Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships
Important : This year for the applications for Class 19 (2023-2025) there will be no EU Erasmus+ funding.
Every year, we do our best to propose a funding to each selected student but we cannot guarantee it. If we select you without any allocation, you are invited to join us by self-financing your studies.
Between 2018 and 2024, the MESC+ programme is implemented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It welcomes 4 classes, starting in 2019. During this period, the EACEA will grant to MESC+ 74 EMJMD scholarships to be awarded to the best ranked candidates (around 18 per class).
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The amount of the EMJMD scholarships is different depending on the origin of the students, because the participation costs are lower for Programme country students.
For Class 19 (2023-25) there will be around approximately between 20-30 industrial scholarships granted.
In addition to the EMJMD scholarships, MESC+ is supported by some associated partners and research partners which grant additional scholarships for selected students.
The amount of the industrial scholarships is slightly different depending on the origin of the students, because the participation costs are slightly lower for Programme country students.
Erasmus+ Master Loan
Erasmus+ Master Degree Loans are EU-guaranteed loans with favourable pay-back terms. They’re designed to help prospective students finance their Master’s courses in an Erasmus+ Programme country while leaving as little of a lasting economic footprint as possible.
The scheme is designed to provide postgraduate students with the means to pay their tuition and living expenses – thereby allowing individuals to focus on their degree instead of managing their bank balance. The programme aims to be as inclusive as possible, working under the following guidelines:
- No need for collateral from students or parents - ensuring equality of access
- Favourable, better-than-market interest rates
- Pay-back terms that allow graduates up to two years to find work before beginning repayment.
Prospective Master students can receive a loan of up to €12,000 for a 1-year Master or up to €18,000 for a 2-year Master (or equivalent amounts in foreign currency for banks in non-Euro countries, subject to exchange rates).
Extract from EACEA Website.
Other funding opportunities