The “Erasmus Mundus Master of Excellence” label has been granted to the Euroculture programme by the European Commission three consecutive times: in 2005, 2011 and 2017. 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.
2017 - 2022
For the third time, Euroculture Master of Arts was granted the Erasmus Mundus status by the European Commission. Erasmus Mundus grants will be available for students starting in 2018, the deadline for applications is 1 December 2017. Find out how to apply for the Master.
Please note: for given academic year student candidates can apply for maximum three different joint programmes supported by the Erasmus+ (see the EMJMD catalogue). Students who have already obtained an EMJMD scholarship or are former Erasmus Mundus Master/Doctoral scholarship holders are not eligible for an additional scholarship under the EMJMD action.
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.
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.