Information about References
References must be submitted by the deadline 31 January
Note for Candidates
Your referees will be contacted and will be allowed to submit the reference only after you have completed and registered the first step of the online application form including the names and contact details of referees. In order to receive the references in time by the deadline 31 January, you should register the referee details as soon as possible . This is possible any time and you do not yet need to submit the final version of your application at that time.
You are responsible for ensuring that your referees submit the reference by the deadline of 31 January.
Give the names of two referees on your application form. If you are applying to the Economics Department, specify three referees.
References must be submitted by academic referees (ie: Professors, Lectures etc.) who are in a position to give an academic evaluation of your research, intellectual qualities, ability and potential.
Letters of reference from current full-time or part-time EUI professors are not accepted except:
where the application is from a researcher already registered for an EUI degree (i.e. transfer from LL.M. to Ph.D.)
where the professor is a member of a different EUI department to the one where the candidate is applying, and who is able to comment on the academic qualities of the candidate
Note for Referees
Once the candidate has registered the referee details, you as the referee will receive an e-mail with access details for submitting your reference letter online. You should give your opinion of the candidate's intellectual ability, knowledge in his/her field, motivation for research, capacity to work in a group, oral and written expression.
Referees may use their own reference format.
References should be submitted as PDF files. Please use standard international fonts, do not use macros, special characters, password-protection, electronic signatures or logos.
Do not send a hard copy
You may write in a language other than English, but English will guarantee the widest possible reading.
If in doubt contact ReferenceRes@eui.eu
References are accepted until 31 January 2015.