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Erasmus Mundus expands: 38 new Joint Master Degree programmes

The Commission has announced the selection of 38 new Erasmus Mundus joint master degree programmes. These new programmes cover a wide range of areas from chemical nano-engineering to documentary film-making and from social work with families to tropical forestry. Together they involve 186 partner universities and almost 600 associate organisations, also representing the world of work, from 84 different countries.

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Erasmus Mundus expands

These 38 programmes will soon be added to the Erasmus Mundus Catalogue. As from October or November 2017, these and other Erasmus Mundus programmes will offering EU-funded scholarships to students from all over the world to start a master programme in autumn 2018.

Selection results
https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/selection-results/key-action-1-learning-mobility-individuals-erasmus-mundus-joint-master-degrees-0_en

EMJMD Catalogue (will be updated in the summer)
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/library/scholarships-catalogue_en

Learn more about Erasmus Mundus on the Erasmus+ website
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/opportunities-for-organisations/learning-mobility/erasmus-mundus-joint-master-degrees_en

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