The Euroculture consortium has no Erasmus Mundus scholarships on offer for the 2017 intake. The consortium is committed to reapply for an extension of the Erasmus Mundus grant programme but the procedure and late outcome of selection results does not enable us to offer grants for students starting in September/October 2017
The “Erasmus Mundus Master of Excellence” label was granted to the Euroculture programme by the European Commission in 2005 and again in 2011. This sign of recognition confirms Euroculture’s outstanding quality as a top joint-master programme.
The Erasmus Mundus programme is a global scheme to enhance the quality and attractiveness of European higher education worldwide. As an Erasmus Mundus programme, Euroculture offers a framework that promotes valuable exchange and dialogue between cultures and prepares students for a global, knowledge-based society.
Find out more about Erasmus Mundus in the EM Masters Student Handbook.
2006 - 2012
In 2006, Euroculture awarded the first Erasmus Mundus bursaries to non-European and European students. In 2011, Euroculture was awarded the Erasmus Mundus Brand Name (EMBN) by the European Commission. This EMBN was given only to selected programmes that were able to maintain the high quality of their curricula.
2012 - 2017
In July 2011, the programme was again selected for funding by the European commission for a period of five years. This means that Euroculture can provide Erasmus Mundus bursaries to students up to and including the 2016-2018 programme.
You can no longer apply for the Erasmus Mundus scholarship programme for the MA Euroculture, as the deadline for 2016-2018 scholarships has passed. If you want to apply as a regular student, please go to the Application details on this website.