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    The Eras­mus Mundus pro­gramme pro­vides attrac­tive schol­ar­ships to the best stu­dent can­di­dates apply­ing under annu­al selec­tion rounds, with a min­i­mum of 75% of the schol­ar­ships award­ed to can­di­dates from Part­ner coun­tries.

    Two types of Erasmus Mundus scholarships

    There are indeed two types of schol­ar­ships depend­ing on stu­dents’ nation­al­i­ty or res­i­dence:

    ThePro­gramme coun­tries schol­ar­shipsFor stu­dents with nation­al­i­ty from:
    Mem­ber States of the Euro­pean Union (EU): Aus­tria, Bel­gium, Bul­gar­ia, Croa­t­ia, Cyprus, Czech Repub­lic, Den­mark, Esto­nia, Fin­land, France, Ger­many, Greece, Hun­gary, Ire­land, Italy, Latvia, Lithua­nia, Lux­em­bourg, Mal­ta, Nether­lands, Poland, Por­tu­gal, Roma­nia, Slo­va­kia, Slove­nia, Spain, Swe­den;
    Non EU Pro­gramme-coun­tries: Ice­land, Liecht­en­stein, Nor­way, Repub­lic of North Mace­do­nia, Ser­bia, Turkey, Unit­ed King­dom.
    ThePart­ner coun­tries” schol­ar­shipsFor stu­dents from all the oth­er nation­al­i­ties, except for stu­dents with a Part­ner-coun­try nation­al­i­ty who are res­i­dents or have car­ried out their main activ­i­ty (stud­ies, train­ing or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in a Pro­gramme-coun­try (see the “12-month rule” explained below).

    The EPOG+ pro­gramme ben­e­fits from addi­tion­al Part­ner-coun­tries shol­ar­ships ded­i­cat­ed to stu­dents com­ing from eli­gi­ble coun­tries in spe­cif­ic “geo­graph­i­cal win­dows”(see table below).

    IPA (Instru­ment for Pre-acces­sion Assis­tance)West­ern Balka­ns (Region 1)Alba­nia, Bosnia and Herze­gov­ina, Koso­vo, Mon­tene­gro
    ENI (Euro­pean Neigh­bour­hood Instru­ment)East (Region 2)Arme­nia, Azer­bai­jan, Belarus, Geor­gia, Moldo­va, Ter­ri­to­ry of Ukraine as recog­nised by inter­na­tion­al law
    South (Region 3)Alge­ria, Egypt, Israel, Jor­dan, Lebanon, Libya, Moroc­co, Pales­tine, Syr­ia, Tunisia
    DCI (Devel­op­ment Coop­er­a­tion Instru­ments)Asia (Region 6)Least Devel­oped Coun­tries (LDC)Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cam­bo­dia, Laos, Myan­mar, Nepal
    Remain­ing coun­triesDPR Korea, Indone­sia, Malaysia, Mal­dives, Mon­go­lia, Pak­istan, Philip­pines, Sri Lan­ka, Thai­land, Viet­nam
    Cen­tral Asia (Region 7)Low or Low­er Mid­dle Income Coun­tries (L‑LMI)Kyr­gyzs­tan, Tajik­istan, Uzbek­istan
    Remain­ing coun­triesKaza­khstan, Turk­menistan
    Latin Amer­i­ca (Region 8)Low­er Mid­dle Income Coun­tries (LMI)Bolivia, El Sal­vador, Guatemala, Hon­duras, Nicaragua and Paraguay
    Brazil and Mex­i­coBrazil and Mex­i­co
    Remain­ing coun­triesArgenti­na, Colom­bia, Cos­ta Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Pana­ma, Peru, Venezuela
    Euro­pean Devel­op­ment Fund (EDF)African, Caribbean and Pacif­ic region (ACP) (Region 11)Ango­la, Antigua and Bar­bu­da, Bahamas, Bar­ba­dos, Belize, Benin, Botswana, Burk­i­na Faso, Burun­di, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Cen­tral African Repub­lic, Chad, Comoros, Con­go, Con­go – Demo­c­ra­t­ic Repub­lic of the, Cook Islands, Dji­bouti, Domini­ca, Domini­can Repub­lic, Equa­to­r­i­al Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gam­bia, Ghana, Grena­da, Guinea, Guinea-Bis­sau, Guyana, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiri­bati, Lesotho, Liberia, Mada­gas­car, Malawi, Mali, Mar­shall Islands, Mau­ri­ta­nia, Mau­ri­tius, Microne­sia- Fed­er­at­ed States of, Mozam­bique, Namib­ia, Nau­ru, Niger, Nige­ria, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Rwan­da, Saint Kitts And Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vin­cent And The Grenadines, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Sene­gal, Sey­chelles, Sier­ra Leone, Solomon Islands, Soma­lia, South Sudan, Sudan, Suri­name, Swazi­land, Tim­or Leste — Demo­c­ra­t­ic Repub­lic of, Tan­za­nia, Togo, Ton­ga, Trinidad and Toba­go, Tuvalu, Ugan­da, Van­u­atu, Zam­bia, Zim­bab­we

    Stu­dents with a dou­ble nation­al­i­ty (of a Part­ner and of a Pro­gramme-coun­try) and ful­fill­ing the eli­gi­bil­i­ty cri­te­ria of both cat­e­gories must choose and spec­i­fy the nationality/category under which they sub­mit their schol­ar­ship appli­ca­tion. Accord­ing to the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion rules, stu­dents shall not apply to more than three Eras­mus Mundus Joint Mas­ter Degree at the same call. Stu­dents ben­e­fit­ing from an Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship can­not ben­e­fit from anoth­er EU grant while pur­su­ing their Eras­mus Mundus Mas­ter’s stud­ies.

