Up to two years of funding to support enrollment in one Joint Masters Degree Program administered by the Erasmus program.
See individual programs for deadlines.
Academic DisciplineArts & Humanities
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math)
CitizenshipU.S. Citizen, Non-US Citizen, DACA Recipient
StatusSenior Year, Young Alumni
Dependent on master's program.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Scholarship aims to enhance quality in higher education through scholarships and academic cooperation between Europe and the rest of the world. The Erasmus Mundus Programme is open to higher education institutions and to any organization active in the field of higher education and research as well as to students, doctoral candidates, teachers, researchers, and university staff (academic and/or administrative) from any part of the world.
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Scholarship website has a catalog of programs to explore. This catalog provides website links to research program details. Each program has its own application process and deadlines.
Each Join Masters Degree Programme is administered by the host universities and host countries. Typical benefits include funding for tuition, fees, and a most living expense stipend.
- have a bachelor’s degree (first degree), or be in your last year of bachelor studies
- graduate before the master’s programme starts
Each Joint Masters Degree Programme is administered by the host universities and host countries, and criteria for admission vary. Selection criteria typically focus on academic preparedness for the program in question.