Erasmus Mundus Joint Scholarship is a Master Degree (EMJMD), prestigious, integrated, international study programme, jointly delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions.
This scholarship program is exclusively awarded to individuals who have been selected to attend to attend one of the Eramus Mudus Joint program.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Scholarship Eligibility:
Eramus Mundus programmes define its own selection criteria and admission procedures
EU and Non-EU Countries
To be taken at (country):
European Universities/Institutions participating under approved Erasmus Mundus Action Joint Programmes.
Masters (Joint Degree)
Value of Scholarship:
The programme offers full-time scholarships and/or fellowships that cover monthly allowance, participation costs, travelling and insurance costs of the students.
Scholarship amounts can vary according to the level of studies, the duration of studies, and the scholar’s nationality (scholarships for non-EU students are higher than for EU students).
Duration of Scholarship:
EMJMDs last between 12 and 24 months.
How To Apply For Erasmus Mundus Joint Scholarship 2021:
Students, doctoral candidates, teachers, researchers and other academic staff should address their applications directly to the selected Erasmus Mundus masters and doctoral programmes (Action 1) and to the selected Erasmus Mundus partnerships (Action 2), in accordance with the application conditions defined by the selected consortium/partnership
You are advised to consult in advance the websites of each of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes that interest you.
There you will find all necessary information concerning the content of the course, its structure, the scholarship amounts as well as the application and selection procedures. Deadline varies depending on the programme but falls around December to January.
It is important to visit the official website (link below) and an EMJMD site for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
For More Information
Visit The Official Website
Most consortia will require applications to be submitted between October and January, for courses starting the following academic year.