Who is a Self-Funded Student?

  • All students not receiving an E+ scholarship within the CDE programme are considered as self-funded. This includes everyone either funding their own studies, getting financial assistance from family or friends, beneficiaries of scholarships other than Erasmus+, taking out a student loan etc.

  • Admission to CDE EMJMD programme requires a qualification based selection process. The same procedure shall apply for Self-Funded Students and Erasmus+ Funded Students.

Fees and Costs

Funding opportunities

Information on ‘other scholarship opportunities’ contained below is to be considered purely indicative; information provided is without guarantee on write error and actuality. ‘Copernicus Master in Digital Earth’ administration and consortium cannot provide more information. It is a candidate’s responsibility to explore opportunities.

Please note: It is possible to apply at the same time for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship and as self-funded students with one application (‘combined’). Candidates are considered self-funded applicants, if they are not selected for an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.

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.

Portals and International Organisations

latest update: April 1, 2019