EMJMD scholarships coverage
Ditribution of the EMJMD scholarships
|Intake||Sept. 2020- July 2022||Sept. 2021- July 2023||Sept. 2022- July 2024||Sept. 2023- July 2025|
|Programme country students||2||2||2||2|
|Partner country students||13||13||13||13|
Important selection rules for EMJMD scholarships
- Students with a double nationality from either a Partner or a Programme Country must specify the nationality under which they submit their scholarship application
- Geographical balance: a maximum of 3 students with the same nationality can be selected as scholarship holders per intake
- Programme or Partner Country students can apply for no more than three EMJMDs each year. However, a student can benefit only once from an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. If you already benefited from one, you can still apply to the NANOMED EMJMD as a self-funded student.
- If the applicant is selected for more than one EMJMD, he/she must decide which one he/she wants to follow
Other funding sources (for Self-funded students)
Given the limited number of available EMJMD scholarships, we strongly encourage applicants to look for and apply to other types of funding. Governmental scholarship agencies may therefore consider to fund highly motivated and excelling applicants to the NANOMED Master programme.
We advise you to use your network of fellow students, compatriots and knowledge about funding opportunities in your country of origin when looking for alternative scholarships (ex: international bilateral agreements, CONACYT (for Mexican students) and many other specific scholarships that can suit your study or career plan). You can also contact the Erasmus Mundus Association to seek advice from former Erasmus Mundus students.
If you have been selected in the NANOMED programme, our Consortium might also assist you in the application procedure for external scholarships specifically linked to our universities such as the Eiffel scholarship (Campus France) in France (to apply to this scholarship you need to hand your application in November of the previous year), the MIEM scholarship from the University of Paris, and the MAECI (Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale) in Italy.