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Erasmus Mundus scholarships

Erasmus+ aims to enhance quality in higher education through scholarships and academic cooperation between Europe and the rest of the world by offering scholarships to students enroling to high-quality study programmes.

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Applicants for TRIBOS master study programme can therefore apply for Erasmus+ Scholarship, provided by European Commission through the EACEA agency under Action 1 activity.
 

Erasmus+ distinguish two types of scholarship:

Programme country scholarships are offered to:

  • Students whose nationality is one of the Erasmus+ Programme Countries.
  • Students from countries that are not part of the European Union or the EFTA/EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)).
  • Students that have not resided and have carried out their main activity in a EU or EFTA/EEA countries, for more than 12 months over the last five years.
  • Students that had never received an Erasmus+ scholarship for Master study programme.

    All three criteria must apply for Partner country scholarship eligibility.

Partner country scholarships are offered to:

  • all other students, not eligible for Programme country scholarship.

 

More information about Programme and Partner Countries is available here.

 

Selection of applicants for scholarships

Number of Partner country and Programme country scholarships is limited and decided for every edition of students on a yearly basis by the EACEA agency. Selection is valid for the whole duration of study programme, i.e. two years in the case of TRIBOS.

Due to limited number of scholarships, these will be offered to the best ranking students according to Admission and Selection criteria, described in the appropriate sections of TRIBOS web site, as well as based on the EACEA scholarship rules. The final decision is made in accordance with the EACEA procedures and agreement.

For the 2019/20 edition of TRIBOS students, about 15 Erasmus Mundus scholarships are envisaged. This number should be considered just as an indication of possible number of scholarships.

 

Description of Eramsus+ scholarship and distribution of funds

Details on EACEA scholarships and programmes can be viewed at the EACEA web site under Action 1 activities (Link). Table below summarizes the major characteristics.

Tabela - Scholarship 2016-18

 

*Contribution to subsistence costs must not be given to scholarship holders for the EMMC periods (study /research /placement /thesis preparation) spent in their country of residence.

 

Contribution to travel and installation will be given to Partner country students in four (4) payments, i.e. prior each semester. Any other solution will be discussed individually. Contribution to Programme country students will be given in two (2) payments on the basis and under condition of third country mobility. Details will be defined in the Students agreement.

The allowance will be given to eligible students on a monthly basis.

For other details on the Erasmus+ scholarship address to EACEA web site Action 1 activity or contact us directly at Contacts section.