Thrid Call

The third call for applications is open!

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Academic Year 2024/2025

BIM A+ will have its sixth edition in 2024/2025, retaining the spirit of an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course, formerly co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The BIM A+ International Master Course starts in early October and finishes at the end of September every academic year.

The opportunities to apply are grouped into three calls, as shown below. Scholarships will be mostly distributed amongst applicants for the first call, but some may also be available in the second call. The third call offers no scholarships. Consortium Scholarships are only available for students in tracks #1 and #2.

For information on tuition fees see the participation costs section.

The third call of applications for the BIM A+ for the academic year 2024/2025 is open!

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The first call is opened to all students.

  • Applications deadline: January 31, 2024 at 23:59 (UTC – Coordinated Universal Time)
  • Notification of the Application’s admission: March 31, 2024

The second call is open to all students.

  • Applications deadline: June 15, 2024 at 23:59 (UTC – Coordinated Universal Time)
  • Notification of the Application’s admission: July 2, 2024

This last call is opened to all students who can demonstrate having a valid Schengen Visa at the time of application, or EU citizens.

  • Applications deadline: July 20, 2024 at 23:59 (UTC – Coordinated Universal Time)
  • Notification of the Application’s admission: up to August 5, 2024

You can obtain students guides for all the partner Institutions and information about cost of living. You can find student guidelines and tips for successful applications here.


Any selected applicant must bear in mind that, the confirmation of acceptance by the student implies automatically that other interested applicants will not be able to join the Master, as the number of applicants is much larger than the number of vacancies.

Therefore, the BIM A+ Consortium will request to all selected students the payment of a deposit of 250 Euro to confirm their acceptance of the enrolment in the Master Course.

This deposit will be returned to students only if they register at the University, in the form of a reduction in the tuition fee that matches the paid deposit. The only purpose of this measure is to avoid filling up the Master Course places with students that will not finally participate and that will compromise the enrolment of other interested students.

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