Cost and Funding
Programme Fees for Self-funded students
Programme Fees for Self-funded students
An average of 13 self-funded students will be registered on the programme. The self-funded posts will be equally distributed amongst partner and programme countries students.
Programme country students
These are students who hold a passport from one of the European Union or a third country associated to the Programme. They pay a tuition fee of €9,000 for the entire programme (€4,500×2).
Partner country students
These are students who do not hold a passport from one of the European Union or a third country associated to the Programme. They pay a tuition fee of €19,000 for the entire programme (€9,500×2).
NOTE: In both cases, the tuition fee covers registration costs at each of the consortium partners, university administration and diploma costs, insurance, excursions, lab costs and participation in an optional summer school.
Accommodation and travel costs including those related to attend the optional summer school and other study-related costs are NOT included in the above-mentioned tuition fee.
The tuition fee will be paid in two instalments to the consortium coordinator (UM).
Details on accommodation, visa, etc may be found at
- University of Malta: https://www.um.edu.mt/international/students/
- University of Crete: https://www.uoc.gr/intrel/en/students-en/visa-residence-formalities
- University of Lisbon: https://www.fmh.ulisboa.pt/ensino/alunos/incoming
- Stefan cel Mare University Suceava: https://relint.usv.ro/
EMJM FLOURISH scholarships are offered to students from all over the world but in order to ensure geographical balance, no more than 10% of the total number of scholarships awarded during the project implementation should be awarded to candidates from the same nationality. 75% of the general scholarships are offered to students from Partner countries while up to 25% of the general scholarships will go towards students from Programme Countries. Another 4 students from other IPA/NDICI partner countries will be offered a place on each intake as part of the additional scholarships in the targeted regions of the world. In the case of the additional scholarships for targeted regions, preference will be given for outstanding, excellent or promising students coming from these regions, with the aim that in the long term they will become leaders in this area in their own communities and be able to contribute to the sustainable development of their country.
An average of 18 Erasmus Mundus scholarships are available each year for four intakes from 2023 to 2026.
The planned allocation for 2024 of the EMJM FLOURISH scholarships shall be for students from:
- Programme countries: 3 scholarships
- Partner Countries: 11 scholarships
- Specifically targeted regions: 4 scholarships
The Erasmus Mundus scholarship has a value of EUR 1,400 per month, for a total duration of 24 months. The scholarship will be a contribution to the costs incurred by the beneficiary students and shall cover travel, visa, accommodation installation and subsistence costs. In addition, the tuition fees for scholarship holders are waived.
The scholarship is conditional to students’ compulsory physical mobility and presence at the partner universities. Late arrivals will lead to a pro-rate reduction. Beneficiary students will receive Euro 2,800 equivalent to 2 monthly instalments upon arrival in Malta. Subsequent scholarship payments will be done monthly in advance.
Students who have previously obtained an EMJM scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship under the EMJM FLOURISH.
Students with special needs are entitled may apply for additional support by submitting a request to the coordinating university providing a:
– Declaration with an estimate of the costs, and supporting documentation that their participation in the action would not be possible without the special needs items or services;
– Declaration that the special needs items/services are not already covered from another source;
– Certification by a competent national authority of the long-term impairment.
BENEFITED FROM A PREVIOUS ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP
Candidates applying for a scholarship for the Joint Master in Resilience in Educational Contexts cannot have already benefited from a previous Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters scholarship. Applicants have to confirm this in the application process and if selected enrolled students must sign a Student Agreement with the EMJM Consortium which sets out the rights and obligations of both parties. A draft template of the student agreement can be found here. The financial support shall be repaid by the scholarship holder in case of fraud or false declaration.