper side of the first page of your statement.
Your statement should be entirely your own work.[/toggle_item]
You need to submit a transcript of your grades from your most recently obtained academic qualification.
If you are in the process of completing your undergraduate degree, please submit an interim transcript with a record of your past grades.[/toggle_item]
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The requirement to provide proof of English language proficiency may be waived, at the discretion of the University, in cases where you have successfully completed, or are currently completing, a full-time degree-level course of a minimum of nine months at a recognized institution where the medium of instruction and assessment is entirely in English.
If you wish to apply for a waiver of the English test requirement you should include with your application a letter no longer than 300 words, 12 Times New Roman, double space explaining the reasons why you should be exempted from the requirement. You should submit this by the application deadline along with your other materials.
Otherwise you need to provide a copy of the English proficiency certificate by 2 October 2012.
You need to submit this as attachment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org [/toggle_item]