This blog was created as part of the Erasmus Mundus Crossways in Cultural Narratives Masters programme, which is the only one of the EU approved and funded Erasmus Mundus Masters programmes to specialise in traditional humanities with a modern languages background. The Crossways Consortium comprises 6 top-class European universities.

For further information, please check the programme's official website and the universities' websites on the Useful Links section on the left. If you wish to have a specific question answered, please click on Email here and submit your query.

Mundus students, here you will find regular posts regarding the universities of the consortium, tips, activities, events, pictures, etc. Apart from checking it regularly to keep yourself up to date, a good way to use the blog is through the search device. We already have a significant amount of information on some universities of the consortium, so if you want to find information on a specific city, type its name in the search field (top left). You will then see all posts related to that specific city (because each post title contains the city's name in it). You can also type "General" in order to find information concerning everybody.

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Updated Changes to the Crossways Program

Starting with the 2011 - 2013 academic year, Crossways in European Humanities will be henceforth known as Crossways in Cultural Narratives and I invite you to consult the new website (linked at left). These changes which have come about as part of the second edition of the program include changes regarding the student mobility track as well as changes to the list of participating universities. The new mobility track follows a ABBC patters (as opposed to the old ABAC pattern) and the updated list of participating universities includes Lisbon, Santiago de Compostela, Sheffield, St Andrews, Bergamo and Perpignan (which remains the co-ordinating centre). The recruitment campaign for the 2011- 2013 academic year has just begun and will be closing on the 20 April details of which can be accessed on the aforementioned newly redesigned website (http://www.munduscrossways.eu/).