Are you interested in a fully funded scholarship? If yes, then apply for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master. Students from all over the world are welcome. You will study at several universities in Europe and beyond. This scholarship is available for the best students.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

About Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are master-level, integrated study courses. A multinational consortium of higher education organisations designed and delivered them.

An EMJM consists of at least three HEIs from three distinct countries, at least two of which must be EU Member States and third-party nations associated with the Programme (formerly known as Programme Countries).

Furthermore, an EMJM study programme may include additional educational and/or non-educational partners with special competence and interest in the study.

The EU funds both the operation of these programmes and the provision of competitive scholarships to the top students in the globe.



  • 6 academic years, including at least four iterations of the master’s programme.

Grant Per Project:

  • Up to €5 million.

EU scholarship for individuals: €1,400 per month (maximum 24 months).

Scholarships Available

Masters may also provide full scholarships to the top-ranked students worldwide. Scholarships pay your participation fees and help to:

  • Travel
  • Visa
  • A Living Allowance

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Application Process

The University of Gothenburg manages the application procedures and admittance requirement compliance (eligibility) exams.

The EMHRPP’s Joint Admission Committee, which consists of the conveners and administrative coordinators in Gothenburg, carries out the admission procedure using commonly defined criteria.

The ranking has been divided into three sections:

  • Academic competency (including English proficiency based on an overall assessment of requested papers);
  • Motivational letter:
  • Work experience and recommendation letters.

The aggregate of all three sections can provide a maximum of 100 points. The ranking is based on the final score assigned to each applicant.

Equal opportunity policies that promote the involvement of students from disadvantaged groups must be carefully considered.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for the programme, you must have the following:

  • A first-year degree equivalent to 180 credits or 180 ECTS from an internationally recognised university or institution.
  • A minimum of two years of practice in human rights. Regular employment, internships, and volunteer work can all be considered practitioner experience.
  • A minimum English language qualification of English B/English 6 at upper secondary level, or the equivalent level of an internationally recognised test, such as TOEFL, IELTS, or similar alternatives, as specified in the University of Gothenburg’s annual call for applications.

Selection Criteria:

You must additionally present the following papers, which are included in the ranking procedure carried out by the Joint Admission Committee of the EMHRPP:

official transcript of records in English;

Please use the allocated form below to write a motivation letter in English that is well-structured, clear, and brief.

Curriculum Vitae:

Two letters of recommendation.

Scholarship Deadline

The Erasmus Mundus scholarship competition for the academic year 2024–2026 will start on October 1, 2023. Scholarship applications must be submitted by the deadline of January 26, 2024.


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