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Joint Master Degree programmes

COLLABORATION OPPORTUNITY FUNDED BY ERASMUS+

An Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) is an Erasmus+ programme of study developed and run by higher education institutions from at least three European countries. Also higher education institutions from countries outside Europe are encouraged to participate.

The purpose of the programme is to launch the EU as a “Centre d´Excellence” for EMJMD programmes, to attract the best students and increase the students’ employability.

Apply for funding through EMJMD for:

  • preparatory visits between partner countries
  • developing EMJMD programmes
  • scholarships for students and teaching staff admitted to a programme

The Master’s programmes (1–2 years) shall include mandatory mobility in at least two countries within the consortium. Studies shall result in a Joint or a Double/Multiple Degree. 

An approved programme will receive EUR 40 000 and lasts 3-5 years.

Last day to apply is mid February 2018.

The 2017 call is expected in November and encourages projects with a particular focus on supporting social integration (especially for refugees and immigrants), as well as the prevention of radicalization.

Read more about Joint Master Degrees EU's website

Detailed programme guide for Erasmus+ is also available at the EU Commission website

Read more about the procedure for processing applications and agreements on collaborative education projects at Lund University

How to set up a EMJMD programme

Lund University, together with the university in Bergen, have created a guide on how to set up a EMJMD programme:

The guide (PDF 443 kB, new window)

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Contact

Patricia Tennberg
International Officer
+46 46 222 38 60
patricia.tennberg [at] er.lu.se

 

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