Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are high-level integrated study programmes at master level. The programmes are designed and delivered by an international partnership of higher education institutions from different countries worldwide.
Erasmus+ funds scholarships for students to take part in these programmes. The masters programmes themselves offer these scholarships to the best-ranked student applicants worldwide, in annual application rounds.
EU scholarships cover the cost of a student’s participation in the programme, travel, and a living allowance.
Activities and outcomes
- Erasmus Mundus joint masters programmes provide 60, 90 or 120 ECTS credits. This means that they last from a minimum of 12 months to a maximum of 24 months. The majority are 24-month programmes.
- Your study must comprise at least 2 study periods in 2 countries (different from your country of residence). Programmes offer different study tracks that meet this condition.
- The successful completion of the study programme will lead to the award of either a joint degree (i.e. one single degree certificate issued on behalf of at least two higher education institutions of the EMJMD consortium) or multiple degrees (i.e. at least two degree certificates issued by two higher education institutions of the consortium).
Europubhealth+, European Master in Public Health
Europubhealth+ is a two year Master’s course equivalent to 120 ECTS Credits. The first academic year covers core competences in public health and is delivered either in Sheffield or Dublin (in English), in Granada (in Spanish) or in Liège (in French). For the second academic year, students choose a specialisation course either in Poland, France, The Netherlands or Spain (except for students who spent their first year in Spain already). A 3-week integration module brings all Europubhealth+ students together in Rennes (France) at the end of each academic year.
The Europubhealth+ Master course is for you:
- a 2-year multidisciplinary Master course in public health
- delivered by a consortium of 8 European universities leading to an internationally recognized double Master’s degree
- an intercultural environment of study, in up to 3 languages: English, Spanish or French.
- For all candidates applying for an Erasmus Mundus excellence scholarship: 12. January 2022 (23:00 pm CET)
- For Non-European self-funded candidates applying for the University of Liege for the 1st academic year: 2. March 2022 (23:00 pm CET)
- For all candidates applying as self-funded students: 10. May 2022 (23:00 pm CET)
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