Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Scholarships
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are high-level and integrated study programmes, at the master level. They are designed and delivered by an international partnership of higher education institutions (HEI). They involve at least three HEI from three different countries, of which at least two must be EU Member States and third countries associated with the Programme.
Who can apply
Students at the master’s level from all over the world can apply. You must have a bachelor’s degree (first degree) or be in your last year of bachelor studies and graduate before the master’s programme starts.
What is covered
Scholarships cover the cost of a student’s participation in the programme, travel and a living allowance (varies based on the destination country).
The programme covers the period of your study, research, placement activities, thesis preparation and defence, in line with the requirement of the joint Master. The latter comprises at least 2 study periods in 2 countries, which must be different from your country of residence. Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters offer different study tracks to meet this condition.
Duration of the masters: 1 to 2 academic years (60, 90 or 120 ECTS credits).
Type of degree awarded: Either a joint degree (i.e. one single degree certificate issued on behalf of at least two higher education institutions) or multiple degrees (i.e. at least two-degree certificates issued by two higher education institutions of the consortium).
Where can you go: EU Member States + Partner countries
How to apply
You should consult the online catalogue of Erasmus Mundus masters programmes. There you will find detailed information about these programmes with a description of the course of study, a list of the participating universities and entry requirements. For further support, do not hesitate to contact directly the relevant university.
Deadline to apply: most consortia require applications to be submitted between October and January, for courses starting the following academic year.
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