Erasmus study programmes

  • The Erasmus Programme+ 2014-2020

A new experimental system provides favourable terms for loans for Masters students studying in another country. More open to third party countries, it offers 2 million students the opportunity to study abroad. Students may receive a bursary for a period of study in another European institution from the second year of studies, for a period of 3 to 12 months.

The Erasmus Mundus joint programmes are organized by at least three higher education institutions in different countries. The courses are structured around studies in at least two institutions and lead to a double, multiple or joint diploma. Within this framework, bursaries are offered to the top university students.

  • The Erasmus Mundus joint PhD programmes
This programme, funded by the European Union, aims to enhance European cooperation and international links in higher education by supporting high quality European PhD programmes and enabling students from around the world to carry out their studies in at least three European higher education institutions.