Erasmus Mundus Scholarships are available for students from all over the world – including Europe – to take part in Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Courses and Doctoral Programmes. (Más información)
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Courses and Doctoral Programmes
These are joint study or research programmes offered by a consortium of higher education institutions or research organisations from the EU and – in many cases – from outside Europe. These integrated joint programmes include a mandatory study or research period in at least two different European countries. If the consortium includes partners from countries outside the EU, the “mobility tracks” offered may also include a period of study/research at these institutions. All programmes lead to the award of a joint, double or multiple degree recognised in the European countries represented in the consortium.
There are currently 123 Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (ranging from 60 to 120 ECTS) and 24 Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programmes (lasting three or four years), covering a wide range of academic disciplines (see “How to apply” section below) and offering Erasmus Mundus scholarships/fellowships for studies and research activities starting in the academic year 2011/2012.
While during the first phase of Erasmus Mundus (2004-2008), scholarships were only available for non-European students, since the academic year 2010/2011, students and doctoral candidates from the EU are also eligible for Erasmus Mundus scholarships and fellowships.