    Stu­dents with a Part­ner-coun­try nation­al­i­ty who are res­i­dents or have car­ried out their main activ­i­ty (stud­ies, train­ing or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in a Pro­gramme Coun­try will be con­sid­ered under this cat­e­go­ry (as a Pro­gramme-coun­try stu­dent). The five-year ref­er­ence peri­od for this “12-month rule” is cal­cu­lat­ed back­wards as from the sub­mis­sion dead­line of apply­ing for the Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship.

    With­out prej­u­dice to high aca­d­e­m­ic stan­dards, in order to ensure geo­graph­i­cal diver­si­ty among stu­dents, no more than three of the stu­dents select­ed for a schol­ar­ship should have the same nation­al­i­ty.


    Eligibility

    All appli­cants, wher­ev­er they come from, are eli­gi­ble for Eras­mus Mundus Joint Mas­ter Degree (EMJMD) schol­ar­ships pro­vid­ed they ful­fill the min­i­mum aca­d­e­m­ic require­ments, as stat­ed on the admis­sion page and with the fol­low­ing excep­tions and con­di­tions:

    • Stu­dents who have pre­vi­ous­ly obtained an EMJMD schol­ar­ship or an Eras­mus Mundus Mas­ter Course or Eras­mus Mundus Joint Doc­tor­ate schol­ar­ship are not eli­gi­ble;
    • EMJMD schol­ar­ship hold­ers can­not ben­e­fit from anoth­er EU fund­ed schol­ar­ship scheme to fol­low the same EMJMD course and this for the entire peri­od of the course.

    Amount of the Erasmus Mundus scholarship

    The Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship includes stu­dent par­tic­i­pa­tion costs (tuition fees, full insur­ance cov­er­age and any oth­er manda­to­ry costs relat­ed to stu­dent par­tic­i­pa­tion in the course), a con­tri­bu­tion to stu­dent trav­el and instal­la­tion cost and a sub­sis­tence allowance for the entire dura­tion of the EMJMD study pro­gramme (23 or 24 months for the EPOG+ pro­gramme).

    Con­tri­bu­tion to sub­sis­tence costs1 000 euros per month for the entire dura­tion of the EMJMD study pro­gramme (23 or 24 months max­i­mum).

    Impor­tant: con­tri­bu­tion to sub­sis­tence costs will not be giv­en to the schol­ar­ship hold­ers for the EMJMD peri­ods (study/research/placement/thesis prepa­ra­tion) spent in their coun­try of res­i­dence, nor to schol­ar­ship hold­ers from a Part­ner Coun­try for the EMJMD peri­ods exceed­ing one trimester (i.e. 3 months or the equiv­a­lent of 15 ECTS cred­its) spent in any Part­ner Coun­try.

    In par­tic­u­lar, Eras­mus Mundus schol­ar­ship hold­ers from Part­ner coun­tries enrolled in Minors C1 and C2 will keep their schol­ar­ship dur­ing Semes­ter 2 (less than 4 months in Johan­nes­burg) but they won’t be able to keep their schol­ar­ship if they want to go in a Part­ner coun­try for Semes­ter 4.
    Con­tri­bu­tion to the trav­el and instal­la­tion costsFor schol­ar­ship hold­er res­i­dent in a Pro­gramme coun­try 1000 euros per year (for trav­el costs)
    For a schol­ar­ship hold­er res­i­dent in a Part­ner coun­try less than 4000 KM from Paris2000 euros per year (for trav­el costs) + 1000 euros (for instal­la­tion costs)
    For a schol­ar­ship hold­er res­i­dent in a Part­ner coun­try 4000 KM or more from Paris3000 euros per year (for trav­el costs) + 1000 euros (for instal­la­tion costs)
    Con­tri­bu­tion to the par­tic­i­pa­tion cost- 9 000 euros per year per Part­ner Coun­try schol­ar­ship hold­er
    - 4 500 euros per year per Pro­gramme Coun­try schol­ar­ship hold­er
    That means in par­tic­u­lar that all tuition and fees are cov­ered by the schol­ar­ship in the EPOG+ pro­gramme for schol­ar­ship hold­ers.

    NOTE:

    The first mon­ey trans­fer will occur only after arrival at the part­ner insti­tu­tion host­ing the stu­dent for Semes­ter 1.

    Please read the Eras­mus Mundus FAQ of the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion for addi­tion­al clar­i­fi­ca­tions about the Eras­mus Mundus con­di­tions

    Other scholarships

    Note that other scholarships than Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available for students willing to be enrolled in a Master’s programme like EPOG.

    A list is provided by Campus France. You can apply to the relevant scholarships in parallel to the application for the EPOG scholarships. In the application form, you can ask a conditional admission depending on whether you get (or not) a scholarship through other funding institutions.

    Among the possible scholarship for the second year in Paris, we wan mention that the Non-French students selected in the two-year programme will have the possibility to apply to the Eiffel scholarship for the second year in Paris. We can also mention the classical "Erasmus scholarships"(not Mundus).

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