All applicants will receive an email from the Dream Apply system in the end of the selection process. Selected applicants will receive an email with information about their awarded seat of the DAFM programme. Full scholarships (5 EU and 16 non-EU) and no scholarship, but tuition fee free statuses (5 EU and 5 non-EU) will be awarded. In case of tuition free waived status, the selected applicant has to only finance his/her living expenses (min. 600 EUR per month) except for the tuition fee for the two years of study. The non-selected applicants will receive an email as well at the same time.
Please note! No rejection letters will be sent out until the decision has been made and all free seats filled. Estimated timetable will be published soon. The Selection Committee won’t public any ranking lists and won’t give out any information of the applicants points. Thank you for understanding!
DAFM Appeal procedure
Applicants have the right to appeal against the decision on the rejection of application for acceptance to DAFM, if they believe that their application has not been treated fairly. In this case the applicant must duly justify their reasons for appeal using the appeal form available on the website. The form must be signed and needs to be sent (together with any applicable supporting documents) via E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org within 10 days after having received the decision at the end of the selection procedure.
The DAFM Consortium will review the candidate and reply within 14 days after receiving the appeal, with an explanation. Be aware that your application will be rejected without any possibility of appeal if your application is not complete, is not filled in correctly or if you have uploaded wrong documents! Important! The DAFM Consortium will not reveal any ranking lists or scores.
As we receive a high number of applications for the DAFM programme and the competition is very high, in case of questions you can also contact the DAFM Consortium via email@example.com at the end of the selection process, instead of sending an appeal.