Please note that in light of official advice, Central European University Budapest and Vienna campuses are closed to the public until further notice. Many staff are working remotely as part of the university’s measures to protect the community and remain contactable by email (email@example.com).
The MESPOM administration is making all active efforts to stick to the admissions calendar timeline for intake of students in the 2020-21 cohort. We will constantly update this space as new developments take place.
MESPOM invites applications from all countries. Successful candidates must have a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent (180 ECTS credits) in environmental studies or closely related fields. Candidates with first degrees in agricultural studies, social sciences, legal and administrative studies, economics, engineering or natural sciences will also be considered if they show commitment to environmental challenges, usually through voluntary or professional work with on-the-job training.
Admission is based on the academic and intellectual excellence of applicants as well as their motivation and prior experience. All candidates should demonstrate proficiency in English. In order to create a multicultural learning environment, the Consortium strives to achieve a balance between various geographic and disciplinary backgrounds of MESPOM students.
Admission to MESPOM is highly competitive. A successful applicant has typically graduated with excellent grades from a good university and/or has a successful professional environmental career. S/he understands global environmental challenges and has a clear commitment to contribute to their resolution.
Personal Data Protection
Information relating to individuals (personal data) is collected and used in accordance with the Regulation (EC) N° 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18.12.2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data (OJ L8 of 12.01.2001, p. 1).