Community Guidelines / FAQ
When you use the EMA online community portal, you join a diverse community of people from many different backgrounds. The guidelines below help keep the platform fun and enjoyable for everyone.
If you see content that you think violates these guidelines, use the reporting feature to submit it for review by the Service Provider & EMA Board.
The online community portal is part of Erasmus Mundus Association (EMA) based on the principles of democracy, cohesion, solidarity and equality among the students and alumni. EMA is a neutral, unbiased and nonpartisan in the existing political discourse. (Art. 1 of EMA statutes)
Spam & deceptive practices
The community is one that is built on trust. Content that intends to scam, mislead, spam, or defraud other users isn’t allowed in the online community portal.
We hope to protect everyone in the community. If you see sensitive content like, suicide, self-injury and similiar, please report them, so we can check, if they’re safe to see in our online community portal.
Violent or dangerous content
Hate speech, predatory behaviour, graphic violence, malicious attacks, and content that promotes harmful or dangerous behaviour isn’t allowed in the EMA online community portal.
Please take these rules seriously. If a member is on- and/or off-platform behaviour harms our users, community, employees or ecosystem, we may respond based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the egregiousness of their actions and whether a pattern of harmful behaviour exists. Our response will range from suspending a users privileges to account termination.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Who are the members of EMA online community portal?
EMA is open to students or alumni who have done an international credit mobility exchange between Erasmus+ programme and partner country universities.
What are membership criteria?
In 2016 EMA opened up its membership to anyone who has participated in a credit mobility programme that met the following qualification.
- The person must have received university credits from their home university that was in an Erasmus+ Programme country and International Mobility Credits from a university in an Erasmus+ Partner country.
- Or vice-versa, meaning a person is eligible to be an EMA member if they attended university in an Erasmus+ Partner country and received International Mobility Credits from a university in an Erasmus+ Programme country.
In simple terms, if you studied at two different universities on two different continents (with one of them in a European Erasmus+ Programme country) then you qualify to join EMA online community portal.
How to become a member of EMA online community portal?
To become a member you have to apply for membership. If you are eligible your application will be approved and you can regsiter in the online community portal. Being member of the online community portal consitutes your membership. The membership is free of charge.