Edition 185 - September 2016

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters enlarged by 27 new programmes

This year’s portfolio of Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programmes (EMJMD) is now complete with the European Commission finalizing its section, including 27 new programmes that will join the cadre of academically excellent, international degree programmes. 

These partnership programmes at master level, provide students with the unique opportunity to study across at least two institutions and countries, and award EU-funded scholarships to the brightest of applicants from across the globe. 

The new programmes reach across a wide spectrum of disciples, such as e-governance, neuroscience, cinema and data management. The 27 selected programmes will be included in the EMJMD catalogue. The about 100 EMJMDs strong batch of programmes, will welcome applications of prospective students in September/October 2017, and the opportunity to apply for a scholarship will open up in late 2016.

European Commission, Erasmus+ - press release  

 

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