Fully-Funded Erasmus Mundus Master in Impact Entrepreneurship 2023-24

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Fully-Funded Erasmus Mundus Master in Impact Entrepreneurship 2023-24

Fully-Funded Erasmus Mundus Master in Impact Entrepreneurship 2023-24

In November 2022, applications for the 2023 cohort will go on sale. For more details at that time, kindly check back. The deadline for applicants who want to be evaluated for financial help, including full or partial scholarships, is February 1, 2023. The cutoff date for candidates who are self-funding is May 31, 2023. Scholarship-related decisions are final. The European Commission, which aims to provide financial aid to the very best students, funds the EMMIE initiative. Please review the information below for additional details on the Erasmus Mundus Master in Impact Entrepreneurship 2023–2024, which is fully funded.

Erasmus Mundus Grants

This scholarship includes two different contributions, as detailed below:

Exemption to participation costs

The following participation expenses are among those from which successful applicants will not be required to pay:

  • Master’s registration fee: 13 500 euros.
  • Charge for management (including laboratory expenses, supervision and running costs, etc.)
  • Insurance for accidents and health
  • Access to the facilities of the institutions (libraries, Wi-Fi, etc.)
  • Assistance with administrative issues, housing, bank accounts, etc. from the international office of each university.
Contribution to travel, subsistence and installation costs
  • A monthly payment of €1,400 for housing, food, and travel for the duration of the study program (18 months maximum).
  • Scholarship recipients may not receive assistance with living expenses for EMJMD periods (study, research, placement, or thesis preparation) spent in their home country.
  • Please be aware that while you are eligible to apply to the EMMIE Master Program, you are not eligible to apply for the Erasmus + scholarship if you have previously received an EMJMD scholarship or an Erasmus Mundus Master course scholarship.
Application Requirements
  • A sworn translation into English of your passport AND of your birth certificate (if available).
  • A photo (ID format)
  • A current resume in English
  • A personal motivation letter in English stating why you are interested in the EMMIE program and ideas for the start-up company which will be developed during the program (maximum 2 pages)
  • A copy of your High School Diploma with a sworn translation into English
  • A copy of all higher education diplomas (Bachelor’s degree AND Masters degree if applicable) AND a transcript of records. All documents require a certified English translation
  • An English Language Proficiency test/document for individuals for whom English is not their first language. TOEFL and IELTS tests are accepted, Duolingo tests will not be accepted.
  • The English proficiency minimum across all competencies is a minimum of B2, however C1 is highly recommended.
  • If you completed your higher education entirely in English, you are exempt from taking the language test.
  • A PDF document with all of your official paperwork outlining your achievements over the previous five years (certificates, awards, internships, employment, etc)
  • Two English-language letters of recommendation (either academic or professional)
  • Optional: Please provide a brief (one page) description addressing the following points if you already have a well-developed entrepreneurial project that you intend to implement during your master’s program:
  • (1) the problem you intend to address;
  • (2) the solution you wish to implement;
  • (3) the current stage of development of your project.
  • A certified document proving your address that was issued within a year of the filing date.
  • If a place of residence is mentioned and a date is included, the PRADO website (https://www.consilium.europa.eu/prado/fr/search-by-document-country.html) can be used to verify the address.
  • In the event that this is not the case, a candidate may submit any alternative document deemed necessary.
  • For instance, a residence certificate issued in line with the municipality’s regular registration requirements; a certificate from the candidate’s place of employment, study, or training issued by the relevant employer or training facility.
  • In the absence of these documents, substitutes like rental agreements, phone bills, and utility bills may be required.



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