Erasmus Mundus is a programme funded by the European Commission. Its aims are to:
Encourage mobility (long-term and short-term) of students and staff;
To attract the best talents to Europe;
To promote European higher education worldwide.
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The Master in Applied Ecohydrology provide scholarships funded by the Erasmus Mundus Programme to students from all countries of the world. In case a candidate is selected to enrol at the MAEH, he/she will have all expenses fully supported by the programme (travels, insurance, univerisity fees and monthly allowance), since leaving home until returning, after 2 years and having courses in 4 different European Universities.