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 and to promote European higher education worldwide.

The Master in Applied Ecohydrology provides 22 scholarships funded by Erasmus Mundus to students from all nationalities. The Erasmus Mundus scholarship is a full scholarship that includes the programme tuition fees, a monthly allowance and travel costs up to a total of 49,000 euro for the full 2-year programme. The tuition fee is automatically deduced from the scholarship.

 The student receives EUR 1,000/month allowance as support for housing and general subsistence. European students do not receive this monthly allowance when staying in their home country.

 A further travel allowance of up to EUR 3,000 (European students: EUR 1000) and an instalment fee of EUR 1,000 payment (only for non-European students) is also provided.

 If you had previously received and Erasmus Mundus scholarship you are not eligible for a new scholarship.