Online Open Days
Graduate at the first Joint Master’s Degree on “Lifelong Well-being and Healthy Ageing
The LIFELINE Master’s programme invites you to study in more than one university and in more than one country, for an international and interdisciplinary learning experience.
This is a single opportunity to have your personalised curricula and a degree from all the universities you will study in on the four semesters of the master’s.
In the audience for this webinar are invited students with min. a bachelor in social, health or life sciences and an English proficiency level of B2 and a min. GMAT score of 8 (80%).
You Will Learn
|– What is an EC2U joint master’s degree?|
|– How can you be among the first specialists in lifelong well-being and healthy ageing?|
|– How can you choose your own welfare or health study track?|
|– What market opportunities are opened for you after graduation?|
|– What courses can you take ?|
Admission RequirementsIn order to apply for the Degree Program, students should have a Bachelor’s degree in one of the following areas: health and welfare, social and behavioral sciences, psychology and sports, life sciences (biotechnology, biological sciences, pharmacy, medicine) or any other area accepted in the country of the application. All documents submitted should be issued by the relevant official bodies. English Language certification: B2 level, defined according the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), is required, except for an applicant with a previous University Degree (Bachelor, Master or Doctorate) delivered in English.
Admission Deadline31 of May, 2023
, Vice-Rector UNIPV/ Coordinator of EC2U Master Task Force
Daniela Soitu, UAIC
Coordinator of the JMD LIFELINE
LIFELINE admin representative
Ayse Nur Metin & Flavius Buhuci
First year students