Erasmus Mundus Student Assocation launched
Sunday, 14 October 2007

The new EMA website
During a two-day conference in Brussels (Oct 11th-12th), the European Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association was officially launched. Its main goals are the promotion of the Erasmus Mundus programme and the creation of a forum for networking and collaboration. You find more information on their new website where you will soon be able to register.


From our study course, Adi and Christoph attended the meeting. Their short report on the conference's main issues can be found here in the forum.

Student Guide waiting for you!
Friday, 27 July 2007

Speak with your hands ...

The Student Guide has been in the making since several months, but now it's easier than ever before: When you log in, you will see our highly interactive online version, where you can edit every page you see (simply click on "edit"). We need your contribution, especially from Berlin and Ghent! Get started now and tell us, for example, how you got your visa (and how long it took) or how you found your apartment. Future students will love you for your help!

IMRD student website launched
Tuesday, 24 July 2007

A nice future lies ahead...

After some days of intense programming in a cheap hotel in the Moroccan seaside town of Agadir, a new website is born: "IMRD Rural Development Expertise" has been designed as a communication and exchange platform for all IMRD students of former, present and future batches. We hope that it will contribute to the cohesion and the identity of the student community by bridging the geographical gap between individuals. Needless to say, this essentially depends on the degree to which you (yes, you!) like this website and are willing to contribute!

Get started!
Tuesday, 24 July 2007

Join the vision! 

  1. Create an account.
    As soon as you are registered, you have access to the Student Guide, the Forum and you can upload Documents
  2. Upload your picture.
    You can also send your photo to Christoph and have it properly formatted.
  3. Fill out your profile.
  4. Help structuring the Student Guide
  5. Upload your Master Thesis (or your CV).
  6. Write something in the Forum and discuss how the website can be improved!
Monday, 23 July 2007

Although it it a little more expensive, the ".eu" Domain was chosen for this website. First, it reflects the European nature of the IMRD master. And second, no other "imrd" Domain was left free (,, ... all were taken over by the competitors :) 

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