CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES

Dear ELP applicants and interested parties:

Here you will find the selection criteria and procedures for the European Leadership Programme (ELP).

If you have more questions, please contact us at info@jesc-elp.eu .

 
THE APPLICATION      

Applications will be open from the end of November to early January (for the Spring period) and from mid-May until early August (for the Autumn period).

Each application has to include the following documentation/proofs:

  • Standardised Application Form (here);
  • CV;
  • Motivation letter with emphasis on social involvement (up to two A4 pages);
  • English language certificate or proof that MA level studies included at least one semester in English language;
  • Copy of the Master Degree and transcript of records;
  • Letter of Reference from: a) person who holds a recognised position in the society or b) representative of a Catholic recognised institution.



THE SELECTION PROCESS

The ELP Selection Committee is composed by the JESC Director or the Secretary of the ELP and two further ELP contributor. The Selection Committee will examine the documents provided and interview (via Skype) the applicants.

The selection will be held during late January and late August each calendar year. The Committee will elaborate a ranking of applicants in terms of:

  • Motivation;
  • Letter of reference;
  • Interview;
  • English language level.

Applicants will be given a total score from 0 to 10 from each of the ELP Selection Committee members. All scores from the ELP Selection Committee members will be put together and applicants with the highest scores will be selected. The ELP Selection Committee will ensure equal opportunities selection process.

Immediately after the ELP Selection Committee meeting, applicants will be informed by the JESC-ELP administration of the outcomes of the selection in order to be able to proceed to formalize their enrolment to the programme.

ENROLMENT

If selected, applicants will be enrolled to the ELP program.

The JESC-ELP office will provide the applicants the information about accommodation, community living, bureaucratic requirements, and all the services offered to ELP fellows.

Applicants must be aware of the fact that at least 80% attendance to teaching activities is required. Secretary of ELP can allow further absence in special circumstances to be discussed on an individual basis. Failure to meet this requirement will lead to exclusion from the ELP programme and services offered by the programme.

* No applicant will be admitted with a level of language competence lower than B2. In terms of international certification: Cambridge English First (FCE), BEC Vantage, IELTS 5-6.5, TOEFL iBT 87-109, Michigan ECCE, PTE General Level 3, PTE Academic59-75, Trinity ISE II.