Read this section carefully before you start your Application.

1. Fill in all relevant sections of the form.

2. Remember that you are be required to attach copies of your documents. Have them ready before you start your application.

3. Don’t forget to give us your photo in electronic format.

4. When you fill all the information required send the form by clicking the SEND button.

5. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ‐ The information contained in this application will be used for the purpose
of processing your application and, if you are admitted, will form the basis of your student record.

6. Do not hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions.

What happens after we receive your application?
  1. As soon as we get your application, you get a confirmation mail.
  2. The application is processed and assessed by the Education Team.
  3. When the assessment is complete and a recommendation is made, we notify you through email.
How long does it take? 

Subject to the number of the applications, the short-listed applicants will be interviewed online. We will contact you via mail.

The names of the shortlisted applicants will be uploaded on the WMA site.

We try to send you a decision as quickly as possible. The process usually takes up to a month since we undertake weeks.

Instructions  for the Application form

You may find here instructions on how to fill in the various sections of the application form. Not all sections have specific instructions, as most of them are self‐explanatory. Please find below the ones that need your attention.

Our minimum entry requirements are listed in our website. If you are not sure your qualifications are suitable, contact the Support Team (support@e-wma.com ) before you apply.

  1. Have ready all the attachments and the information required on the day you have decided to fill and send us the form.
  2. Personal details: Please give your name as it appears on your passport or ID Card. If your forename and family name are not clear, your application could be delayed. Attach a copy of your valid id or password. Do not forget to attach your photo, passport types, 200 x 200 pixels.
  3. Contact details: WMA will address all correspondence through the address provided in the Application. It is essential that the WMA is notified of any change of address/email at the earliest opportunity.
  4. Education: no formal requirement ar made. Still we would like to know more about you in order to see if the course fits your needs. Do not forget to attach your latest qualification obtained.
  5. English language competency: We use the information you give us to decide whether or not you meet the English language requirements for your chosen course. In case that qualifications are obtained must be attached.
  6. Employment details: You are not required to have work experience. If you do have work experience, any work experience, please let us know.
  7. Application Deadline: The deadline for the application is the 1st of September of the year. It is not common for us having deadlines for our courses, and for this course the deadline is an excemption to our no deadlines rule. The inquiries of this course are enormous, so in order to increase your chance of an offer, you should apply as early as possible. Applying early gives you more chances to be accepted
  8. Explain in 250 words maximum, why do you want to apply for the MAR-EVA and in which ways you will you benefit from the course?
  9. Confirm that you fulfil the course requirements.
  10. Read and accept the terms of use and the privacy policy.
  11. Send the application form

Ask yourself: Is my English good enough?

if not, you will most probably fail the assessment or you will not make the most out of this course

If your English are not good enough… not to worry. You can prepare this year and you apply next year.

Below you will find the English competency levels. What is required? You need to be fluent, to understand the main ideas of a complex text such as a technical piece related to their field, to spontaneously interact without too much strain for either the learner or the native speaker and to be able to produce a detailed text on a wide range of subjects.

English Competency Levels

A1 | Beginner

At the A1 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand and use very basic expressions to satisfy concrete needs.
  • Introduce themselves and ask others questions about personal details.
  • Interact simply as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly.

A2 | Elementary

At the A2 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand frequently used expressions in most intermediate areas such as shopping, family, employment, etc.
  • Complete tasks that are routine and involve a direct exchange of information.
  • Describe matters of immediate need in simple terms.

B1 | Intermediate

At the B1 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand points regarding family, work, school or leisure-related topics.
  • Deal with most travel situations in areas where the language is spoken.
  • Create simple texts on topics of personal interest.
  • Describe experiences, events, dreams, and ambitions, as well as opinions or plans in brief.

B2 | Upper Intermediate

At the B2 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand the main ideas of a complex text such as a technical piece related to their field.
  • Spontaneously interact without too much strain for either the learner or the native speaker.
  • Produce a detailed text on a wide range of subjects.

C1 | Advanced

At the C1 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand a wide range of longer and more demanding texts or conversations.
  • Express ideas without too much searching.
  • Effectively use the language for social, academic or professional situations.
  • Create well-structured and detailed texts on complex topics.

C2 | Proficiency

At the C2 CEFR level, a language learner can:

  • Understand almost everything read or heard with ease.
  • Summarize information from a variety of sources into a coherent presentation.
  • Express themselves using precise meaning in complex scenarios.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

WMA values the diversity of its members and is committed to the creation of a positive environment which is fair, welcoming and inclusive and where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. We welcome applicants with varied experiences and different backgrounds, and are committed to ensure that no participant with potential is deterred from applying.  WMA is committed to a policy of equal opportunities. To enable WMA to monitor the effectiveness of this policy, applicants are asked to complete a series of Equal Opportunities Monitoring questions. Information provided is used solely for the purpose of monitoring application and admission rates and forms no part of the selection procedure.

It is our duty under the Equality Act to advance equality of opportunity between people from different groups. Diversity awareness training is offered to all staff. All information will be handled in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Ethnic Origin.

Applicants with additional support needs

WMA has a policy of diversity and inclusion for participants with disabilities or long-term health conditions and believes that these participants should have access to the full range of training, cultural and social activities the CITY College offers. Participants with disabilities or long term health conditions, as all other participants, are accepted on the basis of academic attainment and potential to benefit from the programme to which they have applied. Applicants are encouraged to declare their disability when they apply but this is not taken into account by the staff assessing their application. If an offer is progressed information relating to a candidate’s disability or long term health condition will subsequently be shared with assessors to allow them to engage in further discussion with the applicant and identify appropriate adjustments where applicable. Any disability disclosure will be dealt with confidentiality and sensitively. Certain disabilities may preclude entry to certain programmes. Where the adjustments needed to provide the required support are not considered reasonable, WMA will undertake to support the applicant in considering an alternative programme where appropriate.

If you have a disability, additional needs (including dyslexia or another specific learning difficulty) or a medical condition, please select the most appropriate option from the list. If you do not have a disability, additional needs, or a medical condition, please select ‘No disability’. All information will be handled in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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