Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (students)

Deadline: Deadlines vary depending on the specific program and participating university, typically around October or January each year.
Open to: No specific age restriction mentioned. Open to students from any country other than EU member states.

Benefits: Full coverage for the duration of the program. Travel Costs included, installation allowance provided, monthly allowance provided.


The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) Scholarships are funded by the European Union and designed to foster international cooperation and mobility in higher education. These scholarships support highly talented students to pursue master’s programs across multiple universities in Europe. The scholarship aims to promote the EU as a center of excellence in learning around the world and to foster intercultural understanding and cooperation.

Participants have the unique opportunity to study in at least two different European countries, leading to joint, double, or multiple degrees. The program covers a broad range of disciplines and involves a consortium of European universities.


  • Open to students from countries outside the EU.
  • Must hold a bachelor’s degree (first degree) or be in the final year of their undergraduate studies and graduate before the master’s program starts.
  • Applicants must meet the academic and language requirements of the specific master’s program they are applying for.
  • Cannot have received an Erasmus Mundus scholarship previously.


  • Tuition Fees: Full coverage of tuition fees for the duration of the program.
  • Travel Costs: Funded, including installation allowance for settling in at the host institution.
  • Monthly Subsistence Allowance: Provided to cover living expenses.
  • Health Insurance: Included.

How to apply?

  • Research Programs: Visit the Erasmus Mundus Catalogue to explore the available master’s programs and identify the ones that align with your academic and career goals.
  • Check Eligibility: Ensure you meet the eligibility criteria for the specific program you are interested in.
  • Prepare Documents: Gather all necessary documents, including academic transcripts, proof of English proficiency, letters of recommendation, and other supporting materials.
  • Application Submission: Apply directly to the consortium of universities offering the program via their specific application portals.
  • Deadlines: Pay attention to the application deadlines, which vary by program

For More Information visit the official website.