EPOG+ - Economic POlicies for the Global transition - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree

Participation costs

  • The basic cost of the pro­gramme is esti­mat­ed about 40 000 euros/student/year. How­ev­er, these costs are high­ly sub­sidised for the select­ed stu­dents.


    The stu­dent par­tic­i­pa­tion costs par­tic­i­pa­tion (tuition fees, full insur­ance cov­er­age and any oth­er manda­to­ry costs relat­ed to stu­dent par­tic­i­pa­tion in the course) for the 2‑year EPOG+ Eras­mus Mundus Joint Mas­ter Degree are:

    • 600 euros / year (tuition fees)
    • 400 euros / year (insur­ance, except if a stu­dent can proove — with an offi­cial and explic­it let­ter of his/her insur­ance — that he/she has already an insur­ance ful­fill­ing the min­i­mum require­ments)

    This par­tic­i­pa­tion con­cerns the stu­dents with a per­son­al income below 15000 euros/year (expect­ed schol­ar­ships or oth­er per­son­al income dur­ing the EPOG+ stud­ies). Note that parent’s sup­port or the use of per­son­al sav­ings are not con­sid­ered as student’s per­son­al income. These rules are based on the social pol­i­cy the con­sor­tium wants to imple­ment: even if the EPOG pro­gramme needs funds to oper­ate, edu­ca­tion is pri­mar­i­ly con­sid­ered as a com­mon good that should not be com­modi­tised. Stu­dents with a per­son­al income high­er than 15000 euros/year dur­ing the EPOG+ stud­ies peri­od might be sub­ject to high­er par­tic­i­pa­tion costs.



    If the per­son­al income is above 15000 euros/year, a tuition fee waiv­er has also been estab­lished by the EPOG con­sor­tium to raise the min­i­mum fund­ing to oper­ate. This fee waiv­er depends on student’s per­son­al income and sit­u­a­tion. This fee waiv­er may result in high­er fees (with a max­i­mum of 9000 euros / year, includ­ing insur­ance for stu­dents with Part­ner-coun­try nation­al­i­ty and 4500 euros/year, includ­ing insur­ance for stu­dents with a Pro­gramme-coun­try nation­al­i­ty or those who are res­i­dent or have car­ried out their main activ­i­ty (stud­ies, train­ing or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years (from the appli­ca­tion dead­line) in a Pro­gramme Coun­try).


    For Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship hold­ers, all par­tic­i­pa­tion costs are cov­ered by the schol­ar­ship: they rep­re­sent 4500 euros / year for stu­dents receiv­ing an Eras­mus Mundus “Pro­gramme coun­tries” schol­ar­ship and 9000 euros / year for stu­dents receiv­ing an Eras­mus Mundus “Part­ner coun­tries” schol­ar­ship.

    This is inde­pen­dant from the “Con­tri­bu­tion to sub­sis­tence costs” (1000 euros/month) and “Con­tri­bu­tion to the trav­el and instal­la­tion costs” that the Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship hold­er will receive any­way, as described on the schol­ar­ship page.

    The specific rules for the 1-year EPOG programme are available on a specific page.
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