80 Erasmus Mundus JMD scholarships are available on a competitive basis. The scholarships will be available for 4 intakes over a period of four years. The first intake will start in September 2022. 75 scholarships will be available for partner countries and 5 scholarships will be available for programme countries. Please see below a list where you can find if your country is a partner or a programme country. Of the 75 scholarships for partner countries, 4 scholarships have been reserved for applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro. Therefore candidates from these countries are strongly advised to submit an application for admission and scholarship.
North Macedonia (Republic of)
Serbia (Republic of)
Turkey (Republic of)
All other countries
Students whose nationality is one of the Partner Countries count as Partner Country students.
Students whose nationality is one of the Programme Countries count as Programme Country students.
Students with a double nationality (of a Partner and of a Programme Country) must specify the nationality under which they submit their scholarship application.
Submission deadline for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship application is 4th March 2022.
* You are advised not to wait till the last moment to submit your application in order to avoid last minute unforeseen problems with submitting your online application.
* Applications received after the above-mentioned deadlines will be taken into consideration for academic admission, but not for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.
* Ultimate submission deadline for self- paying or other fellowship applicants is 15 May 2022. With regard to long visa procedures for Czech Republic you are strongly advised to send your financial confirmation well before the ultimate deadline of 1st June 2022. After this deadline it will not be possible to receive a final admission to the programme. If you do not need a visa for Czech Republic the deadline of application is 31 July 2022 and for financial confirmation 1st September 2022.
The scholarships include the following:
the students' participation costs (including the tuition, library and laboratory costs, full insurance coverage and any other mandatory costs related to the students' participation in the Master);
an allowance of EURO 1,400 per month for subsistence, student travel and installation costs for the entire 2 years duration of the EMJMD study programme.
Important note: Only students who have not received previous Erasmus MSc or PhD mobility grants may apply for a scholarship
The Joint Scholarship Selection Committee (JSSC) of the consortium will be responsible for the selection procedure. The Selection Committee consists of one representative of each partner and is chaired by the coordinator of the programme. The JSSC evaluates the applications based on the following selection criteria (maximum score of 100 points): A rating scheme was developed by the JSSC prior to the attribution of qualification points, including (relevant) work experience, publications, social activities, obtained BSC at well-known/excellent university, etc.
The following scores will be given:
A maximum of 30 points for the overall grade of the previous degree (or the preliminary grade status at the time of application, minimum of 120 ECTS), and importance of university in the country where the degree was obtained.
A maximum of 30 points for the marks of relevant study subjects during the previous degree, other relevant academic or extra-academic qualifications, and/or relevant professional/industrial or international experience.
A maximum of 20 qualification points for your motivation. In your application you have to answer 5 motivation questions. The answers you have given to those questions will be evaluated. Criteria for the evaluation are specific reference of the study programme, a clear description of own qualifications and objectives, coherence of the intended career with the study programme, and congruence of the applicant’s motivation of study with the orientation of the study programme.
A maximum of 20 qualification points for the two letters of recommendation. Criteria for the evaluation of the applicants are scientific and personal potential of the candidates, especially with regard to the study programme, relevance of previous studies, and, if applicable, professional qualifications and performance with respect to the scope of the IMETE programme.
The added value of a fellowship for the applicant and his career will also be considered. Particularly applications from those who have already obtained an MSc degree in a releated area from a renowned university will be carefully analysed on motivation.
Based on the application material, the JSSC proposes the final list of students according to the students’ qualification rank.
Apply for admission and scholarship for the IMETE programme by completing and submitting the online application form available at this website under the heading "application". Make sure that before you start to apply online, you have collected the documents you need to upload. There is no separate application procedure for scholarship. At the question in the application form, where you have to indicate how you are going to finance your study, you have to select: Erasmus+ partner country scholarship if you belong to a partner country and Erasmus+ programme country scholarship if you belong to a programme country. More information on these categories can be found on top of this page. If you do so and you submit your application ultimately 4th March 2022, your application will automatically be considered for Erasmus Mundus scholarship award.
If you have indicated in your application form that you wish to be considered for an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, you will be informed about the outcome of your application for admission and scholarship by the end of May 2022. You can follow the status of your application with your online application. There you will find the explanation of the different statuses.
The final awarding of the scholarship will depend upon the approval of the European Commission. If you meet the academic admission requirements, but you have not been selected for a scholarship, you may still attend the programme if you are able to cover the cost of the programme by other means. Maximum 7 seats will be available.
If you have indicated in your application that you will cover the cost of the programme by other means, you will be informed about the outcome within 4 weeks after you have submitted your application.
In case you have a double nationality, please indicate in your application only one nationality for which you should be considered.
Upon approval and acceptance of the scholarship a student agreement will be signed.
If you have already been previously awarded an EMMC fellowship, you are not eligible to apply for a second time.