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Who can participate ?

The Erasmus Mundus Programme 2009-2013 is open to higher education institutions and to any organisation active in the field of higher education and research as well as to students, doctoral candidates, teachers, researchers and university staff (academic and/or administrative) from any part of the world. The funding opportunities are the following:

(A) Higher education institutions organised into consortia/partnerships

• Higher education institutions can participate in:
- Consortia to develop and implement joint masters/doctoral programmes (Action 1);
- Partnerships (Action 2);
- Consortia to develop and implement promotion projects (Action 3).

(B) Other bodies:

1) Other bodies active in the field of higher education and research

• Other public or private bodies active in the field of education and research can participate in:
- Consortia to develop and implement joint masters/doctoral programmes (Action 1).
- Consortia to develop and implement promotion projects (Action 3).

• Enterprises and other employers can participate in:
 - Consortia to develop and implement joint doctoral programmes (Action 1).

• Erasmus Mundus National Structures can participate in:
- Consortia to develop and implement promotion projects (Action 3).

2) Other bodies which could be particularly relevant for the objectives and activities of the programme

• Associates partners from the eligible countries can be involved in the Partnerships (Action 2). They play an active role in the action but they are not beneficiaries and may not receive funding from the grant.

(C) Students and academics

• Students in higher education can receive scholarships for:
- Undergraduate studies (Action 2);
- Masters studies (Actions 1 and 2);

• Doctoral candidates can receive fellowships for:
- Doctoral studies (Actions 1 and 2);
- Post-doctoral studies (Action 2);

• Teachers and researchers can receive fellowships for:
- Teaching and research periods (Actions 1 and 2);

• Other academic staff can receive scholarships / fellowships under Actions 1 and 2

Please note that a full account of eligible beneficiaries and participants per Action is included in the Programme Guide.

Last update: 12/12/2013  Print | Top of page