Erasmus Mundus MA on Women’s & Gender Studies

Deadline: 20 April 2017
Open to: applicants with Bachelor degree or equivalent
Scholarship: covers tuition fees, health insurance and include a monthly living allowance


The Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree in Women’s and Gender Studies – GEMMA –  is a two-year Postgraduate interdisciplinary programme that provides high quality education and professional competencies for personnel interested in developing expertise in or intending to work in the areas of Women’s & Gender, Sexualities, Diversity and Equal Opportunities across Europe and beyond. Students benefit from international mobility as they study at two different European universities and obtain a double degree from the Home and Mobility institutions.

You can choose two of the following academic institutions: University of Hull (UK) – University of Granada (Spain, coordinating institution) – University of Oviedo (Spain) – University of Bologna (Italy) – University of Lodz (Poland) – University of Utrecht (Netherlands) – Central European University (Budapest, Hungary).


  • You have a previous University Bachelor degree (or its equivalent: 180 ECTS, minimum 3 years of study);
  • You can study in the medium of English, Spanish or Italian languages;
  • For specific eligibility conditions for scholarships and for separate requirements for visiting scholars, see the GEMMA website.


The award of Erasmus Mundus scholarships (2017-2019) is conditional on the GEMMA Master scholarship renewal under the Erasmus+ call EAC/A03/2016. The selection results of this call will be announced mid-2017, after which students will be informed whether or not they will receive an EM scholarship. Prestigious Erasmus Mundus scholarships under the framework of Erasmus+ are offered to NON EUROPEAN (PARTNER COUNTRY) STUDENTS. The scholarships cover tuition fees and health insurance and include a monthly living allowance.

How to apply?

Please fill in the online application.

For more information please visit the official web page.

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