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Joint MA in International Humanitarian Action awarded Erasmus Mundus status
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In stiff European competition, the NOHA Joint MA in International Humanitarian Action has been awarded Erasmus Mundus status.

Out of 116 eligible applications, only 38 were selected for funding. The NOHA Joint MA in International Humanitarian Action is offered by the Department of International Relations of the University of Malta and seven other universities across Europe. It is a multidisciplinary programme involving studies at at least two different universities across the network.  

The Erasmus status means that as of academic year 2018/19, a number of scholarships will be available for students wishing to follow this prestigious course.

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MA in Humanitarian Action Timetable 2018/9
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Conference: Religion & Humanitarian Action
Friday 7th December 2018
Aula Magna, University of Malta Valletta Campus.

Erasmus+ student mobility programme – second call
Erasmus+ student mobility programme – second call

Disability and Mass Displacement: Intersections and Interventions for Humanitarian Action
Symposium on Disability and Mass Displacement at the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa



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Erasmus+ Second Call for Studies - Semester 2
A second call for Erasmus+ Studies 2017/18 for semester 2 has been launched. 

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Deadline: 30 June



 
 
Last Updated: 18 July 2017

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