Beasiswa Erasmus Mundus
The Erasmus Mundus
programme is a co-operation and mobility programme
in the field of higher education which promotes the
European Union as a centre of excellence in learning
around the world. It supports European top-quality
Masters Courses and enhances the visibility and
attractiveness of European higher education in third
countries. It also provides EU-funded scholarships for
third country nationals participating in these Masters
Courses, as well as scholarships for EU-nationals
studying at Partner universities throughout the world.
can students and scholars find the list of available
Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses?
list of selected Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses
is available from this website. Students and scholars
are invited to apply directly to the consortia offering
the Masters Courses following their application
students enrol in an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course and
apply for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship?
European and third-country
students who wish to follow an Erasmus Mundus Masters
Course (with or without a scholarship) must apply
directly to the selected
Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium offering the Course
in question following the guidelines below:
Find the academic discipline of their interest and
click on it. A list of Erasmus Mundus academic
Courses throughout Europe will appear.
When clicking on the title of the Course, a full
description of the Course including the Course's
website appears. Each Course has its own website
where each consortium provides information about the
specific application requirements, application forms
Students and scholars should ensure that they read
the application and admission conditions of the
Course of their choice carefully. All they have to
do then is apply to the respective Course.
There are no common application forms or common
deadlines to all the Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses.
Students and scholars must apply directly to the
selected Erasmus Mundus Master Consortium offering
the Course in question using the application system
provided for by the Erasmus Mundus Masters
consortium (as from the academic year 2008-2009 the
maximum number of courses students can apply for is
3). Applications submitted to the Agency are not
While enrolling for an Erasmus Mundus Masters
Course, students/scholars can at the same time apply
for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.
students and scholars find out about concrete admission
conditions and application procedures?
Students and scholars can
find out about concrete admission conditions and
application procedures by contacting (or visiting the
website of) the Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium
offering the Masters Course they wish to enrol in or
work for. The contact details of all Erasmus Mundus
Masters Consortia can be found in the website mentioned
Erasmus Mundus Masters consortia are obliged to have
transparent admission conditions and application
selects students and scholars for Erasmus Mundus Masters
Courses and how?
The Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium offering the
Masters Course selects the students and scholars. Each
consortium has to identify its own common set of
criteria to select third-country and European students
and scholars (e.g.: CVs, study and academic merits,
motivation, recommendations, language skills, etc)..The
set of selection criteria should be common to the
consortium and respect the eligibility requirements of
the Erasmus Mundus programme. The selection criteria
should be made known to potential applicants in advance.
and how will applicants know if they have been accepted
by an Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium and if they have
been granted a scholarship?
The Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium offering the
Masters Course will communicate to applicants if they
have been accepted for the Course and if they have been
awarded a scholarship. Applicants will normally know
whether or not they have been accepted for the Course in
May. Courses start between August and November,
depending on the arrangements made by each consortium.
third-country students and scholars apply for admission
to more than one Erasmus Mundus Masters Course?
Third country students and scholars can apply for
admission to more than one Erasmus Mundus Masters
Course. However, in the case they get accepted for more
than one Masters Courses, they must decide which Course
they want to follow as they can receive only one Erasmus
Mundus scholarship. As of the academic year 2008/2009,
the number of applications must be limited to three
Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses maximum.
much is the scholarship worth, and how is it paid to
students and scholars?
Scholarships for third-country students and
scholars coming to Europe (Action 2): Courses
between 1 and 2 years. For each student
the scholarship amounts to 21,000 Euro per academic
year. This includes 10 monthly grants of 1,600 Euro and
a fixed amount of 5,000 Euro for fees, travel expenses,
relocation costs, etc. For Courses lasting two years,
the student receives double this amount, i.e. 42,000
Euro. The amount of an average three-month scholarship
for scholars is 13,000 Euro. This includes
three monthly grants of 4,000 Euro and a fixed amount of
1,000 Euro for travel expenses. The Erasmus Mundus
Masters consortium pays the grants to students and
scholars according to their own payment arrangements
which are communicated to the grantees in advance.
Scholarships for European students and scholars
going to third countries (Action 3): For each
student the average scholarship amounts to 3,100
Euro for a three-month period. This includes a monthly
grant of 700 Euro and a fixed amount of 1,000 Euro for
travel expenses. The amount of an average scholarship
for scholars is 13,000 Euro for a
three-month period. This includes three monthly grants
of 4,000 Euro and a fixed amount of 1,000 Euro for
travel expenses. The Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium
pays the grants to students and scholars according to
their own payment arrangements which are communicated to
the grantees in advance.
Erasmus Mundus Masters consortia charge tuition fees?
Most (but not all) Erasmus Mundus Masters consortia
charge tuition fees for their Masters Courses. Details
on these fees can be obtained from the co-ordinator of
the Masters Course concerned. Tuition fees are valid for
the whole Course across all the institutions involved
and do not depend on the students' mobility track. Fees
will be fixed and published in advance, before students
apply for the Course. There may be one fee for "European
students" and one fee for "Third Country students".
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