The Erasmus Mundus programme has completed its selection of a range of Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes, run by consortia of universities from Europe and from around the world.
The 2009 selection of Joint Programmes includes 50 Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (EMMCs) and 13 Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates. The selection process has been the first under the new phase of Erasmus Mundus programme (2009-2013), and started with a Call for Proposals launched in February 2009.
With these newly-selected Masters Courses, a total of 116 EMMCs will be offering scholarships starting in the academic year 2010-2011 to a number of students and scholars coming to Europe to study or teach within the Masters Course. There are also opportunities for European students enrolled in the Masters course to a receive scholarship to spend periods of study at universities from non-European countries which form part of the consortium.
A complete list of all Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses will soon appear on this website, with more details on the courses, and contact details. Students or scholars should consult the website of the consortium offering the Masters Course for more information on courses and application procedures.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates form a new element within Erasmus Mundus. These doctoral-level training and research programmes will also offer fellowships covering up to three years of doctoral activities.
A complete list of all 13 Joint Doctorates will soon appear on this website, with more details on the courses, and contact details. Applicant doctoral candidates should consult the website of the consortium offering the Joint Doctorate for more information on courses and application procedures.