What is it?
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) are delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions and, where relevant, other partners with specific expertise and interest in the areas covered by the programme.
What is the duration?
An EMJMD is a high-level integrated international study programme of 60, 90 or 120 ECTS credits, i.e. from a minimum of 12 months, to a maximum of 24 months.
Who can apply?
Students at Master's level can apply. Academics may also apply to take part as guest lecturers or academics. Applications are open to individuals from Programme and partner countries(4.96 Mb)
Where do Joint Master Degrees take place?
Study must take place in at least two of the Programme countries represented in the consortium. Part of the studies can also take place in a Partner country if there is a partner-country institution involved.
How many participants take part?
Between 13 and 20 student scholarship holders and 4 invited scholars/guest lecturers per intake can, indicatively, take part. In addition to the student scholarship holders, self-funded students can also be enrolled.
Where to apply?
Students or scholars should contact the consortium offering the Master Course for more information on courses and application procedures.
Many opportunities are offered to doctoral candidates and researchers through the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions.
In addition, a limited number of fellowships will be offered to doctoral candidates to participate in Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctoral Degrees. Conditions to participate are the same as for EMJMD.
Doctoral candidates or scholars should contact the consortium offering the Joint Doctoral Courses for more information on courses and application procedures.