The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union has granted 58 scholarships to the CDE Consortium, for four intakes. 13 scholarships will be available for the first intake, starting in October 2019, arrival mid-September 2019. Self-funded students are encouraged to apply for admission. Only applicants who will submit all required documents, as defined in the respective call for application and admission, will be eligible for consideration. The final decision lies with the Agency of Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Union based on the evaluation provided by a Selection Committee of the CDE consortium.
Erasmus+ EMJMD Scholarship eligibility rules as set by EACEA
– Student scholarships are awarded exclusively for full-time enrolment & will cover entire duration of EMJMD study programme.
– 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 EMJMD.
– EMJMD scholarship holders cannot benefit from another EU funded scholarship scheme to follow the same EMJMD course and this for the entire period of the course.
– Maximum 3 grants will be allocated to students from the same nationality.
– Minimum 75% of the grants must be allocated to Partner Country students.
– Candidates are not allowed to apply for more than 3 EMJMD scholarships for the same academic year.
– E+ EMJMD scholarships do not provide a grant to students while they are attending the study programme in their country of residence.
– 12 months rule: any candidate from a Partner Country, who has lived for more than 12 months in a Programme Country within the five years’ period prior to submission deadline (15.02.2018) can only apply for Programme Country scholarship.
– Students with more than one nationality must state with its application under which one they are willing to apply.
Erasmus+ Master Loans
Students that will be accepted for the CDE programme as self-funded students, can consider applying for an Erasmus Mundus+ Loan offered by some financial institutions. Note that the members of this consortium do not provide any advice concerning these loans and interested candidates should contact the institutions involved.
Please note: It is possible to apply at the same time for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship and as self-funded students with one application. In this case, candidates are considered self-funded applicants, if they are not selected for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.
A list of institutions that offer scholarships will be provided soon.
latest update: October 3, 2018