Applicants can apply for an Erasmus scholarship by indicating their interest in the application form (please be aware that the deadline for scholarship applications is January 15). An Erasmus scholarship is valued at EUR 1400 per month and covers a total duration of 24 months. This scholarship will contribute to the costs incurred by the students, including travel, visa, accommodation installation, and subsistence costs. Additionally, tuition fees for scholarship recipients are waived.
EU-funded scholarships will be available annually for on average 15 students. These scholarships cover tuition fees and also provide funds for travel and living expenses. Admission to the degree programme and scholarship awards will be determined by the Joint Admissions Board, which includes a representative from each university, with the Joint Programme Coordinator serving as the chairperson.
It is important to note that, in accordance with the Erasmus Mundus joint Master programme requirements, there is a residential eligibility criterion for scholarship applications. This criterion states that the study period must include at least two study periods in two different countries, which must be different from your country of residence when you apply. This criterion specifically applies to potential applicants who are currently residing in the Netherlands, Greece, Spain, or Iceland.

For more information on the Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, please visit the official website of the Erasmus Mundus EU programme.