Through this component an individual can conduct full time Master studies, in two or more European Universities through the support of an Erasmus+ scholarship. One important condition for application in this component is the proficiency in English language and its recognition in an internationally recognized format such as TOEFL or IELTS. Upon the completion studies, the student will be awarded a joint diploma signed by all European universities in the consortium. Applications to the master programmes usually remain opened from October through December, and occasionally up to the month of January.
Erasmus + scholarships cover all expenses, comprising transportation cost, cost of staying, tuition fees, life insurance, visas cost, etc.
For the full list of Erasmus Mundus Action 1 Joint Masters, check the following link.
Applications for Joint Doctorate programmes will be available until 2017. From that time one, applications for post-doctoral studies or for scientific research grants will be possible only through the Maria Sklodowska Curie component, of the ‘Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation’ programme.
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