Applications for 2025-2027 training session will be reopened in Autumn 2024, but not before mid-October.




Application campaign for 2024 - 2026 and for EMMaH EMJM scholarship is now open!

Deadline to apply is February, 16th 2024 (23h59, Brussels time).


Required documents

Eligible applicants to the EMMaH Master programme must attach to their online application the following list of documents, in a PDF format:


Legal copy of Bachelor degree or recognised equivalent related to Health Sciences, Biomedical engineering, Audiology, Clinical Physiology, Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy or equivalent (plus English translation), or a formal letter from their university stating they will finish their Bachelor programme (or equivalent) before their enrolment in the EMMaH Master programme
Legal copy of official academic transcript for the whole degree and average grade (plus English translation)
Curriculum Vitae, preferably using the Europass template (or max. 3 pages)
Valid official language certificate
Passport or valid ID document for EU citizens
Certificate of current residence address


You do not need to provide a motivation letter. However, you will be asked to express your motivation on the application platform.

When a translation of the documents is needed, applicants should provide a copy of the original documents and their legal translation in English.

Application procedure

Online application


You must fill in an online application form, in English, and provide all required documents. Your online application must be submitted before the deadline of the call.

After submission, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement of receipt by e-mail (check your spam box if not).


Interview of shortlisted applicants


Applicants will be ranked according to their merit rating, from the highest to the lowest rating, and a first short list of candidates is contacted for an interview organized as a videoconference.

Online interviews consist in 10 min auditions that break down into a presentation of the student, general questions, to explore and assess applicant’s profile and motivation to study in the EMMaH programme.


Final selection


Following the interview, the final ranking of applicants is approved by the Selection board by averaging the scores from the electronic applications (50%) with the interview performance (50%). The generated ranking is used by the Selection and Examination Board to establish a selection of approximately 40 applicants.

Once the Selection board has approved the list of admitted students and the appropriate reserve list, all applicants will receive written communication informing them of the outcome of their application.

How to apply