European Commission-funded scholarships are available for excellent European candidates and cover
participation fees, travel and a monthly allowance.
All students that
come from the so-called Programme Countries, i.e. a country of the European
Union, an EEA-EFTA State (Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein), Turkey or the
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), can apply for a scholarship in
the category "students from Programme Countries".
selection criteria for scholarships depend on each programme. Contact the
coordinators/administrators of your chosen programme(s) to get more
from countries other than the ones mentioned above can apply for a scholarship
in the category ‘Partner countries’.
What do scholarships cover?
European students cover:
contribution to the programme participation costs, including tuition (up
to 2 250€/semester)
- A contribution
to travel and installation costs (1 000€ per year)
- A monthly
allowance of 1 000 €/month for the whole duration of the Masters (max. 24
months – not awarded for periods spent in the country of residence).
How to apply for a scholarship?
You can apply for a scholarship directly when you apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree, by stating it
in the application. You do not need to apply for a scholarship
Other programmes and scholarships in Europe
Apart from the above scholarships, Erasmus Mundus
Joint Master Degrees often
offer alternative sources of funding (national, regional, local, etc.) for
enrolled students. You can explore these other scholarship and funding
opportunities by consulting the website of the master programme you are
interested in, as well as the "Study in Europe" website. This
provides a range of useful information for students and links to courses,
universities and national agencies. http://ec.europa.eu/education/study-in-europe/index_en.html
You can also
visit the following website that brings together information on scholarships
offered by national and regional authorities, as well as private sources of