How to Apply

All applications must be made on-line on the NOHA website [http://nohanet.org/masters#]. Applications MUST include the following documents:

  • Copy of passport (only the main pages)
  • Certified copy of Diploma (if this document is not in English, an official translation should be attached) and, if available, of the Diploma Supplement
  • Certified copies of academic transcripts (if this document is not in English, an official translation should be attached)
  • Curriculum vitae in English (Europass model: http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae)
  • Official proof of language abilities, where applicable
  • Two reference letters (in English)


Important: Some of the NOHA universities have a specific list of national requirements which have to be met in order to conclude the admission procedure. Please read the information [http://nohanet.org/admission-requirements] before applying in order to be prepared in advance. These requirements apply also to students undertaking mobility to the universities in question during second semester.

Step by Step Instructions
  1. ALL APPLICATIONS for the NOHA Master must be made online through the on-line NOHA Application Form
  2. Click HERE to access the NOHA Application form
  3. No print application documents shall be submitted unless requested or authorised by NOHA.
  4. Read through the on-line application form and prepare all of the data you are asked to provide for each section of the form as well as all of the documents that you must attach to your application.
  5. Fill in the on-line application form, completing all of the sections as requested.
  6. Attach all of the compulsory documents.


When should I apply?
•    1 January 2017: Opening of the call for all candidates.
•    30 April 2017: Application deadline for all candidates.

In exceptional cases, we are running late admissions beyond the central application deadline.
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