Study in: European Countries
Course starts: Aug-Sept 2017
The Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, funded by the European Union, are exclusively awarded to students coming from both EU and non-EU countries that have been selected to attend one of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes at Masters Level.
European University Scholarship Program
European Universities/Institutions participating under approved Erasmus Mundus Action Joint Programmes.
Field(s) of Study:
About 117 Masters Courses are supported by scholarships. The field(s) of study covered are: Agriculture and Veterinary, Engineering, Manufacture and Construction, Health and Welfare, Humanities and Arts, Science, Mathematics and Computing, and Social Sciences, Business and Law.
Number of Awards:
Category A Scholarships: Nationals from another country than the European Union Member States and Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein all together.
Category B Scholarships: Nationals from the European Union Member States, or from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.
The programme offers full-time scholarships and/or fellowships that cover monthly allowance, participation costs, travelling and insurance costs of the students. Scholarship amounts can vary according to the level of studies, the duration of studies, and the scholar's nationality (scholarships for non-EU students are higher than for EU students).
Please note that each Erasmus Mundus Joint Programme defines its own selection criteria and admission procedures.
The next application round for courses starting in the academic year 2017/2018 will start to open in the last quarter of 2017.
Deadline varies depending on the programme but falls around December to January.
Deadline: 29 Jan 2017 (annual)
Study in: Ireland
Course starts: October 2017
Government of Ireland International Scholarships are intended to support suitably qualified Master's candidates pursuing or intending to pursue full-time study in any discipline, based in an Irish HEI.
Accredited Ireland Higher Education Institutions
Field(s) of Study:
Any discipline, based in an Irish HEI.
Number of Awards:
Open to international students from any country
The total value of the scholarship will be up to a maximum of 24,000 in any approved year and will consist of a maintenance award of 17,000 per annum, a contribution to fees, including non-EU scholarship fees, paid to the HEI up to a maximum of 5,750, and eligible direct research support expenses to enable the Scholar to carry out the research project.
Scholars must be full-time students affiliated with an eligible HEI in Ireland. Scholars must have a first class or upper second-class honors primary degree, or the equivalent. If examination results are not known at the time of application, the Council may make a provisional offer of a Scholarship on condition that the Scholar's undergraduate degree result is a first class- or upper second-class honors, or the equivalent. Masters degree results may be considered to take precedence over the results of the primary degree.
At the time of application, scholars must be a new entrant to the degree for which they are to receive Council funding and have been formally accepted by the relevant department/school by, at the latest, 1st October 2017.
Applications will only be accepted through the electronic submission system. In advance of the e-system, and as an aid to preparing an application, an indicative word document version of the application form is provided below.
Irish versions of the Guide for Applicants, Academic Supervisor, Referee and (where relevant) Enterprise Mentor forms will be available in due course. All electronic applications must be submitted via the e-system by 29 January 2017.