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EMJMD Scholarships

Does EACEA offer scholarships for the EU4M JMD?

Yes. Students joining EU4M before 2018 (intakes 2016-2018, 2017-2019 and 2018-2020) may benefit from scholarships offered by EACEA. 

Are EACEA scholarships offered to EU students?

Yes. EACEA scholarships can be granted to students either from Programme Countries (EU countries) or from Partner Countries (non-EU countries).

What is a Programme Country and a PartnerCountry?

Programme countries are EU and non-EU countries that have established a National Agency which participate fully in the Erasmus+ Programme.

Partner countries are countries which do not participate fully in the Erasmus+ Programme, but which may take part (as partners or applicants) in certain Actions of the Programme.

The list of Erasmus + Programme and Partner Countries is described in Part A of the Erasmus + Programme Guide.

What do EACEA scholarships offer?

EACEA provides selected students with contribution to the participation costs of the Master’s Programme, contribution to the travel and installations costs and contribution to subsistence costs.

I have previously taken part in an Erasmus Mundus Master's programme and have been awarded a scholarship. Can I apply for another EACEA scholarship?

No, you are not eligible for an EACEA scholarship:
"Students who have already obtained a EMJMD scholarship or an Erasmus Mundus Master Course/Joint Doctorate scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship under the EMJMD action."

How can I apply?

Your interest in an EACEA scholarship must be indicated while applying for the EU4M JMD. This application has to be made online through the master's course website: http://www.eu4m.eu/student/application www.eu4m.eu/student/application

If you have any question or problem please email: secre_uo@eu4m.eu

Is there a deadline for applications?

Yes, the application deadline usually runs from October 1st to January 15th.

I am a EU student. Am I eligible to receive one of the EACEA scholarships?

Yes, you are. However, you must take into account that, if your mobility path states that you must stay in an institution in your own country, you will receive no contribution to subsistence costs while you stay there (you will receive the rest of contributions, though). As soon as you move to another country, you will start receiving the 1,000EUR per month. 

I am a non-EU (Partner-Country) student. Will EACEA contribute to my subsistence costs if I have to stay in a non-EU country?

If your mobility path indicates that you must study in your own country, you will receive no monthly allowance at all while you are staying there.

If you have to stay in any non-EU country other than yours, EACEA contributes to that stay for a maximum period of three months. You can stay longer, but you will only get your monthly allowance during three months (maximum).

What is considered in order to determine the contributions to travel and installation costs?

Travel costs are calculated taking into account the student’s residence, not their nationality. In this respect, students will only be considered Partner-Country students if they are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, training or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in a Programme Country.

Admission period still open for self-financing students

The admission period has already been closed for students interested in receiving an EACEA scholarship. However, self-funded students may still apply for the JMD EU4M Programme until May 15th

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