Erasmus Mundus is a comprehensive cooperation and mobility programme of the European Union. Its goal is to promote the attractiveness of European higher education throughout the world, and to establish Europe as a setting 'par excellence' for higher education.
Erasmus Mundus makes an essential contribution towards realising the Lisbon strategy's goal of making Europe the world's most dynamic knowledge base by 2010, and furthermore works towards bringing the European educational area together as designated by the Bologna accords.
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103 international masters programmes
Intercultural competence, foreign language skills, and the ability to think in networks and across disciplines are indispensable in today's everyday and professional life. The Erasmus Mundus masters courses were created for both European and non-European students, to promote these skills in addition to academic excellence.
Students who are not citizens of the 27 EU member countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia or the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, may apply for a an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, which covers all costs incurred through their stay abroad.
For stays in a third country in the context of an Erasmus Mundus masters programme, Erasmus Mundus offers three-month scholarships to citizens of the 27 EU membercountries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia, or the formerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia.