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Scholarships and grants are available for:

Students

Do you want to follow an entire Master degree programme?

You can apply for a scholarship to follow one of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees selected under the Erasmus+ Programme, offered by a consortium of European and (possibly) non-European HEIs. You will study in at least two of the participating institutions and be awarded a joint or double/multiple degree at the end of your studies. EU-funded scholarships cover participation costs, travel, a living allowance and insurance. More details of this scheme.

How to apply: Apply directly to the consortium offering the Master course, which carries out a competitive selection procedure for scholarship places. The list of programmes offering scholarships usually goes online the summer of the preceding year and most consortia will require applications to be submitted between the October and the January of the academic year before the course starts.

Do you want to carry out short-term studies in Europe that will count towards your degree back home?

Your own higher education institution (HEI) may have cooperation agreements with European HEIs under Erasmus+. If so, you can apply for a grant for a study period of a minimum of 3 months/trimester and up to 12 months, to do part of your studies (at Bachelor, Master or Doctoral level) at a partner institution. You can also combine your period spent studying abroad with a traineeship to gain work experience. EU-funded grants contribute to the increased costs that the mobility period abroad generates and help to cover travel to Europe and subsistence during the period of study abroad. More details of this scheme

How to apply: Contact your institution’s international relations office for more information

Doctoral candidates

Until 2017, you can apply for a fellowship to follow an Erasmus Mundus joint Doctoral programme offered by a consortium of European and (possibly) non-European higher education or research institutions. You will carry out your Doctorate in at least two of the participating institutions and be awarded a joint or double/multiple degree at the end of your fellowship. EU-funded fellowships cover participation costs, travel to Europe, a living allowance and insurance.

How to apply: Apply directly to the consortium offering the Doctoral degree programme, which carries out a competitive selection procedure for fellowship places. The list of programmes offering scholarships for the academic year 2017-2018 usually goes online the summer of the preceding year and most consortia will require applications to be submitted between the October and the January of the academic year before the programme starts.

You can also apply for a Doctoral or post-doctoral fellowship or other research grant available under the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions. Named after the double Nobel Prize winning Polish-French scientist famed for her work on radioactivity, these actions support researchers at all stages of their careers, irrespective of nationality. Researchers working across all disciplines, from life-saving healthcare to 'blue-sky' science, are eligible for funding. The MSCA also support industrial doctorates, combining academic research study with work in companies, and other innovative training that enhances employability and career development.

Staff

Your own higher education institution may have cooperation agreements with European partners under Erasmus+. If so, you can apply for a grant to spend a period of 5 days to 2 months at this partner institution, to deliver teaching or training, or to follow training for career development purposes. A teaching activity has to comprise a minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week (or any shorter period of stay). A period abroad can also combine teaching and training activities.

How to apply: Contact your institution’s international relations office for more information.
 
Academics can also apply to act as guest lecturers in any of the on-going Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degrees.              

How to apply: Apply directly to the consortium delivering the joint programme, which carries out a competitive selection procedure, open to academics from across the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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