How to apply?

Applicants will register through an online application platform. They will have to fill out an online form with their personal data and upload the following documents:
  • CV (please indicate on your CV the courses and scores related to DREAM fields. We also recommend that you provide an explanation where studies lasted longer than normally required by the diploma).
  • scan of the passport first pages or identity card (including name, date of birth etc.)
  • certified academic degrees with transcripts and diploma supplement (if available) of all university studies, with official translation in English,
  • motivation letter (download mandatory template in Word | in PDF)
  • evidence of English proficiency with a recognised International English test Certificate (more information in the FAQ)
  • names and contacts of 2 referees who are able to comment on your qualifications for graduate studies (professors, department heads, tutors, dean of studies etc.) . They will be contacted by our team to provide a reference letter (more information in the FAQ)
  • mobility preferences (as mentioned in the mobility scheme, applicants are allowed to choose any of the available mobility tracks for their second and third semesters).
  • Proof of residence: either of the following documents can be accepted:
    • a residence certificate issued by the applicant's city hall / local authority (attach certified English translation)
    • a certificate from the candidate's place of work, study or training issued by the employer or institution in question (attach certified English translation)
    • NB: Proof of residence must have been issued within 12 months before the submission deadline of applying for an EMJMD student scholarship.

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Application platform:
See the important deadlines here.

EACA privacy statement

If candidates/applicants are selected (proposed for a scholarship/fellowship, put on the reserve list or enrolled on a self-paying basis) their data may be used for the purposes of evaluating the programmes, efficiently managing the projects, and producing statistics. Data could be made available to the EACEA, the European Commission, the European External Action Service staff, as well as to other stakeholders of the Erasmus+ programme, such as Erasmus+ National Agencies, National Erasmus+ Offices and the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association.
Published on December 9, 2021 Updated on July 6, 2022